Asked by Lynn Burke, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV • Sat Jul 27, 2013
The mediation resulted in the bank was found to not have negotiated in Good Faith and they were not issued the necessary Certificate to Foreclose. At this point it is December of 2011, she is old and sick, she tried I'm good faith to mitigate the damages of add fees, costs, taxes, late fees, inspection fees, that are currently at 100, 000.00 That could hand been avoided in Oct. Of 2009 had they accepted the deed in lieu they told her to offer. In Dec. 2011 the house was turned over to the bank. Keys gate openers etc. The bank had the locks changed. Placed no trespassing signs and she figured they would complete the foreclosure. That is also the time she stopped paying this HOA. The back had taken the house. There was no water it power to the house. The HOA hired a collection agency and the collector sold the property no Lien or NOD is filed in CC Records. . Wouldn't the HOA have to take title before selling it?
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