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My home went into foreclosure on 12/6/07. I live in Stockton, Morrisville San Jouquin County. I have called the bank who has the loan and they weren't able to give me any information about the auction date. I am aware that a letter should be sent out to us 20 or so days before the auction. But, I would like to know when that might be? 1 day from now, 2 months, 5 months etc? Does anyone know who I can call to find out some helpful information regarding this? I would like to stay here as long as I can and continue to save money and pay off exsisting bills. Thank you all for your help.
I am currently looking at foreclosure on www.realtytrac.com I just got the 7 day trial for free and I am going to cancel it before I have to pay anything. It lists all foreclosure and auction property in the country and it gives the date of the auction. I would just get the 7 day trial and look it up there. It is quick and easy. I just checked out stockton, Morrisville and it shows 1112 auction properties.
The bank has a law office that handles their foreclosures. Ask them for the name and number of that law firm. Then call the firm and talk to them about it. If you haven't been contacted by them yet, they probably don't have the specific date, but maybe they can steer you in the right direction. In Maryland, the occupants of a foreclosed upon property often don't leave until the person who buys the house at auction comes and pays them a visit. Then you might be able to arrange a rental with the new owners, since in this market they're probably not looking to flip it right away. But be aware, your rental price is probably going to be higher than your mortgage payment was.