In Texas, I am in a fierce lawsuit concerning a property in Dallas, Texas. I purchased the property at a Foreclosure Sheriff Sale in Dallas County where there were open bids on the property. The Chief Deputy assistance for the Sheriff Department told me not to do any repairs or anything to the property until the 180 days for redemption has expired. We did that the 180-day redemption period expired on 5-4-2015, afterwards we put a new roof on the house and purchased new appliances, painted the exterior, repaired the garage door and many other repairs and purchases, then we deeded it to the homeless veterans association
. Now it was a Homeowner
’s (H.O.A) Sheriff sale in which I purchased the house
Now 4 months later after waiting out the 180-day redemption period, a new mortgage
company came in and did a secret foreclosure on the property not recognizing me at all, but they foreclosed on the Deed of Trust
that was obtained in 2005, by the original owner who is same person the Sheriff Sale conducted sale for HOA
Foreclosure, they had all sorts of liens on the property mainly labor liens because the property had been “abandon” for the past 6 years and not serviced by the original owner or mortgage company. I am still in possession of the property I am officer of the homeless veteran association. My question that I am seeking assistance with is what do I do to protect my deeds and interest in this property. Will pay for advice on this matter.