and then files for foreclosure, what happens when the property owner receives an "order setting date, time, place and amount of redemption" notice from the attorney representing the tax lien holder? Is that date really the last date the property owner can pay to redeem the property? Is that... Read more »
A FORECLOSURE NOTICE FOR MY MOTHER IN LAWS HOME WAS SERVED TO HER NIECE IN ANOTHER STATE (NY).
MY MOTHER IN LAW SAYS SHE DID NOT RECEIVE ANY SUMMONS IN HER STATE OF NJ. SHE DID RECIEVE A LETTER FROM HER MORTGAGE COMPANY STATING HER REQUEST FORM FOR HER "AT RISK STATUS" WAS UNSIGNED SO... Read more »
I go into customer’s homes and measure rooms for my employer. I am employed full time with benefits but I get paid per “measure” ($16) and not by the hour. To be clear, I work for my company and am not an independent contractor. I get a W2 and benefits from them.
I am a tenant of a property that the landlord stated was going into foreclosure. The landlord vacated the property as of November 1st 2018 and at the same time my lease also ended. I continued to pay rent and she still collected payment from Section 8 Housing Authority as well. I put in for a... Read more »
I am working on cases that stated back in 2008. The auction will probably take place in a couple of months. So, almost 12 years without paying a mortgage, and the case will finally be complete. So, once started things can drag on.
If the case is dismissed along the way, then the bank may...Read more »
Sometimes you just go along to get along. When you say "....now my employer wants my LES." It may be someone new in HR that has no clue as to what is needed, but they used to this at their old company, or it may be that they now were given a directive from above by someone else that read something...Read more »
It is possible to foreclose. I doubt anyone is going to foreclose on someone being late 2 times. The paperwork for your building will list the rules and regulations that govern your building. Without being able to review those, you are asking for the general rule of law that may or may not apply...Read more »
I received a foreclosure summons from my lender's attorneys but was in the process of submitting loan modification. My case worker at the mortgage company said not to worry about the summons that I do not need to answer it being that my modification paperwork was all in. Is this true? I feel... Read more »
House sold in Jackson, NJ @ foreclosure/sheriff sale. Purchaser paid more than what was owed to the bank. Approx 40k was sent to the Superior Court Trust Fund. Need an attorney who can help file a motion for the surplus funds pursuant to Court Rules 4:64-3 & 4:57-2.
This is about a real estate fraud case ,where a person who had 2 lawsuits against them 1 for fraud sold a building that was not solely theirs to a developer corp,who then used their attorneys to help the person who commited fraud to force a win that ended up hurting the victim of multiple crimes... Read more »
Mr xxxx took over servicing from Nationstar for Freddie Mac. They sent someone to my home 2 months ago to tell me to call Mr xxxx to discuss mitigation. They apparently don’t know (care) that I’m in litigation. Nothing to lose so I speak with them and provide all my info. They respond, “we... Read more »
There is no longer any laws that mandate a bank give loan modifications except under FHA loans, and even then there are tight deadlines. You should contact Shellpoint about a loan modification, while pointing out you were waiting for an answer on your appeal.
I have a sheriff sale on my home in four weeks. I am too stressed from all this. I want to move now! Do I contact my bank and let them know I have taken utilities our of my name, turning water off and cancelling home insurance/ (Insurance and taxes are all paid up until Feb 2019) I need to think... Read more »
Even if your home sells at a sheriff sale, you are not evicted the next day. If the bank buys the property back at auction, you may have 1/2 a year or more.... Or 30 days. It really comes down to what actually happens.
You can also ask the sheriff to move your sale date back 28 days....Read more »
I live in New York City and have been having issues with management getting repairs I’m diabetic fridge died went without for two weeks until I contacted local officials. I had to throw all my food out that i cannot afford to replace being on disability.Since then they’ve sued for rent I dont... Read more »
The simple answer is YES. You can sue any one for anything you want. But, the real question or questions are: Will you win? Or, can you afford to sue? If you are suing for less than $5000 in damages, what attorney will take your case? The sad think about the American court system is that most...Read more »
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