A property can go to Auction, however that does not conclude the transaction. Expert advice is always recommended. As with Short Sales, third party approval is required, and pending other liens either Junior or subordinate can muddy the waters.... more
I would advise consulting with both a reputable architect and builder. These professionals can work with you in addressing the issues you have mentioned. If you like the neighborhood and your particular piece of property, you might find renovating the kitchens and bathrooms will give you the newer home you are looking for.
Juliette Gorham Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty... more
This is an older question however a great one worth answering none the less. The answer is YES! Every State has different laws pertaining to foreclosure , time frames and appeals however there are very specific laws that even at this late stage-an evictiion notice can stop the procedure and allow the home owner more time. Obviously it depends on a variety of issues however I specialize in this exact type of Real Estate in NJ and would be happy to answer any questions and send you an out line of time frames, appeals etc. and the law as it pertains in NJ.
Terrie O'Connor Realtors
I, as an agent, asked the same question recently. I had a "sold" listing which I no longer wanted posted as actively "for sale". There was a new category under "options" which now allowed agents to change the status of their listed properties. If your property was listed through a Realtor, ask him or her to do it for you. If you were a FSBO, then I would e-mail the Trulia customer service contact for directions. Either way, congratulations of the sale of your hose and good luck in the new one!... more