Foreclosure Hotline Report
8/9/2020 7:39:43 PM
To review information for the property you are interested in, you must have our file number as it is listed in the foreclosure advertisement. You will need to click your browser's "refresh" button each time you access this screen in order to see the most up to date information. This report is sorted by county (alphabetically), then numerically by our file number within each county. Scroll down through this report until you find the file you are interested in. If the file you are interested in is not listed on this report then the property was likely not set for sale by this Law Firm at the time this data was last updated.
At the time of this posting we do not know which examiners will attend which counties for the auctions. As always, please just ask at the courthouse steps for personnel crying the McCalla, Raymer properties.
The following information should prove helpful as you prepare to purchase property at foreclosure sales:
1) In Georgia the official hours of sale are between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm the first Tuesday of every month. The only exceptions are if the first Tuesday falls on January 1st or July 4th, when the sale will be held during the same hours on the following Wednesday. The foreclosure sale may take place at any time during the official hours of sale. Because there are so many variables that can change on sale day (whether or not a client has sent a bid by a certain time, whether the auctioneer gets caught in traffic, etc.) we unfortunately cannot pinpoint exactly when we will be auctioning off a piece of property. Litigation from previous attempts to do so has unfortunately forced us to abandon this practice.
2)In jurisdiction outside of Georgia, please consult your local laws regarding the time and place of sale.
3) The foreclosure sale actually takes place on the steps of the courthouse of the county in which the property is located. It is there that you will bid on the property you are interested in, after identifying the appropriate employee/auctioneer for the law firm that is foreclosing on the property you want to bid on.
4) You must be present during the bidding process. Keep in mind that you may be competing against other bidders.
5) Should you be the successful bidder, you will be required to tender, in certified funds (cashiers check, money orders, cash) the full bid amount immediately upon the close of bidding. Should you not produce certified funds immediately at close of bidding, the sale may be either be declared void and re-conducted immediately or the property may be sold to the second highest bidder. Because there is no way to know the sale amount before the bidding process begins, we suggest that you bring with you the maximum amount of certified funds that you are willing to bid. We suggest dividing this amount into several checks of differing denominations in case you are able to purchase the property for less than your maximum bid - that way you may still have the use of a significant portion of your money, as opposed to simply tendering one check for the maximum bid which might contain a significant overage/surplusage. Of course, we will refund any overage shortly after the sale and will forward same to you or you may pick the check up at our office once verifying that it has been cut.
6) Feel free to check this website as often as you wish, as it is updated every business day shortly after the first publication for the sale. While of the prohibitions of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act as well as other legally mandated privacy restrictions have led us to conclude that the information listed is all we can lawfully provide in this forum at this time, our goal is for the information to be as accurate as possible. Should you come across any obvious errors, please bring them to our attention so that we can insure that this website is providing the type of benefit for you that we intended and that you expect. Thank you.
7) The bids below are accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, the bid displayed may not be the opening bid due to the changes by the lender. Not all bids will be displayed prior to the sale because some bid information does not become available until the day of sale. If a bid is not displayed (if at all), our office does not have it.
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File Number Sale Date Address Property County Property State Opening Bid