Did You Already Lose Your Home at Auction?
Do You Feel Like the Bank Wrongfully Foreclosed On You?
We Believe you Might Have a Good Case to Reverse the Sale if….
- You Qualified for HAMP or an “In House” Loan Modification
- Bank Virtually Guaranteed a Loan Mod (pre- approved) and Sold
- Bank Told You That You Were Pre-Qualified and Later Foreclosed
- Trustee Sale Postponed But Re-Set One Week Later after Approval
- Bank Said the Sale Should Have Postponed and Then Did Not
- Trustee/Attorney Refused Postponement Fannie/Freddie Approval
- Bank Could Not Get Investor Response and Home Sold For Less
- After Foreclosure Bank Said Still “Under Review” For a Loan Mod
- Irregularity in the Conduct of the Lender, Service, or Trustee
- Inadequacy of the Sales Price at Auction
Homeowners who have already lost their homes to foreclosure sale are looking for solutions to get them back. Many we’ve seen have contacted loan modification companies, attorneys, nonprofits, and government agencies in an effort to save their home from foreclosure, all of which have informed them that they do not qualify for any plan to get their properties back once a foreclosure sale has been completed.
This simply is not true. There are remedies available after an auction has taken place. A sale can be reversed and the owners given back ownership of their house even if the property sold to a third party. One of the main problems is that few companies or foreclosure specialists know about these last resort methods. However, homeowners need to be aware that these methods to reverse a foreclosure sale may be very difficult to pull off but can be achieved.
We May Be Able To Reverse Your Foreclosure, Get Your Home Back.
At Home Retention Services We know Foreclosure Law in ALL 50 States.
We typically can get you back on title within 2 to 8 weeks and you can continue working on your loan modification or short sale without a sale date hanging over your head. Typically when a sale is rescinded the lender MUST start the foreclosure process all over. In some cases you will get your home back at a price that which it sold for. It doesn’t matter if it was taken back as REO or sold to a third party. In most states there is a redemption period and it takes approximately 30 days to transfer title to the new owner.
If you have lost your home to foreclosure call the experts at Home Retention Services and see if we can help.