If the condo is foreclosed on during the lien can you be sued for the lien amount after the condo has been foreclosed on?
You are responsible for all debits to the Association and Mortgage holder until the unit is sold.
If the unit is sold the New owner get to pay your bad debit, the mortgage company will hold you responsible for any difference between the sales price and what is owed.
Can the foreclosed former owner of a condo be charged with trespassing on condo property in Florida after the new certificate of title as been issued to the bank?
Since trespassing is a legal matter, you are best advised to contact your local police authority if you either want a definition of trespassing or want to press charges of trespassing. Read More
How long do you have to move out of a house that has been foreclosed on in Texas Read More
You can contact the lender or lien holder who foreclosed on the property and make your offer to them. Read More
What should I do about my aunt's condo that I have title to and there have been no mortgage payments made?
Your name on the title implies that you own the condominium. Unless during the probate of her estate, there was a different disposition of the property, you own it. Not only are you responsible for the mortgage, you're also responsible for the monthly assessments. Not paying either of these debts will --sooner or later -- mean that the property will be foreclosed upon, sold and monies used to repay the mortgage and -- if the… Read More
bank owned homes are homes that have been foreclosed by a bank. Read More
No the bank owns the house. Read More
A list of foreclosed homes is easy to understand. It will provide you the address and contact information for homes that have been foreclosed on. If the homes are for sale, the list will indicate what the bank is asking for the home. Read More
What does it mean if a condo association puts a lien on your condo if you haven't been able to pay your asessment fees?
As an owner, it means that your title to your unit is 'clouded' -- your title is encumbered/ not clear -- by the amount of your assessments past due and accumulating, that remain unpaid. A lien may also appear on your personal credit report if the title is in your name. Read More
No, if property has been foreclosed upon the notation will remain on the credit report for the required amount of time of seven years from date of foreclosure. A bankruptcy remains on the credit report for ten years. Read More
Till the cops evict you. Read More
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That depends on a myriad of factors relating to the type of condo, building arrangement, years you have been living at the condo, years the conceirge has been working there, the amount of HOA fees per sq feet you pay, how much you like the concierge, how many of them there are, how long they keep your packages, whether they open the door for you and, did I mention, how much you like them. If… Read More
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If a house has been foreclosed the lender has taken possession of the property and the borrower no longer owns it. Therefore the former owner has no right after the foreclosure to enter the premises. Arrangements to remove personal property should be made prior to the foreclosure sale. Read More
Yes, certainly, if you have the cash to do it. Better late than never. Read More
Your lien would be ineffective if the debtor no longer owns the property. If the property was foreclosed- the debtor no longer owns the property. Your lien would be ineffective if the debtor no longer owns the property. If the property was foreclosed- the debtor no longer owns the property. Your lien would be ineffective if the debtor no longer owns the property. If the property was foreclosed- the debtor no longer owns the property… Read More
If the condo is in your name only and your partner has not been paying the rent (or you may own it) you can simply ask them to leave. If they refuse you can call the police and have them removed. Read More
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Scottsdale continues to be a prime area for condo ownership for not only the urban professional but also with second home buyers and golf condo buyers from all over the country and Canada. This website has been designed specifically to help you easily browse for Scottsdale Condo, Loft and Townhome markets. Read More
When one is interested in buying a condo, there are a number of steps that they should take. First, one must identify the various options available in the market then contact the sellers to get a clear description of the deal. Once a decision has been made, the payments are done and the buyer gets to own the condo. Read More
A home that was foreclosed or bank owned (REO) and has been purchased and renovated to like new condition. Read More
In most states, the foreclosure needs to be conducted at a properly noticed public auction and you should receive notice of the sale. If the proceeds exceed the amount owed and any other liens, you should be able to contact the lienholder or the foreclosure trustee for an accounting. Read More
There are over 75 million homeowners in the United States. This is done from previous years as many homeowners have been foreclosed on. Read More
No, this is a myth that is mainly seen on websites that are identified with Republicans, or from bloggers who dislike the president. The fact-checking website snopes.com looked into the story and found that it was not only false, but it was originally started as a joke on a humor website; unfortunately, some people took it seriously. The house is still standing, it's in excellent condition, and it has not been foreclosed upon. Read More
What is the statute of limitations in Massachusetts if you have been overcharged by condo association?
Your answer depends on what you believe you've been overcharged for. A condominium-savvy attorney can answer your question. Read More
The IRS cannot withhold the refund if your house is foreclosed on. However, if the mortgage debt forgiveness results in the IRS treating you as having more taxable income, it may reduce or eliminate the refund. If you've recently been foreclosed on, talk to a tax professional to see if it will affect your tax refund. Read More
If everything has been done properly and according to all laws, there is a time when the company can change locks. They are the owners of the property by that point; the former owners have been given all the proper notices and have been evicted. Read More
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I believe that a lien on a property stays with the property, not with a person. The purchaser of the property will be responsible for any liens to get a clear title. Read More
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Is a condo unit holder legally allowed to request documents regarding water damage in the building especially when one's own unit is involved?
If they are needed for a valid purpose such as insurance claims, the person could ask for them to be voluntarily presented. If refused, it is possible an order from the court could be obtained. Assuming there was evidence provided that such documents were needed. A condo unit owner is to be furnished with any requested information about the condo project, ESPECIALLY if it concerns your unit. Read the Declarations of the Condo Assoc. They… Read More
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A local realtor who has been in business since the 1970s may be able to answer your question. Read More
I think the model year for Kenmore dryer 66902 would be either 1989 or 1990. Ours is the original for our condo and the condo was built in 1989 and the Maytag washer was installed in 1989 or 1990 and so I am sure that the dryer would have been installed at the same time. Marilyn Read More
When you are foreclosed on can the lender garnish your wages for the difference in the amount owed and the selling price?
Short answer, probably. Longer answer, after the property has been sold at auction, the remaining debt still remains and the lending institution could seek payment through court. Once the court acknowledges the debt the judge may allow the lending institution to attach your wages. It depends on the laws in your state but generally the answer is yes. Read More
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Finding a foreclosed home can be done several ways. Contacting your local real estate agent is always the best place to start. Your real estate agent can help you find homes, contact the agencies selling foreclosed homes, refer you to agents of a specific region, and handle the paperwork that comes with purchasing a home. Whether you're an investor, or purchasing your own new home, real estate agents are very beneficial. Also check your local… Read More
Generally it depends on the type of BK when or if it has been discharged, the amount of the refund, and if it is a federal or state bankruptcy filing. As a rule at least a portion of the refund will be taken by the trustee, more likely the entire amount is subject to relinquishment. Read More
50 Cent has been arrested and charged with domestic violence as the result of an incident that took place on June 23 in the California condo of his baby mama's house. Since then he hasn't been arrested for anything else. Read More
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You just downloaded Google Earth and it still shows your condo as dirt land Ive been living there for 5 years What is up?
You can direct your query to Google using the link, below. Read More
Can you convey property that has been foreclosed on judgment entered and filed before sheriff sale and it be a valid transfer in Indiana?
If the court order has already been 'entered,' it is too late, the foreclosure has already taken place. You must have the court order reversed or rescinded before taking any action. Read More
What is the maximum amount of month a landlord can charge if you break your rental lease in California?
If you break the lease, your landlord can charge you the amount of rent for the apartment or unit during the time it is left unoccupied up until the dwelling has been rented out or until your lease expires, whichever comes first. Read More