Question About "Occupancy Prohibited"

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My girlfriend bought a house mid last year, since we have been here a house across the st has had an "Occupancy Prohibited" sign on the house and we have yet to see anyone go in or out of the house. From the outside it looks like it's in decent condition.

The area where we are has a high volume of renter and I would be interested in trying to acquire the property for investment.

How would I go about obtaining the necessary info on this house since it's not listed for sale. I would like to be able to see why Occupancy is Prohibited and possibly who owns it in order to make an offer and such.

Any thoughts?
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Pull a property profile on the property or title report and find out who owns it... but, contamination, mold, etc are usually the case. There have been some cases where it was a house tied into a murder case, or police case that has not been closed so it is still "evidence" but usually if that is the case it will have a police notice.
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