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Ryan, Home Seller in Martinsburg, WV

If my home is in default and I no longer live there, when can I shut-off the electricity?

Asked by Ryan, Martinsburg, WV Fri Oct 16, 2009

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It is your choice whether to keep the power on, however you are still responsible for this property until the lender forecloses.
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I am so sorry your home is in default, if you have the property on the market, then it is necessary that you have power to the home. It is difficult to sell a home without power, however if you have moved out of the home and turned it back over to the lender, then you can disconnect at anytime.
Good luck to you.

Denise Laugesen

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