In my state, Utah, you can just go to the County Recorder’s office. You can give them the address and they will help you find what you need. You can get a copy of the Trustee’s Deed which will give you the information you are looking for. That is who took the property back, and the bid it was taken back at. I don’t know what state you are in but Im sure the County Recorder’s office can lead you in the right direction. You could also get information from the Trustee’s office that handled the foreclosure for the lender.
I have two homes that have been taken back by the bank that I would like to possible make offers on. I really would like to know what the bank go thte homes back for and I am wondering how to find this out? Can I just go to the recorders office and ask to see the file on the homes or is there another way to go about doing this? I know that what the bank got it back for shouldnt have any influence as to what my offer on the homes should be, but I am trying to learn my way around my local courthouse anyway. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance, Ryan