There are two ways to speed up the process. One is deed in lieu. The 2nd is a little used state statute that allows lenders to seize a property within five weeks after the sale. This requires a visit to a judge and proof of abandonment AND proof that the property is in danger of damage due to abandonment.
So no, everything won't be taken care of by the sheriffs sale. Continue to press the lender for a deed in lieu so you won't be stuck with your home for another six months.
. If the foreclosing people have no right to foreclose on you, maybe you can get the house back, remove the mortgage or most of it and sell the house yoursel for a profit. Call me and I can counsel you on this. 321-549-1052 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael was spot on with his comments. Please keep in mind that trying to sell your home on a short sale might be a good option as well. If you would like more information on doing that I would be happy to meet with you to discuss your options. For more information check out this link on my website. http://www.results.net/jason.lange/Short_Sale_Vs_Foreclosure
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