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1. You can't sell a home if the current resident is on the title UNLESS you have 2nd lien on the home?
2. Did you own the home without any mortgage to a company?
3. You would be required to research TAD determine what has taken place for the entire paper trail of transfer of title.
4. CONTACT an attorney ... however you MIGHT NOT have any recourse in this entire situation ONLY an attorney would know.
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Mr. Gimenez gave you a very good answer. The bottom line is that you have a very complicated situation, and it will require an attoreney to resolve it. Even though I have specialized in Real Estate law over the span of my 32-year carreer, Realtors are not licensed to give legal advice.
However, it is my opinion that from what you said, "you SOLD your house". Period. Once the title went into the other party's name, you probably have no further rights to the property. Didn't you get paid your equity at closing? What are you expecting from the property now?
Be sure you talk to an attorey who deals in Real Estate law. I suggest you call Paula Hester at Alamo Title Company in Colleyville. She is Board Certified in Real Estate Law.
Good luck, and please call me before you get engaged in another real estate transaction. That way I'll be able to give you better advice, and we'll make sure you're not getting screwed. This happens to FSBO's all the time, and buyers and sellers alike think they are saving money. Ha!
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