Who to contact for pre-foreclosure property?
The attorney (Whose name is on public documents)
who represents the bank, and the actual bank, will not discuss the property.
The realtor provided information of the attorney who represents the bank. The owners information is not available.
Dead ends all around.
Please advise how to obtain information to present an offer to purchase Pre-Foreclosure property
and get the ball rolling prior to the property going into Foreclosure.
Thank for your question! If the property is pre-foreclosure, the bank does not yet have the right to sell the property and you’ll have to work with the current owner. Because of that, your best option is to keep trying to identify contact information for the owner. If that information isn’t publicly available (e.g., on the local property assessor’s website), you may be able to find the information by working with a local attorney or title agency.
For more information on buying a pre-foreclosure property, check out our guide here: https://fitsmallbusiness.com/how-to-buy-a-pre-foreclosure-home/
Best of luck,
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