"He wanted to try a short sale months ago but I refused honestly just because I wanted to ruin his credit since Im not on the loan, but now I think I might have messed up by doing that! HELP!"
Oh, the irony. . . . You'd most likely be included in any foreclosure action, because your name is on the deed. You could try to hire an attorney to help you get removed from the foreclosure lawsuit; yet, your aforementioned statement also might come back to haunt you later.
You and your soon-to-be ex still do have other options to possibly avoid the foreclosure, but you both would need to move on this expediently.
Please don't mistake my comments as any form of legal advice.... more
Richard: Lieu in french means instead of. From the gis in Burke co you owned your property then put the doublewide on it in dec. 2007. I live close to you in Drexel and can come by tonight to get a copy of your contract and have the broker in charge look it over to tell you what to do if that is ok. Just trying to help you with your situation. A deed in lieu of foreclosure is when they try to get you to sign everything over to them voluntarily, This will a release you from your indebtedness but they get everything. If the Land is not in the loan for part of your down payment then they can only get the doublewide. anyway I will see you Tonight cell number is 828 413 7948 Thanks Rose Date 2/26/2009... more
For government-backed loan foreclosures (FHA loans), visit http://www.tenmanagement.com/listings/state.do?code=NC and select your county. For most tax foreclosures, you can go to your register of deeds at the court house to get a list of upcoming foreclosure auctions.... more