Thank you for your question.
The Assessor's website says it has not been sold since 2003, see
It is not currently on the market, according to
Those websites are not necessarily updated every day, but the Assessor should have the most current information. If it was sold, I expect the Assessor will update the information on the website within a week or two at most.
It is possible that no one made the minimum bid and the property is still owned by the lender that foreclosed. I do not understand why the Assessor does not list the lender as the owner of record so it was probably a non-judicial foreclosure
. The procedure is described at
If it was a non-judicial foreclosure, there is no right of redemption
in Arizona, see
For the most current information, you can contact the Assessor in person or by telephone. His contact information is posted at
If there is a sale by auction following a foreclosure, the buyer has to give you a 5 day notice to vacate before filing in court for an eviction.
I hope this information is helpful.