I have heard that some people can go to there county recorders office and find out when a NOD was recorded on a house, How do I find this bc when I go down to the recorders office they give me a a funny look but when I go on line there is company's that have a pre foreclosure list. any information would be greatly appreciated.
You can find when a NOD was filed on a particular property at the courthouse, or online if it's available. If you're looking for a "list", maybe not.
I have talked to a woman who works for a title company and she told me that when they get posted out side with the date for auction is when the NOD is filed.
But one time I went and talked to one of these home owners and she said she was 2 years behind on her payments. How could I have found out a year and half before this house went to auction. When does the bank start filing a NOD and how much time do I have?
Would love if this thread came alive again! I would like to learn more information on this subject.
This is also of great interest to me. I have purchased the monthly subscription for court records online access, but can't seem to quickly find the information I need. Anyone else have information on this?
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