I have a property located in Queens County, New York. It has been in foreclosure with first Countrywide and then BoA for the past four years. I'm well aware of BoA's issues, but I need to know approx where in the timeline they are, e.i A range if time I have left before it hits the auction steps. I can share the Block and Lot and specific mortage and HOL upon request.
i can help you but i need the index number to look the case up and see what status it is in. there are may post judgment options. if you do not want to post the info on the site call my office at 718-263-6800 and press ext 6 for the paralegal she will forward it to me. also an email address or phone number, you can also email me at [email protected]
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The timeline varies greatly based on whether you contest the foreclosure, and whether BoA's attorneys move quickly. If you default and do nothing, it may take a little less than a year if BoA's attorneys push things along.
I am licensed only in New York. Offering information of a general nature in response to a question is not intended to be legal advice in your state.
BofA has an impossible load of cases and saves money by understaffing. They took so many toxic loans that they may never be able to deal with them all. You cannot believe one word they say. We regularly deal with their attorneys, only to find out that most of them are actively having another attorney for BofA attempt to sell the very same house. Relying on any number BofA may supply anyone is a very dangerous plan. Instead, you should immediately hire an attorney to sue BofA and enter into an active negotiation with them from a point of strength. We do this daily. And yes, I am licensed in NY.
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