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Are you saying you didn't have notice of the foreclosure or didn't have notice that they went in and changed the locks and moved everything?
That is just awful, I am sorry to hear about that. They are allowed to secure the property but not possess it or throw away your stuff until they have a judgment for possession. Do you know if they ever filed an eviction/forcible detainer action after the foreclosure?
Yes, I agree with the turnaround. Alright, so yes, it seems that you would have a claim against the lender. Do you have questions about that?
Well if the real estate agent had some role in getting your stuff thrown out because he knowingly lied then sure you would have a claim against him.