â‰ˆâ‰ˆâ‰ˆ Mott Marvin Kornicki, REALTORÂ® â‰ˆâ‰ˆâ‰ˆ
Aventura | Bal Harbour | Sunny Isles Beach
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At what stage is the foreclosure, do you know? You should be able to make a deal with the lender to stay through the end of your lease.
You should talk to a real estate lawyer. Be sure that any security deposits and prepays are not in danger.
Sorry to hear you may be a victim of an unscrua pulous owner.
Are you sure the owners is not attempting to get a loan modification? Is the property listed as a "short sale" on http://www.Realtor.com? Are you showing the house to potential buyers? Have you been served with foreclosure documents notifying you of an "auction" date?
There are certain protections for tenants in foreclosure situations that may allow you to continue living in the house as long as you continue to pay "fair market" rents. If your rental agreement is for "below market" price rent then you may not be able to force the lender to allow to continue living there after the house is foreclosed.
Give us more details about the "foreclosure"... is the courthouse "auction" date April 25th or is this just a "Lis Pendens" preliminary filing?
You may need to seek legal advice before handing over any more rent money to this possibly unscrupulous seller. Lastly is the person you are paying rent to the actual owner on public records? I've heard of thieves renting out places they do not even own. If that is the case, call the FBI immediately! Hopefully they can catch the thief!