Yes that's a real email address and I receive email there. Send your contact info there and I'll be in touch within a day or two. Best to copy and paste the email to avoid mistyping...seems like you need help quickly.
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
Is your property located in Las Vegas. They will USUALLY work with you. Also you may want to check for the redemption period. In some cases, once they have foreclosed they allow you a certain amount of time, usually one year to get your property back. The FIRST STEP is going in person and talk to a manager/supervisor about a payment plan.
Wardley Real Estate
That is the link to Nevada Legal Aid if you can't afford an attorney .
Can you borrow the money from a relative?
Can you access the equity in your home through a HELOC?
You could get a hard money loan, but that will come with high fees too?
Have you tried going down to the tax office and calmly talking to them? Perhaps they will be willing to work with you. Oh another idea, some loans require that you make escrow deposits. If you have been doing that then your lender has the money for the taxes (which they have failed to pay). Look into your loan payments to make sure you are not already paying it.