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Rental Basics in 95765 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Ken Patterson answered:
Owner should still be recieving rents. If you have an agreement, you need to pay your rent. IF - property is actually actioned, which is not a given even if notice has been posted, you will very likely recieve direct communication from the new owner or asset management company. They will likely need a copy of your lease terms. Additionally, they may offer you compensation to help you relocate provided you have been meeting your lease obligations.

I've listed bank owned property in the past. You will be contacted once the property has actually foreclosed by a rep from the parties responsible for the asset.

Hope that helps!
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