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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Carol asks…

how long in texas do you have to get yoru stuff out of your home once it is in foreclosure?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

3 years

Your Questions About Foreclosures

James asks…

how can i stop foreclosure on my home with little or no money to work with,am in texas and 5 payments behind?

all the stop foreclosure sites want money up front but am really not sure they can really stop foreclosure

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Take a look at this page for more detail on some of your options!!!!

Http://www.thetruthaboutmortgage.com/foreclosure-help/

You need to do something quickly before your options run dry.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Robert asks…

is there a totally free source of information re: bank foreclosures in the central Texas area?

How can I locate the bank or lending source that holds the mortgage on a particular property? Thank you.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Try these..

Http://www.realtybid.com/home/home.cfm You can even sign up to have new listing e-mailed to you as they come on the market in your area..BUT a Realtor has to actually bid on the properties for you..

Http://www.ocwen.com/Home.cfm this is the VA repo web site..

You might also contact a few of your local Realtors and have them e-mail you listings that come up..

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Daniel asks…

I bought a timeshare in Las Vegas. If it goes into foreclosure can they garnish my wages if I live in Texas?

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

No they can not garnish your wages.

They only have rights to your federal taxes, any property you own outside of TX, bank accounts anywhere and money earned outside of TX.

They can however sue you in civil court for fraud, so I hope you were on the up and up about everything you signed your name to. Timeshares are typically aggressive legally and I have never heard of them loosing a case, those contracts are iron clad.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Chris asks…

Why don’t Dems point out that foreclosure rates are low except for mainly states with high illegal immigrant?

… populations?

Like CA, NV, AZ?

Foreclosure rates in PA and NJ are about 1 in 1800. Foreclosure rates in the 3 big illegal immigrant states are about 1 in 195.

Of course, the foreclosure rate in Texas is only about 1 in 900 since Texas isn’t a liberal bastion.
Don’t you love how Libs ignore FACTS and say foreclosure rates are high everywhere?

VT – 1 in 63,000
WV – 1 in 22,300
ND – 1 in 9,900
NE – 1 in 3,400
SD – 1 in 3,700
WY – 1 in 4,100
NY – 1 in 2,900

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Because your claim is false. See this map of foreclosure rates in 2010: http://www.realtytrac.com/trendcenter/

GA, ID, IL, MI & UT have high foreclosure rates, but not many immigrants.

———– update ———-

Funny thing about NV (a state nearly as far right as TX, and with low illegal immigration): according to http://www.realtytrac.com/foreclosure/foreclosure-rates.html in Q3 2009, NV had the highest foreclosure rate in the USA, with 1 in 23. More details about NV here: http://www.responsiblelending.org/mortgage-lending/tools-resources/factsheets/nevada.html Where did you get your numbers and what time period do they cover?

Also, VT is consistently among the lowest foreclosure rates and it’s a liberal bastion, so much so that VT Senator Bernie Sanders describes himself as a “democratic socialist”. So much for you claim! See http://sanders.senate.gov/newsroom/news/?id=7b6eba9b-67f5-4d8f-bc75-ce63a07035d2

———– update 2 ———–

Notice how I back up all my claims with links? Why can’t you conservatives do the same??
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