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- July 18, 2011 at 5:57 pm #351461
years ago a mortgage company was found guilty of selling mortages to 2 or 3 people without the owner knowing, so they went bankrupt. Homeowners went crazy trying to find who owned their home. This homeowner was contacted by the builder and told to start paying another mortage company. After a couple of years of paying 3 other mortage companies the homeowner was told that by the builder that he didn’t have a mortage company to service the loan. Ten years past and then the homeowner was contacted again by a lawyer who says he’s representing the builder. Should the homeowner get a lawyer? Was the builder not paid by the mortgage company? When the homeowner found out about what had happened with the first mortgage company, he had to pay taxes on his home because it had not been paid by the mortgage company and his house was up for sale for taxes. What can the homeowner do at this point, 30 years later.
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