I'll try to be clear - forgive me if I am not. It is confusing. I have an order for a 2055 (old form) from OCWEN. Landroll says it is owned by: Amanda K. Moulder Legal description: Lot 35, yada, yada, yada Address matches that on the order from OCWEN as '2 Highland Square', tax map is correct as lot 35. Ok, it's a different owner's name on the order. Order states: Robert A. Davis at 2 Highland Square. (this is a pre-foreclosure) Next step - I pulled the deed. The original owner (Moulder) did in fact transfer a parcel to Davis on 3/10/2005. However the Lot # on the deed is Lot 33. (not lot 35 as the legal description says for this particular address) ?????? I look up lot 33 and it does not appear to have any association with these 2 people. Question: If this Davis fellow has a lien on this property - wouldn't his name come up in the landroll search somewhere? Only her name will come up. Even if the lot # was wrong, there should be something on record with his name on it besides this warranty deed? Doesn't matter to me if it's lot 33 or 35 - I'll use the correct legal description for that address. I can find a deed that transfers the wrong property to someone who is not on the landrolls and he has a lien on it??? But the property was (and remains on record) owned by the person who transferred the wrong lot #? Doesn't it seem like the man's name would come up even if the wrong lot # was on the deed? Darn, I have a headache. Help please. What should I do? (besides get drunk) I know to explain all this in the report, but should I take any other steps to confirm something else? :huh: I've seen too many of these - the house was a foreclosure - bought and fixed up, then suddenly it sells for triple what was paid for it or more and goes straight into foreclosure again? Seems like these people are paying idiots to use their credit and getting huge amounts of $$$ ... knowing the note will never be paid.