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I am very sorry to hear about this situation. Once the home is auctioned off, then the buyer becomes the new owner. Very often, the lender is the same entity that ends up buying the home.
Once this happens, you become a "tenant at sufferance" on the property, essentially meaning that you are there at the discretion of the new owner. The new owner can then ask you to leave. They would normally do so by sending a notice of 30 days. If you do not leave within 30 days, they can file for an eviction.
There is a redemption period, but it is short. You can utilize the redemption period by making payment in full of the sum of the unpaid loan plus costs. There is a time limit of only ten days to undertake such redemption after the foreclosure sale.
You cannot request a longer time to stay in the home, I am sorry to say. You can technically appeal the decision of the court and if you do, file a motion to disallow eviction while the appeal is pending. However, the appeal will normally cost money and would normally not be successful.
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