If you are current on your payments they can't foreclose on you. When loans are sold the buyer of the loan can't change the terms either. Something here is wrong and I recommend you consult with an attorney regarding this as quickly as possible.... more
According to the Dickson County tax records, it was purchased October 10, 2006, for $136,000. Before that, it was purchased on May 21, 1996, for $122,000.
Understand, though, that the owner may have refinanced or have taken out a HELOC since then. So $136,000 may not be an accurate reflection of the current mortgage.
You can find that information by doing a search at http://publicrecords.onlinesearches.com/TN_Dickson.htm
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According to tax records there are two buildings sharing that address. One is 1928 square feet and built in 1966 and last sold in 1977. The other 1050 square foot structure was built in 1989 and last sold in 2002. Hope this information helps.... more