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If you are a note holder an a property get forcloused on how

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If you are a note holder an a property get forcloused on how long do escrows by law to hold you money ?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
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They have to return the money in a "reasonable time" which is generally held by courts to be within 30 days of completion of the foreclosure and payment of all of the senior liens. Liens are paid off in priority of date of filing and as long as their is money left from the foreclosure sale they keep paying the liens until there is no money left, which means they may run out of money before some of the junior liens are paid. If there was not enough money from the foreclosure sale to pay the most senior lien, then the junior lienholders do not get to collect in the foreclosure.

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