I found a bank owned property, and would like to know who is the lender. Can anyone advise me how ?

  • October 19 2009 - Honolulu
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You can look in the tax records to see who owns it, but probably the easiest way is to call the listing agent and ask.

  • April 26 2010
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It works differently in different states... You can go to the Registry of Deeds. The deed may list the lender, but at least you can get the name of the Trustee. Or, try realtytrac.com (free trial, then paid subscription required) - they have done this for you, they list the Trustee. You can then call the Trustee and find out who the lender is.
Good luck
  • October 20 2009
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