The lot was own by the hoa, not the developer who was out of the picture. Since it was the hoa that lost the property I feel they have no claims to my property that I purchased in good faith. They claim I have to be in their hoa which I want no part of.
If the lot is included in the HOA and the HOA properly recorded that fact and the HOA still exists, you're likely 'out of luck'. If you didn't want to be part of a HOA you shouldn't have bought the property. Now, as a MEMBER of the HOA you can probably take steps to...Read more »
My house was getting foreclosed on. My dad and brother came together and got me enough money to not lose it. I am in the process now of getting my ex to sign the deed papers to get his name of it so I can make sure he is not entitled to anything nor has any say so. My kids father has not lived... Read more »
There are a lot of moving parts here and a lot at stake. Respectfully, with all the people and assets involved this is not an issue that can be resolved in an online forum. I strongly advise you to seek the advice of an attorney to sort it all out.
Inowed 2000 for a 20000 bond that I put. Y house up for the charge was dropped shortly after I bonded out but I owed the 2000 still about a month after I got out w no contact the bondsman came and took my 2008 Jeep Patriot 4x4 he said that he would notify me of the remainder balance after he sold... Read more »
Get a lawyer as soon as possible regarding the house auction. There should be a court file number, and documents may indicate a lawyer who represents the bondsman, whom you should contact regarding payment.
As to the car, it's likely as part of the bond contract, you signed over title...Read more »
If you still have possession of the house/property, you can file in court for an injunction and stop the foreclosure. If you have left, you would have a very hard time getting back possession. Notice is a key part of any foreclosure. This would also be helped if you had the property put through...Read more »
I am the administrator of my father's estate. My stepmother who is predeceased my dad took out a mortgage in her name only several years before she died. My dad never had the mortgage changed to his name neither did he add it to any paperwork he just paid it when it was due. Since his death... Read more »
You are getting bad information. If you are administrator, you are entitled to information. If a foreclosure has not started you have time. However, you will have to reinstate the mortgage by paying all arrears to avoid foreclosure. The bank will not take partial payment. Hire a lawyer to deal...Read more »
We were all served paperwork stating that the property would be auctioned off to pay what's owed and we would receive the difference. A couple weeks after the auction date I contacted the law office in charge of the sale to see how much the property sold for. I was told it didnt go to auction... Read more »
Wow. You probably did a very stupid thing by not stepping in. In a foreclosure, the secured and foreclosing party will bid as much but not more than what is called the upset price. That is the amount they are owed after fees and expenses. In a very hot market, especially with all the many varieties...Read more »
A former owner of real estate that was sold at a foreclosure auction becomes a tenant at sufferance after delivery of a deed from the substitute trustee. A tenant at sufferance is one who enters into possession of real property lawfully, but remains in possession unlawfully. After title to the...Read more »
Home, that I cared for for years but had to go to a nursing home and she had a reverse mortgage on the home and is now in foreclosure and so I will need to find a place to live or buy the property at forclosure? Is that my only option?
There are specific rules regarding the purchase/repayment of the reverse mortgage by a family member. If the reason for the foreclosure is that your Grandmother is in a Nursing Home the contract should have provisions that cover this situation. It could be dependent on her status and whether it...Read more »
If the mortgage is recorded then any "sale" takes subject to the mortgage which could be foreclosed. Your agent and buyer do not know what they are doing. You as the mortgagor might expedite the sale and get a release of the mortgage prior to foreclosure.
The hearing via Zoom had connection problems and was placed in waiting court claiming prior case running over time and would be called back in upon completion. After waiting 4 hours and several calls to check status and remain waiting 4 hours later I was informed the hearing was over they proceeded... Read more »
If this was a final hearing (trial), you have a limited time within which to file a properly drafted verified motion for new trial and to obtain a written ruling from the court on such motion. There are many technical aspects to such a motion, so you need a competent attorney experienced in...Read more »
Sibling in TN is has dementia. Somehow quit paying her Home Loan. She owes ~$20K Balance on Loan, House Value ~$200K. House is set to go to auciton Sept. 20. I got power of attorney, and contacted the Collection Agency. The account is $3,600 in arrears (amount provided by the Debt Collection... Read more »
Tennessee law provides a right to reinstate and cure default before sale. You may be hitting a roadblock in that the bank is playing games by not recognizing the Power of Attorney, such that you may need to make a motion and bring the reinstatement before a judge.
Obtaining these funds may require the services of an attorney, one who is familiar with the surplus funds procedure, who can assess your situation. This process usually involves notice to lien holders and a hearing, so you may want to start that process as soon as possible. Although I am not aware...Read more »
That 60 was extended indefinitely until I could close. He signed that agreement. He now sold home to an investor who has been harassing me to get out. Ex got a Judge to agree to throw me out a 66 year old severely disabled person. no eviction/ejection or any requests to vacate have been properly... Read more »
He lives in the home. We are both listed on the deed to the home but I am on the mortgage alone. If he files chapter 13 bankruptcy and includes the home, would this stop the upcoming sale and foreclosure? If Ch. 13 temporarily stops the sale, what are the steps he should then take to keep the... Read more »
When a Ch. 13 case is filed, there is both an immediate automatic stay prohibiting creditors to proceed against the debtor and/or his assets, and importantly, there is also an automatic "co-debtor stay" to prohibit creditor actions against other non-bankrupts who are jointly liable with...Read more »
or when those under whom the possessor claims meet these criteria, the property actually possessed is held adversely if the person claiming adverse possession: A, B, & C not having possessed property for 7 years but did A,B, & C. In C it states: Has subsequently paid, subject to s.... Read more »
If I understand correctly, you are asking whether the adverse possessor, after complying with the tax requirements of Florida Statute 95.18 (1) (a)-(c), must still continuously possess the "property under a claim of title exclusive of any other right" for 7 years. Yes.
I owed a lien purchased in December 2016 which certifies that there were no charges before or pending after attached to this lien or property. After paying the taxes for 4 years the city said in 2020 said they "forgot" to add cleaning charges... Read more »
It depends whether or not a Municipal Tax Search was ordered and received and the information contained. Speak to the title company you used to check title before actually purchasing the lien and the insured the transaction.
If you only have a Contract for a Deed, then it is a Lease with Option to Purchase. No Foreclosure is involved, but usually an Eviction proceeding and they keep your paid rent. Hire a competent MI attorney quickly to fight loss of possession, and possibly make a claim in Equity or Breach of...Read more »
The mortgage has not been paid since he passed. And the tenants just received a foreclosure notice. The property needs more work than it’s worth but I spent so many summer days there and it has great sentimental value of the property. How can I stop it from being foreclosed on and not have my... Read more »
You need to consult with a probate attorney. Because there was no will, the laws of intestate apply (ie property goes to grandpas kids, then grandkids, etc). Talk with a probate attorney if there is anything that can be done if grandpas kids won’t sign away their interest.
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