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colleen8110, Other/Just Looking in 33433

In the state of Florida, forclosed on by the Homeowners Assoc, and the property is sold at an auction, how much time do you have to move out?

Asked by colleen8110, 33433 Fri Aug 24, 2012

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After the property is sold in an auction, when a new deed has been recorded with a new owner's name on it, you go from a homeowner to tenant. So, you are entire to remain in your home until you are evicted using the same court procedures that apply to other tenants, except you may not get as much notice that you must leave.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone
5 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 9, 2012
Thank you for your answer.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 9, 2012
Dear Colleen8110,

It really depends who purchases home at auction. Usually it is 90 days.

Good luck!
Sincerely yours,
Jen Sommers
Web Reference: http://www.AgentBoca.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 9, 2012
Usually 90 days if you have a lease.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 3, 2012
Usually 90 days after a lender has forclosed on a property.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 3, 2012
Colleen- As the others have pointed out :you need legal advice on your particular
circumstances! There are certain protections,defences and issues
that are can be raised to get time.Differences in status-eg.landlord or
tenant also are critical factors. Only an attorney skilled in forclosure
law could direct you to your best options! Get the help you need! County
Bar Assn and Legal Aid are sources. Best of luck!

Bob Brubaker Highlight Realty Palm Beach County Fl. 561-876-6649
Web Reference: http://www.pbc-realcam.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
I would expect the property owner to receive notices along the way, indicating the course(s) of action being taken againt the property owner.

If you refuse to leave, In almost all cases a writ from the court is going to be required to remove you.
They will remove you...

Get an attorney, they can many times stop the stuation or delay it at least.
Web Reference: http://www.garyyoungman.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
Hi Colleen,

Every case is different, but the owner should get a letter stating the date the auction is going to take place. If you are the owner of the property you should consult with your attorney, and if you are the tenant you should ask your landlord or the homeowner's association. Good luck.

Best regards,

Nitza Ramos
Realtor & Lic. Community Association Manager
East Coast Realty Group LLC
11820 Miramar Pkwy
Miramar, FL 33025
Direct: 954-856-3156
Fax: 954-934-9530
Website: http://www.nrcv.com
**Blog: ask4realtor.blogspot.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
Hi Colleen,

You need to consult with an attorney to review your situation, are you the owner or tenant?

Eva Aliaga
Keller Williams Realty
561-859-9926
IdealFloridaLiving.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
You really need to speak with an attorney
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 24, 2012
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