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I''m renting a house and was just told its being auctioned off tomorrow . What are my right s as a renter ?

Asked by Lisa, Murrieta, CA Thu Jul 16, 2009

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Lisa, I'm so sorry for your trouble! You should contact an attorney to get the correct answer as Realtors cannot give legal advice. A good place to start is

Cash for keys usually works out very well for both the tenant and the bank. However, you can probably dig your heels in and make them give you a 60 day notice. But, again, legal counsel is the way to go here!
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Stay where your at and the bank will send out a rep to offer you Cash for Keys to help you relocate. They normally offer you 21+ days and a nice sum of money to help you out.
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This sounds pretty serious. You will want to contact a competant real estate attorney ASAP. These situations are too intricate for an agent to be able to answer on a message board. You need legal help and unfortunately realtors are forbidden from giving legal advice. I know you were hoping for a quick and free answer, but I don't think there is for you in this case.

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