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Real Estate How to Avoid Foreclosure FAQs
Financial misfortune can happen to anyone, and a major concern for any homeowner is facing foreclosure. Check out common questions and answers on avoiding foreclosure and saving your home. Are there alternatives to foreclosure I should look into? Are there ways to avoid foreclosure? Do Iqualify for any ... Read more

Buying a House in Oregon
House Prospecting in Oregon Oregon, the Beaver State, has beaches and an easy-going attitude that offers home buyers an interesting combination of city and country living. Before beginning your search, be aware of the legal issues involved in residential real estate transactions, such as disclosures, ... Read more

Home Buying Basics in Pennsylvania
Your real estate agent should also help you locate other professionals to assist you in the homebuying process, including mortgage brokers and home inspectors. ... Read more

Sell a House in North Carolina
Selling your house doesn't have to be complicated. By taking a few minutes to understand the process, as well as all the legal and financial issues involved, you can make things easier on yourself. The Real Estate Agent While you can certainly sell your home "by owner," you'll be responsible for setting ... Read more

Home Purchasing in North Carolina
With houses plentiful and interest rates low, now is a great time to think about buying a home. Just make sure you protect yourself. Purchase agreements, inspections, disclosures, and other steps will help ensure that your home sweet home is problem-free for decades to come. North Carolina law outlines ... Read more

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No, I'm sorry, but I dont' see any error.  You're going to have to move.  You're better off trying to negotiate a date that you will move out in exchange for some money.

You have not addressed whether or not you are still in the house, but I will assume so. If true, you cannot be evicted except by the County Sheriff.  That can only occur after the Judicial Sale ...Read more

Youll need to direct this to your BK lawyer.

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NEW JERSEY CONSUMER FRAUD LAWYERS

When an unsuspecting consumer has been taken advantage of, mislead, exploited or deceived by a product, service provider or corporation, it is an act of consumer fraud. Unfortunately,consumer fraud ha ... Read more

TOWSON REAL ESTATE LAWYER DISCUSSES FORECLOSURE AUCTIONS

On Tuesday the Court of Special Appeals issued an opinion in the case of Fisher v. Ward. This case is the latest in a long line of cases limiting the ability of owners facing foreclosure to challenge ... Read more

TOWSON REAL ESTATE LAWYER DISCUSSES FORECLOSURE AUCTIONS

On Tuesday the Court of Special Appeals issued an opinion in the case of Fisher v. Ward. This case is the latest in a long line of cases limiting the ability of owners facing foreclosure to challenge ... Read more

Mortgage Foreclosures and the "Soldiers and Sailors Act"

The mortgage foreclosure process contains many ins and outs that a homeowner needs to be aware of. One of these is the potential for relief for those in military service under the Soldiers and Sailors ... Read more

Five Tips for Handling a Mortgage Foreclosure Action

This article is intended to aid those dealing with the very stressful process of mortage foreclosures. 1) Examine any defenses and counterclaims you have under the law. In the mortgage foreclosure s ... Read more

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