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How do I find out who the lender is for a foreclosure?

  • September 15 2013 - Tyler
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You can find out who the lender is but they will not negotiate a sale with you directly.  All states have a foreclosure process and the owner is entitled to legal due process.  There are only a few states which are Trust States where the process is a little more expedited.
  • September 16 2013
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Haig,

For your information since you are in another state, Texas does not have a redemption period.

Naima
  • September 15 2013
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Hello,

You can gain access to the public records and look that information up or email or call a local Realtor in the area of the foreclosure, and give them the address and ask them to see who the lender is on the property.

I don't know what you would need that information for, but contacting them is not going to get your foot in the door to have the lender sell you the home.

All lenders will go through a process to get a home to market. Plus the previous owner has a 6 Month redemption period after the Sheriff sale.

Good luck,

HAIG
  • September 15 2013
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