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Foreclosure of a Land Sale Contract

04th December 2009
A number of homeowners exist in a kind of legal limbo between being renters and having a mortgage. They are not renting under a lease agreement, but they have not bought the property and obtained a mortgage. As well, they do not own the home they are livi... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Mortgage Default and Default Judgment in Foreclosure - What's the Difference?

22nd October 2009
When banks foreclose on a home, the owners are often confused by the language used in the various legal documents. One of the terms that causes the most confusion is "default." There are at least two different ways that this word is used during the forecl... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Unclaimed Money You Can Claim

12th October 2009
Unclaimed Money, Deed Flipping, Surplus Funds....Deed Flipping also known as Deed Flips have been going on for a while.Deed flipping is straightforward:You find a house that is about to going into a foreclosure sale.This is accomplished researching upcomi... Read >
Author: shawn buige

they have your money

01st October 2009
It would seemSurplus funds scams are everywhere these days.There are attorneys that are applying for the monies in the name of the people that its owed to.Let's talk about what excess proceeds are. Government Surplus Funds, also called excess proceeds and... Read >
Author: shawn buige

How Long Does Foreclosure Take?

22nd September 2009
In Foreclosure Power of Sale Foreclosure vs. Judicial Foreclosure, how fast can the bank foreclose? First of all, most lenders will not begin foreclosure proceedings until a borrower is 3-6 months behind on their payments. Although missing a singl... Read >
Author: John Stewart

Nonjudicial Foreclosure - Violation of Borrowers' Due Process Rights?

29th August 2009
In states that allow a nonjudicial foreclosure through a power of sale clause in a deed of trust, homeowners find that their properties are sold out from under them without a hearing or chance to defend themselves. In fact, it is up to the borrowers to br... Read >
Author: Nick Adama
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