My house already sold at auction is there anything that can be done?
This is an actual comment from a client:
"The house was auctioned off but Countrywide bought it back. I have some one to buy it but they dont know. Is there anything I can do?"
Unfortunately if your house has already sold at auction there is nothing that can be done unless your state has a redemption period. If your state does have a redemption period you will have time to buy the house back from whoever purchased it at the auction. Check out our state foreclosure pages to determine if your state has a redemption period.
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