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My house has been in foreclosure for 4 years. I have tried short sales, signing In lieu of deed, I don't know how to close this.

Irving, TX |

I use to get phone calls from them with an auto attendent giving me a phone number to call. You call they validate your current information, then transfer you to someones' voicemail that you never hear from. They changed the locks on the doors of my house so I can't get in. I'm still on the tax roll, so I get fined by the city for vacant house, yard, pool, etc. I'm unemployed so I can't afford much for legal advice. Where can I get help?

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Try the link to legal aid type contacts in Texas.

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You get fined from the city because you are still on the Deed. There is no legal action you can take to force a third party to foreclose or put their name on the Deed.

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