Clear Title Delays on a Foreclosed home, what could they possibly be?
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As a general answer, if you have a valid contract on the house, then you should be able to find out what the delays are with the closing on the purchase of the house. If you have a valid contract with a closing date you can force the home to be sold to you if you are ready, willing and able to close on the purchase. If there is some title defect, then they must communicate that defect to you and usually must work to fix those defects unless you want to cancel the contract.
I have to say, however, that without looking over the contract and learning more details of the situation, I cannot give you a definitive answer. What I stated above is a general answer based on a "typical" contract and the facts you posted. You could speak with a real estate attorney to learn what your legal options are to enforce the contract or at least have them help you to learn what the problems are.
As far as title problems go, there could be problems that were not handled by the foreclosure of the mortgage for a number of reasons. I would recommend that you have a real estate attorney review the title commitment and other closing documents to make sure there are not any problems. It should not be very expensive and may save you some real problems in the future. Good luck.