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Daniel Garcia, Home Buyer in Palmdale, CA

my home just went into auction how do I stop it? is there any way to stop the home from being auctioned off?

Asked by Daniel Garcia, Palmdale, CA Tue Nov 17, 2009

my home I tried to do modifications and got the run around for the year and finally today just before my home goes into auction they tell me all has been denied any chances of keeping it?

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jul 7, 2013
if the notice of trustee sale has been recorded than you are running out of time! Call me at 661-944-6000.
I am an experienced in short sales. You can also contact an experience real estate attorney and I have a couple of referrals that you can contact and interview.
Good luck.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Apr 9, 2013
I have been going thru modification for over a year and was denied and now my house is going to be sold at the court house tomorrow. I am in north Carolina
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 8, 2013
Really sorry to hear that your loan modification did not go through. You can still do a short sale though as long as title hasn't gone to the bank. Here is a section on my website for ore information on what a short sale is and what it can do for you:… Also if you fill out the form I can tell you if your property is eligible for a short sale or not.

John & Sarena Villaescusa
Keller Williams Realty
Cell: 562-818-2671
Web Reference:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jan 9, 2010
List the property for short sale with an agent and submit to lender immediately.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Jan 8, 2010
Hello Daniel,

Sorry to hear that your modification did not go through... I do have the connection to get your house back even though it may or soon to be sold. If you would care for any suggestions at this point and really want to keep the home you are in... then I would put you in contact with an attorney who has been in real estate law practice since 1985. With his assistance he will be able hold off the sale date or in some cases get the home back after the sale...From there move forward with a forensic audit done on your original loan by the attorney and from there have him move forward with handling your modification, there is no upfront fee for the modification as per the SB94 bill so you will reaping the benefit of the seize and desist order by the attorney...but there is a fee for the trustee sale freeze...Time is of the essence so if you would like additional info do not hesitate in contacting...Good Luck
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Dec 7, 2009
i am a licensed Real Estate Broker and I have a direct connect to the two major institutions that get these homes after auction. Call me at 661-944-6000 and I will put you in contact with a non profit that is working with these lenders and they will attempt to get you the home back or allow you to lease it for a year while you get back on your feet.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 18, 2009
I live in Illinois. Can I get some help still?
Flag Tue Oct 9, 2012
You have up to 48 hours before the sale to list this home as a short sale and stop the auction. You will still be losing your home but on your terms and not the banks. You can sell it short, find a local agent to list your home, and sign an addendum that gives them the right to work with your bank. This will give you a few months extra to find a place to live. Unfortunately, this is the way of many homeowners and they choose instead to just walk away. Save what you can of your credit and sell it short.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 18, 2009
If your home has already been sold. I can still help you. If you are going to be auctioned off you need to move fast as well. I have options for you at no upfront cost. we are Home Protection Group a non profit and commited to keeping you at your home. Call me at 323-6307037 Dan
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 18, 2009

Some clarification is needed. If by "my home just went into auction" you mean the sale date on you home has come and gone, then it is too late. On the other hand, if you mean that you just received a notice of trustee sale, then you have a few days (by law 21 from publication) before your home is actually SOLD at auction. In this time you can do a number of things to stop the sale, however, you need to be pro-active and move quickly.

You have a number of options. For more information on how to stop the foreclosure you can visit (type this web address into your web browser, as the links from these answers do not always work), you can call 800-924-2964 and enter 010 when prompted for free information. For immediate help you can call me directly for a no obligation consultation (see my profile for contact information). As a Certified Distressed Property Expert and a Home Retention Consultant, I am dedicated to helping people save their homes and their diginity. Without the answers to some very simple questions it is impossible to say if your auction can be stopped. Take action, give me a call. 10 minutes of your time could save you a ton of grief. Dare to Dream.

Shel-lee Davis, CDPE
Your Real Estate Consultant for Life
RE/MAX Palos Verdes Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Nov 18, 2009
There are still options you can take but you need to speak with an experienced short sale Realtor. If you would like real answers to your problem- please refer to my website at… There is some great information here as well as my contact form. Please fill out the contact form and I will give you a call tomorrow to give you all the realistic options of what we can do to either save your home or make it less severe than a foreclosure. Time is of the essence in these matters so please do not hesitate. All this is at no cost to you.

John & Sarena Villaescusa
Keller Williams Realty
Cell: 562-818-2671
Web Reference:
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 17, 2009
Not unless you can bring the loan up to date. The other option is the banks sometimes will postpone the auction for a short period of time to allow a short sale to be done. I would suggest you speak with a local Realtor familiar with short sales.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 17, 2009
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