You asking or even demanding that it be inspected before you move in was not a part of the lease agreement unless you put that condition in the lease and the landlord was not obligated to abide by your request. All terms of your lease are in the lease contract. Anything not there would not be enforceable. If you have a mold concern, then contact your local health department and ask them to do an inspection. Most local departments are please to assist you at no charge to determine whether there is toxic mold in your rental unit.
If your lease includes utilities, or you are required to pay the landlord directly for the utilities, and they are cut off because of non-payment by the landlord, that is a breach of the lease and you can sue the landlord for constructive eviction (at least as regards ***** ***** and sewer).
If the property is foreclosed on you will likely receive notice of the foreclosure sale at the property in the mail and you can figure that you have less than 2 months after that. You would of course be able to sue the landlord for damages including your moving expenses if you are evicted based on a foreclosure before the end of your lease. But there is no longer a guaranteed 3 month right to remain for month to month tenants, or a right to enforce the lease for people with leases. That law ended a couple of years ago.
I see no reason to be worried at this point. The property management company will not be responsible for a foreclosure---only the owner would be as that is who your lease is with. You could sue the management company, and the owner as well, if you could show that the management company did something separately to violate the lease.
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