The mortgage guarantor sold our home through foreclosure sale to a 3rd party servicer through a referee's deed. There was no note attached to the mortgage. The servicer has no standing or interest in our home. The trust associated with the house is closed.
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With this said, New York is a judicial foreclosure state, which means that a foreclosure cannot happen without a Court Order. The process tends to take quite a long time, so it's extraordinarily doubtful that...Read more »
Homeowner lost her job and couldnt pay mortgage for a few months. A servicer suggested that a mortgage modification is available if payments are made. The homeowner made the payments to the servicer, but the modification never occurred and now is at risk for foreclosure.
We separated two years ago, and part of our agreement was for me to move out, and she'll retain the home, as long as she can maintain the monthly payments. At the time of agreement, I didn't have the resources to do things the RIGHT way and wanted the path of least resistance to just take... Read more »
What you have not confirmed is whether you are on title as well as the loan. If on title, bring a partition action to sell the property by court order, and in turn, pay off the loan. That may also force her to refinance. If there is no equity in the property, there is little you can do, but let...Read more »
Foreclosure notice on the door do we have to pay rent? Is it a fraudulent lease since he didn’t tell us the house was in foreclosure? And is it true that the law change that you only have to pay one month security?
Bottom line I wasn’t given a opportunity to state my case .they didn’t own the note , this is why I never had that meeting .the opposition always made excuses why they couldn’t meet with me , and they got away with this ! What can I do to save my house ? It’s been a 11 year battle dealing... Read more »
It is legally possible to foreclose against a property owner for nonpayment of common charges. This process could have legally proceeded even if you were not personally served with the papers commencing the case; however, the affidavits of service and other documents would need to be carefully...Read more »
Are you the owner or a tenant? If you are the tenant, the lender would have no interest in your personal property. However, if you start taking appliances, the lender may not believe you own them. Likewise, if you are the owner, the lender would not be interested in your personal property but...Read more »
Said they served my daughter 1/11/06, Forecosed on 6/2006. Knew nothing until 3//2015. 3/2015 Friend told me my home was being sold. 1/2005 home next door was 100% destoyed by water damage. The bank knew for a fact where I was living.
My daughter stated in court papers she was never... Read more »
Sold property in 2005 on 30 year contract to family member and his wife. Received payments until 2008, and then had several payment in default. Between 2005 and 2008 Mortgagees took out home equity loan with bank. Paper was signed to allow this to happen. Later on they apparently needed more money,... Read more »
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