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Mon Oct 10, 2016
Davidsellers49 asked:
I'M on a limited budget. I have been on disability for two years now, and I'm looking to relocate and have peace!
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Thu Feb 16, 2012
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Brownskin,
Here is a link to my blog that contains the article about this which includes the 5 major banks involved:

The biggest question is when will these banks start paying?

As Tim suggests, contact the lender who foreclosed on your home to find out more information directly from them.

Good luck to you!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Fri Oct 28, 2011
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
Of course as said before your Lease Agreement should outline these terms. On a different note, if these tenants are not willing to move in, they either found another place or more importantly may not treat your property with respect if they are forced to move in. At the very least they should pay some type of penalty. ... more
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Wed Apr 20, 2011
Dream Team1 answered:
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Sun Apr 10, 2011
Dallas Texas answered:
You can confer with the county tax office

Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Suzanna Woodhead answered:
Each county has their own website where you can find statistics on crime, schools and general information. Once you find some places that interest you start driving around and visit different areas. Spring is here and there are so many festivals and open houses to check out. Now you have a great excuse to explore the area. ... more
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Tue Apr 20, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
There's your first mistake. You only collected half the security deposit?

Read the terms of your lease. That's really what will guide you.

Probably--but it depends on the lease, so PLEASE read it--you can keep the security deposit. Also, your tenant probably owes you for the entire year. Lots of leases are written like: "Tenant agrees to pay $12,000, payable at a rate of $1,000 for 12 months." If that's the case, you an try pursuing her for the entire amount she owes you.

I'd take her to small claims court, even if the amount exceeds the small claims court limit. Just claim the maximum if what she owes exceeds the maximum. Realistically, the judge will probably only allow you the security deposit plus actual damages. But you might collect more. Or your tenant might offer you some more to drop the suit.

Next time, collect the entire security deposit.

Hope that helps.
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Sun Sep 20, 2009
Lanre Folayan answered:
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