I am confused. If you are renting the house from the bank then you do not own the house. Also although I may not know a whole lot about bankruptcy, if you discharged the house in bk, do you still own it?... more
Have you tried sending copies by mail with a return receipt request and then by following up with a phone--at least you'll have proof they are in receipt somewhere in the building. Who knows how many daily faxes they receive and who knows on which desk they end up on--17 months is a long time--depending on what you're looking to do why not seek the help of an attorney specializing in real estate.
I'm not entirely sure but think it depends on name on the deed. Is uncle's name on the deed or is it just your name? You should check with accountant in the know. The government is looking at who bought the house...not who financed.... more
Amy it's hard to tell you a general time with out knowing the price range you are interested in. The homes priced below $250,000 are selling faster than the $500000 homes right now. As a average it is taking 3-6 months to sell a home in today's market. A well priced home in top condition is still selling within 30 days! Of course I would be happy to view your home and prepare a detailed market report if you would like. Just "Ask Amy"!... more