There were no other encumberances.
Contact the trustee that held the sale for a refund of the overages. You can find their info on the Notice of Sale or Default.See question
payoff for home was $225,500.00 house sold for $310,000 with no other liens or obligations.
Most likely. Contact the trustee that held the sale. They should be able to process it.See question
My house was auctioned off for $84,000 more than what I owed. Am I entitled to the overage?
You may be entitled to the overage. Contact the trustee that held the sale and they should be able to assist you. The trustee will be noted on the notice of default or notice of sale.See question
The same company that wants to represent works for the very company that foreclosed on us.
If your home sold at a sale and you have equity in it, contact the foreclosure sale trustee. They would be able to process your "refund." That may be why the law firm is contacting you. It could be they handled the foreclosure and are reaching out to you to let you know that you have $X amount coming back.See question
almost lost my house after a lay off from my job, and I had to pay allota money to keep my house. I received a 300 dollar check like everyone else, but.... If I sue them for fraud, do you think I could recoup some of my legal expenses, or should I...
As my colleague mentioned, how were you damaged? If you did receive a check for $300, did you have to sign away any rights to obtain it? Also you say you almost lost your house because of a layoff, how is that the bank's fault? Talk with a local attorney if you wish to proceed but these facts do not sound worth pursuing.See question
I had found an excellent rate last year via one of those websites (bankrate or whichever one it was). it was a better rate then I had at the time on my 30-yr fixed 253K mortgage. I submitted all the paperwork needed but there was a mishap and the ...
I agree with my colleagues. I am not aware of a remedy and they most certainly disclaimed against any liability in the application process.See question
My mortgage started out with Countrywide. They forged documents, changed numbers, and lied. Then it was BofA, who ignored the law. Now I have the loan servicer entering my house and leaving it unlocked (4 times so far) even though it is obvious...
You can argue and allege whatever you want but you need facts and law to support your position and prevail. You should consult with an attorney in your area that handles this field.See question
We have been making payments that do not show up as being made, we have made payments all year as part of a restructure agreement and they keep acting like they don't know what's going on. We keep getting the run around.
You should consult with a real estate or wrongful foreclosure type attorney. Avvo can help you find one.See question
My father passed away in April 2013 and my mother has been struggling to pay the mortgage on their home by herself. My mother owes approximately $200,000 and the market value of the house is $250,000. I would like to somehow assume the loan or pu...
Many loans are not assumable but sometimes the lenders will work with family members. You would need your mom to contact them. The sale also sounds like a valid option.See question
My primary residence is in CA; I live in it. Property value is $250k, I owe $650k ($550k mortgage loan plus arrears). BK7 discharged in 2010. Prior to BK7, I was paying $2000 monthly for interest only mortgage loan. I received 2 letters early J...
It all depends on your financial situation. If the trial plan is something you can afford and it will work for you, then explore it. If it is an amount that will not work or $1,000 higher than a phone conversation, call back.See question