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Sheri, Other/Just Looking in Bloomingdale, IL

after an auction, how long does resident have to move out?

Asked by Sheri, Bloomingdale, IL Thu Jul 5, 2007

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Joshua Jarvis’ answer
Dwayne's answer is a good one. Depending on the situation, technically they should be out already. In that case, then it might take another 30 days to get them evicted.
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Joshua Jarvis, Real Estate Pro in Duluth, GA
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This is a serious situation and you should know before the auction what your responsibility is... don't leave it to chance and be pro-active. Know your rights and be prepared. Good luck to you and keep your head up high!
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Sheri,
The amount of time varies by lender but it is usually 5 days. I work with several different banks and REO companies and 5 days is a pretty accurate average.
If you are referring to an auction by a private company, that date all depends on what the seller has negoiated with the auction company and agreed to in their contract for sale.
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