You can certainly try contact the Bank of America REO department. (BAC is the Countrywide portfolio under Bank of America) You may want to pull a copy of the Trustees Deed to see if there was a different investor involved. Bank of America/Countrywide may have only been the servicer of this loan and it is possible that the property is now owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac (as an example). Oftentimes you can go to the property to find the banks contact info. They typically assign the property right away to a local realtor which is usually long before the property is listed. They will post the name and contact person that is representing the bank in case law enforcement or code enforcement officers need to reach the responsible party.
Answered by Michelle
Wed Nov 17th 2010 at 10:28am