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Foreclosure in North Dakota : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 8, 2016
Blassen82 asked:
How long before p.n.c. starts foreclosure on a home. In Michigan. What happens if the house has been condemned
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Thu Apr 7, 2016
Mpreese560 asked:
The foreclosure is in good shape bit there's a title issue. The title cannot be found and it's in litigation.
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Thu Apr 7, 2016
Mpreese560 asked:
The house is an REO with title issues and the listing agent says the property is in litigation. Recently the bank lowered the asking price by $3,600. Amazingly the property is in good condition.…
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Tue Dec 8, 2015
T e answered:
That's where it gets weird. The agent told our realtor that they won't accept a contingent offer unless our house is under contract. We got our house under contract but now they still won't look at it. The mortgage lender said our preapproval will be contingent on our house selling as well so we just hope they will reconsider. We don't want to have to back out of our sale. But we also don't want to be homeless in a market with very limited house options either. ... more
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Wed Jun 24, 2015
Dan Schwartz asked:
Sat Sep 21, 2013
Steve Parsons answered:
You need to contact an attorney, not a real estate agent.
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Mon Jun 10, 2013
Nathan Larson answered:
Here in Fargo, you could try meeting with the Village Family Service Center. They have some counseling and foreclosure prevention services that are available free of charge. Here is their website for more information:

I hope they can be of help to you.
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Sun Oct 24, 2010
Hi thegreat,

are you offering a reasonably priced double wide or you wish to buy a reasonably priced double wide?
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Thu Sep 2, 2010
Dp2 answered:
In a way, the option that they select to pursue shouldn't matter to you, because the net results are similar. So either the bank will come after you for the deficiency judgment, or the IRS will come after you for the unpaid taxes. ... more
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Wed Apr 9, 2008
Lloyd Ann Caston answered:
You would probably have the right to make the payments and continue to live in the house. In most instances the loan is in both names regardless of who the court has determined is responsible for making the payments. I am NOT A LAWYER....if this is happening to you then CALL YOUR ATTORNEY IMMEDIATELY. LIKE - TODAY ... more
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