They did tell me they are owner with me . So how they gone be owner with me and , and I owe ,300k , and the 5k too ? So its indy mac loans ,fannie mae on the debt ,how own this place me or them ,and what are they step to take me out of here ?
The answer is the same as when you posted earlier this evening. You need to take all your paperwork to a lawyer IMMEDIATELY to review. (In some cases all your stuff could end up on the street within a couple weeks or less, depending on what paperwork you have). There is no getting around the fact that yopu have a legal emergency that you cannot solve online, and that a delay in seeing counsel (if you had seen counsel earlier you might have avoided foreclosure) is dangerous. In the morning, call a lawyer and make your appointment.
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I have several questions for you. First, have you had an attorney review the foreclosure to see if was done properly? You may have a claim especially if this was a Fannie Mae loan foreclosed upon recently. It sounds like your foreclosure sales did occur, but either way you should contact a foreclosure attorney to discuss you options.
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If they already foreclosed, you may not end up owing them any money, but they could file something any time to have you evicted as if you were a tenant. If they have not foreclosed, but are behind, you could consider a bankruptcy or modification to save the house. Either way, the others are right, you need to see an attorney for a free consultation as soon as you can get in.
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