I think we all have sympathy for your situation, but you are behaving badly and contemplating worse. True character shows up in times of difficulty, and what you need to do is put your life back together and stop wasting energy trying to undo the past.
If you put all of the energies you're expending into this immoral and unethical (and probably illegal) plan into resolving the issues, then you will maximize the possibility that you can buy the home back.
I do wish you well,
Jack Gillis, M.B.A., J.D.
Jack Gillis Realty Advisors
Nathan Grace Real Estate, Broker
5619 Dyer Street | Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75206
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My concern is that, by putting a sign on the property next door, even if it simply lists facts, you may be 'wrongfully interfering' with the bank's right to sell the property. This is another thing an attorney can and should explain to you. My other concern is this, you may be chasing rainbows. Most banks will NOT under any circumstances sell the home back to the previous owner. All short sale contracts include what is called an 'affadavit of arms lenth transaction' which states, under oath, that the buyer has no relationship whatever with the seller and will NOT sell the home back to the defaulting owner.
I do wish you the best of luck, talk to an attorney, but if there is no hope, try to find a way to move on with your life and put this behind you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.