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Since you aren't owed anything from the sale, it is unlikely that you would receive any notice.

Was it a standard 30 year mortgage loan? Did she continue payments on an existing loan that was in both of your names? After the divorce did the loan show on your credit report?

Interest rates for mortgages 25 years ago were high compared to today. There is a high probability that she has refinanced in the last 25 years.

Have you tried googling the address to see if it listed for sale?
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