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Answered: Best way to obtain contract work with foreclosure mediation firms

I think the best way to go about it is to gather up list of foreclosure mediation firms and observe for hiring. If this would take time than expected, you can politely approach them by contacting them directly through any means you could contact them. It could be either though email, phone, or a ...

Answered: What happens when mediation does not work out?

If the mediator you are working with is also a divorce lawyer, they will draft the agreement and once you sign and notarize it, you have a valid contract. Once the judge signs it you have a court order. If you go to a mediation, make agreements but no one writes it up, it is worthless because you ...

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Answered: What happens in a foreclosure if the lender used ...

Generally the lender breaks the chain of tile by doing so and therefore seperates the deed from the note. You can read more on this at @

Answered: No mortgage on home, but HOA filed foreclosure, my rights in the State of

You have the right to pay the arrears and stop the foreclosure or contact the HOA and do a workout arrangement. You are a sitting duck for being exploited (having the house taken from you) if you do not pay up or make arrangements. Good Luck!
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