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Wait until the property closes and is filed in public records.
John McCormack, CRS
yes at recorders office
The tax records show show the transfer.
In our area, the auction results are posted in newspaper advertisements.
Land records office at the court house.
In states like Florida, it will be recorded in the public records. What you won't know is if the value includes a buyers premium or not.
Each lender has their own process.
You would be better served looking further up stream, not at the outcome.
Or search records that are six months or older, should allow time for records to be complete.
"Getting the full story" means understanding the start and the options available to the lender and buyer during the process. You can not get the full story analyzing the closed sale data.
Hint: consult a mutual fund operation to see what is really taking place.
Public records after closing.
the public records are all I know. Unless you are there and hear the crier in my county which you could do.
Good question, I'm glad you asked. I bookmarked it.
Yes it's a matter of public record regarding price (in very rare cases price can be kept off of public records) and who the new owner is, whether it's a person, trust, LLC etc. In most cases from my experience the properties do not sell at auction and revert to REO properties.
In Northern CA 95% of trustee sales are not sold. They were withdrawn. You can hire a professional at each trustee sale they keep track of actual sale price. Name you must be joking. That is confidential information, well protected.