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Foreclosure in Frederick County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 20, 2015
Karen Peyton answered:
We won't be able to help you. No one knows your situation or who foreclosed on your property. You need legal advice. As such, your best bet is to see a real estate attorney. They can sort things out and inform you of rights of redemption and applicable timelines, according to state law.

Best of luck!

K.
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Sun Apr 25, 2010
Lori Jeltema answered:
Did you read ALL the bank addendums? I'm sure that somewhere..way down deep...there was some sentence regarding the banks right to withdraw or change details at any time. The seller may have put in there that they have the right to terminate or renogotiate if they do not receive a certain net. How did you 'agree'? Did you agree in writing AND receive the final paperwork back from the bank outlining those terms? The paperwork likely says something like 'no prior oral discussions or representations, if any, by Seller or itsagents are binding.. it's frustrating. Hope it works out. ... more
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