You don't mention if the Home is actually for sale. If it is there aught to be a sign out front. Otherwise, you have to check county records for the owner's name. Then, with luck, you'll find their phone number listed at a site like www.anywho.com. Your only other options are to knock on the door or mail a letter.
Based on it's location within a subdivision, and no mention of a pumphouse or septic tank in the county assessor records, it's probably safe to assume it's on the public utilities.To be completely certain, you could call the City of Edmond Utilities Department and ask for the last year's average billing.
Not sure what house you're referring to....Zillow isn't showing the connection between your question and the address.Have you checked the county records to ensure they got it right?
Which house? Zillow isn't showing the connection to the property you're asking about.You might try Google Streetview or MS Virtual Earth for a picture.
Hi Mercedies. You probably haven't been answered yet because the only real way to know a "pre" foreclosure status is to talk directly to the owners, or work at the company holding the mortgage. If you see a "pre-foreclosure" declaration on a listing, the owner has admited it to someone."Pre-Foreclosure" is a vague term that covers anything from a late letter to a final notice. RealtyTrac claims to gather this info and make it available to subscribers, but I don't use the service, so I don't know how accurate it is.
You probably have an outside service that's pushing the info to Zillow. Try checking your other listing sites and see if you can shut off the syndication feed to Zillow.
socal_engr,While I did make that particular connection, it still doesn't help when the question is focused on a particular house!
The main issue is....folks don't realize there's a disconnect, then they get upset when no one answers their question.
Posted questions are NOT linked to the intended property. Why? Folks enter their question, hoping for an answer. No one can help them because there's no context!
There's a huge range of possibilities for what happened. With luck, your Realtor will be able to contact the listing Realtor and get the listing straightened out.This could be as simple as an assistant that mixed up listing packages.