If it is a tax foreclosure, the simplest way to save the home is to pay the balance of the taxes due. I would need more information regarding the timing of the foreclosure to provide more detailed advice.
No one bought it at the sheriff's sale? This is unusual. Generally, you have 6 months from the date of the sheriff's sale to "redeem" the property. If your father buys the property, he can rent it to whomever he wants. I suggest you contact a foreclosure defense lawyer to...Read more »
I purchased a home in 2006, which had 2 mortgages 80/20. The 80% lender foreclosed on the home in 2008 and I do not know what happened to the 20% lender. In October of 2017, I received a letter from a bank stating that they were the owners of the 20% mortgage and they wanted to collect a little... Read more »
The 10 year SOL is calculated from the date of default. You have to figure out when your last payment was made and the run date will be 60 or 90 days after that (probably). If you don't have this information you can likely get it from the Plaintiff's lawyer.
My problem is the gf dropped in our house while I go to work or he takes them to her. I had ask him I don’t want her near our home or have her around my kids. We are still married. He has not file for divorce yet. House is going foreclosure, 7 months behind. Most of our bills are behind. He had... Read more »
So I have handled these matters before. You will need to provide documentation to support your statements. In a situation like this, a real estate attorney needs to review your documents and can then give you direction.
If the deed (not what is on the taxes, but what is on the deed as recorded in the register of deeds office) is in your mother in law's name alone and there is not a beneficiary or co-owner, then you have to go through probate. There is NOTHING stopping you from paying the taxes that are in...Read more »
I entered into a payment agreement in Feb by paying a few thousand dollars. Due to mis information I miss 2 (300.00) payments when I called to pay off entire tax debt I discovered I no longer own my home it is scheduled for auction in July is there an appeal process. I have spoke to several people... Read more »
We received an orange paper stating the house was foreclosed, but could be redeemed by paying the delinquent taxes by March 31, 2017. The total tax bill is $3,113.87 for the years of 2015 and 2016. We (my wife, daughter and I) are still living in the house.
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