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how to find out if a home has been sold at action

  • March 25 2013 - Princess Anne
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It depends on how soon the sale has been and house proactive the people at the court house are at recording it.  I would try to call down there and check the status of the sale as it may have sold and not been recorded yet. 
  • March 25 2013
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A quick title search at the county courthouse will give you the full picture. Dixie is correct, many records of this type are available online. Best wishes in your search. 
Jim
  • March 25 2013
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I doubt many properties, that actually go to auction, don't sell. The bank must buy it for some amount or lose any chance of getting anything back for it at all. Until they buy it back, at auction, the bank can not sell it because they don't own it. After the auction they will own it and then can sell it, so if it goes to auction it is going to sell. Many never make it to auction or the auction is delayed and postponed.
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You can search the courthouse records (most have online portals).  I know Nassau County, Florida's website has the ability to search property records.  Hope that helps.
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