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I'm fairly certain that the simple answer is no. An auction is set up to allow the bank to get reimbursed for the outstanding loan amount and any expenses they incurred foreclosing on the property including all legal fees. If by some miracle they get enough to do that and there's still some money left over (highly unlikely) that money is supposed to be given back to the owner. You may want to go to the HUD, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac foreclosure sites where you can bid on homes that were backed by those entities. Good luck.
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