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Whether it be from an apartment eviction or a foreclosure

Whether it be from an apartment eviction or a foreclosure eviction. Can your property be thrown either in the street or taken to the dump on the day of the eviction? Do you have a period of time to retrieve your property? Or is it placed in some type of storage for a set period before thrown away or auctioned?

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Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from collecting debt from a foreclosed property?

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I am buying a property that was bought in a foreclosure. The

I am buying a property that was bought in a foreclosure. The current owner bought it on the courthouse steps but never formally evicted the previous owner. They do not live at the residence but I need to know once we own it if we have to go through an eviction process to do anything with the house and his things left on the property

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On January 2 my purchase contract was accepted HUD /

On January 2 my purchase contract was accepted for a HUD / foreclosed property. A day before inspection, appraisal, the sprinkler pipe burst, flooding the main level. In the past five mos. Chronos, HUD's facility mgmt/asset mgr, promised to repair the damage and now wants me to get a 203K loan and give an $8000 credit towards repairs which reflects their contractor's bogus estimate. A mold/water expert/contractor gave an estimate of $45K to repair, as now mold has continued to grow and damage has worsened during these mos (in MN), as they've delayed. My realtor said because it's now a sellers' market, Chronos is probably playing hardball so I walk away from the contract and they sell for more. The home was in a livable state initially, just needed appliances and some paint and cleaning. Now it is a sick building and uninhabitable and it seems they're not honoring the deal to sell me the home as agreed in the original condition.I now cannot afford a home in our school district. Recourse

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Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from

Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from collecting debt from a foreclosed property?

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Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from

Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from collecting debt from a foreclosed property?

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How do I get my foreclosed property back?

How do I get my foreclosed property back?

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Is there anything I can do to prevent a lien holder from collecting debt from a foreclosed property?

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What is the procedure a purchase offer on a

What is the procedure for submitting a purchase offer on a foreclosed property and what are the major issues to be concerned about?

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