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My question posted mainly to find out whether anyone else had found a way to force the banks to move more quickly. There appears to be no time limit, per se, for seller to produce deed, except for the new requirement for banks to record foreclosure deeds in a timely manner (I believe 3 months), for accountability with property upkeep.
By the way, one possible solution is to have the attorneys who handled the foreclosure sale solve the problem. Contact me for details..
I would take Margaret's advice below and contact the foreclosure closing attorney to get an update and also contact the county deed recording office.
Best of luck to you!
As for receiving monetary solution from the seller/bank, I am unable to comment on that and you would need to direct that question to a real estate attorney.
Thank you in Advance
TATIA L. OLDS
REO's, & Short Sale Specialist
Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate (US), LLC
2078 Teron Trace. Ste 250
Dacula, GA 30019