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Notices of Substitute Trustee Sales (Foreclosure Notices)
Texas is a non-judicial foreclosure state. Default is defined in the Deed of Trust (Mortgage) and/or Promissory Note. When a debt is defaulted a Substitute Trustee's sale will take place in the manner authorized by the Deed of Trust/Promissory Note.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ's)
What is a Notice of Substitute Trustee Sale ?
A Notice of Substitute Trustee Sale is what's commonly referred to
as a Foreclosure Sale Notice.
When do the Substitute Trustee's Sales take place?
The sale is held the first Tuesday of every month . The time(s) of
the sales are indicated on each notice.
Where does the sale take place?
The sale(s) occur at the Front Steps of the Aransas County Courthouse, 2840 HWY 35 N, Rockport, Texas
When are the notices posted?
All notices for the sales must be posted 21 days prior to the sale
(i.e., 21 days before the first Tuesday of each month).
Who can I talk to at the County Clerk 's office to answer questions
about how to purchase a property at the sale?
The County Clerk 's personnel do not conduct the sale or have any
information about the specifics of the sale. The sale is conducted
by the trustees on behalf of the lenders. It is illegal for the
County Clerk 's personnel to give opinions or legal advice.
What type of payment is required when purchasing a property at the sale?
The County Clerk 's personnel do not have any information on the
requirements to purchase a property. The trustees who conduct the
sale can provide that information to interested parties.
Who can I talk to at the County Clerk 's office if I think my
property has been mistakenly posted for sale?
The County Clerk 's personnel do not have any information pertaining
to the sale of the properties. Contact your lender if you think your
property has been posted in error. The lender is the only party that
will have that information.