May I inspect the property prior to foreclosure sale?

Without permission from the owner or occupant, you have no legal right to enter the property for inspection. If the property is vacant, please contact Plaintiff’s attorney for permission to enter the property. See FAQ No. 14 on how to access contact information for Plaintiff’s counsel. It is your responsibility to be aware of the condition of the property, or the structures thereon, prior to making a bid. There are no guarantees made regarding the condition of the property, or any structure, including any mobile home.

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1. Do you handle TAX SALES?
2. Where do I file pleadings, motions, petitions or other documents?
3. How do I view court records online?
4. How do I access a SALES Roster?
5. Where and when are foreclosure sales held?
6. Do I have to register to attend the sale?
7. What is the bidding process?
8. May I inspect the property prior to foreclosure sale?
9. How does a request for a deficiency judgment affect the bidding process?
10. How and when do I make payments if I am the highest bidder?
11. If I do not make payment(s) by the required time, what happens?
12. Will I receive title to the property free and clear of all other liens?
13. If I am the highest bidder, when may I take possession of the property?
14. How do I contact Plaintiff’s counsel?