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Sun Feb 26, 2017
V.triscornia asked:
Fri Jul 4, 2014
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Sun Apr 21, 2013
Bruce Ailion answered:
In most cases that is true, owners be they banks or individuals have an interest in renting or reselling the property. There are federal rights for tenants in foreclosed properties. You should review these. Some owners would want you to stay and pay rent, others would want to sell and pay you to leave without a fight. Beyond your legal rights it depends on the type of lender or buyer who purchases and their objectives.

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Mon Oct 10, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
Nan trulia only accepts listings from licend agents and brokers, therefore only your agent can edit your listing if they added it to trulia, you should contact them directly
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Fri Aug 27, 2010
Solomon Greene answered:
Aaaa,

I would check with an attorney on this one. Some things to consider.

1. How long has this property been heir property?
2. Who has been maintaining it (paying the taxes and for upkeep)
3. Has that maintenance been notorious (have the neighbors seen you, for example, caring for the property regularly)?

If you have been occupying and maintaining the property for ten years, ask your attorney about how adverse possession works or whether that might apply here.

Solomon Greene
REALTOR® Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
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