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Foreclosure in Lake Orion : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 14, 2017
Tmcgaughy1744 answered:
Say my daughter is living in my mothers house for the last year, my mother did pass way and the house is being forclosed on, please let me know what steps are after sheriff sale, mortgage company does know. ... more
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Wed Feb 15, 2012
Stephen Connolly answered:
This was good advice from Michael. I would contact a good short sale Realtor. I can give you a person who is regularly recommended for short sale advice in Oakland County. If you would like that information, I can forward his name and information to you. My contact information is below. Steve ... more
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Thu Aug 25, 2011
Karen Paytas answered:

Good Evening!! There are currently 14 homes available on Lake Orion. Send me an e-mail and I'll be happy to send you the listings. I can also set up an automatic search for when new properties come up or changes are made to existing listings.

Good Luck,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Real Living Kee Realty
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Wed Feb 9, 2011
Jackie Hawley answered:
You aren't going to be able to get a mortgage, but if you know a private investor who can pay what's needed to redeem then sell to you on land contract- that's a possible option. A couple of questions- is the price sold at the sheriff's sale greater than what you owe on the first? How large is your second and who is it with? The answers to these questions won't help you keep your home, but here in MI you can be sued for the losses the lien holders incur. If the first paid more at the sheriff's sale than you owe you shouldn't have any liability there. If you like you can contact me directly. I'm a local Realtor and my contact info is in my profile. ... more
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Thu May 20, 2010
Bob McClure answered:
good afternoon..the information you asked about is available at 1200 n. telegraph rd. in pontiac at the oakland county reigister of deeds (first floor)...during normal business hours..the redemtion is typically six months from the date of sale with a couple of exceptions..if you abandon the home, and the lender's collateral manager (or other buyer at the sheriff's sale) records an abandonment affidavit..the redemtion then is decreased to 30 days from the recording of the affidavit...if the sheriff's deed was recorded beyond the required twenty days of the sheriff's sale, then the redemption is six months from the date the sheriff's deed is some instances, there can be up to one year to redeem..if you have five acres or more or other offsetting cercumstances..etc...ask for the help of a real estate attorney to properly guide you...hope that regards..
bob mcclure-
first preferred mortgage-
southfield, michigan-
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Wed Aug 12, 2009
Jjinmichigan answered:
It must have to do with the job outlook in the area. If job outlook drops quite a bit, prices to drop accordingly..................
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