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Originally posted by Jessicamsa
The best thing to do I suppose would be to stay in the home until you're no longer the legal owner of the home as far as taxes, etc go. At least you'd have a roof over your head.
I've heard that many banks lose the mortgage note and if you bring it up cannot prove that they have any claim to foreclose in the first place.
Originally posted by dawnstar
they get far enough through the foreclosure process to have an empty house, but then drop out, and don't follow through.
the result....you own a vadalized house you just don't know it, you get the tax bill, the fines and the harassment from the city about the unkept yard and run down house....
and well, the bank already got theirs, compliments of the taxpayer..