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The property is an individual single family home in a high end area on a golf course, near a canal, 3/2, 2011 sqft, 7405 sqft lot, last sold Jan 2007 for $257,300.00. The lien that is going at the foreclosure auction lists the legal of the property, and the finaljudgement indicates the lien will survive any foreclosure so I'm concerned if the 15k total final judgement is JUST the HOA bac dues/maintenance fees, or if I pay 15-20k at auction, I get this house. I've been unsuccessful in finding out if the mortgage if any, has been satisfied....thanks!
Not really - basically - if I win the bid for the HOA lien, do I get the house?
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