FL Real Estate
Florida Real Estate Questions? Ask a Real Estate Expert.
Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you today.Please bear with me a few moments while I review your question and respond.
If the foreclosure happens first then yes it would.If the sale can close here and taxes paid up then the sale would go through as the tax issue is resolved.Timing here determines whether the tax foreclosure precedes the sale.
Redemption Period After the Tax Sale. Following the sale, the purchaser must wait six months before it takes steps to foreclose your right to redeem. After foreclosing your right of redemption, the purchaser will own your home. You can redeem at any time up until the foreclosure is final (D.C.
Getting Your Home Back After a Property Tax Sale in D.C. | No
You could redeem it here all the way up until foreclosure, reclaim it and then sell it.But you have to do this prior to the actual foreclosure to save it .
I appreciate the chance to help you.
If you can rate 5 stars it is much appreciated.Good luck here.