thewrights913, doing things the wrong way and trying to extort money that you have not earned is never a good idea. Whatever happened to decency and doing things the right way? Why some people feel entitled to receiving things they have not worked for â€“ especially after being evicted for not paying the money they borrowed!
This post is from 2009, so I wonder what happened.
At the foreclosure auction ownership of the property passes to the new buyer, which in most instances is the bank itself. At that point you will technically be trespassing. That is one of the reasons why, by law, the owner receives a 90 day notice of trustees sale.
At that point the new buyer might start the eviction process and very soon you might have the sheriff knocking on your door to remove you and all your property from the premises. My advice is not to risk it, and try to vacate by the auction date.
Carlos J RamÃrez, PC, ABR, CNE
Associate Broker, HomeSmart -