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Attending Sheriffs’ Sales on Foreclosed Property

March 24th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’m just back from the SBOC conference in Lisle, IL and the OBOA and MVBOC joint conference in Dayton, Ohio.  One of the things I especially enjoy, in addition to meeting new people, is getting new tips that I can pass on to other building officials and inspectors.  For example, one of the attendees told me that he regularly attends sheriffs’ sales so that he can find out right away who bought the property.  He may even be able to speak with someone on the spot.  This way he doesn’t have to wait weeks until the deed is recorded at the Recorder of Deed’s office.

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  1. Kelly Anbach
    March 25th, 2010 at 14:02 | #1

    This is a wonderful idea. I just wish I can find the time to do this!

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