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foreclosure timeline by Charlie (TX) on May 9, 2018 @20:02

                              
I've been renting a two bedroom house from an elderly woman since 2013. When I first moved in the rent was $850 per month. However in 2015 she sent me a notice that the rent was going to go up to $925. I had just lost my job because of a minor violation that caused me to be arrested and wasn't able to pay anything, much less $925. I tried to call her to explain, but she would never answer the phone. I wasn't able to pay and since she wouldn't pick up the phone I didn't try to call back.

I still haven't been able to find work or pay any kind of rent yet, but I've been getting notices taped on the door from what looks to be a bank. I think they may be in the process of foreclosing on my house and I'm a bit worried. How long do I have before the bank will own it and force me out? The bank can't sue me for living there can they?
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Re: foreclosure timeline by Anonymous on May 9, 2018 @20:10 [ Reply ]
Foreclosing on YOUR house? You not paying rent for 3 years is probably the reason the bank is foreclosing on HER house. Why didn't you move out as soon as you knew you couldn't meet your obligation(s)?
Re: foreclosure timeline by Anonymous on May 9, 2018 @21:02 [ Reply ]
If she hasn't kicked you out yet, that's implied consent. You're a legal resident and I'd stay there until the sheriff physically removes you. It won't show up on your record anywhere. Really you probably have two more years of completely free living.
Re: foreclosure timeline by Anonymous on May 10, 2018 @01:54 [ Reply ]
Hold on, let me! "Thanks for the reply, Archie Bunker!"

Ha....ha.....

No???? Nothing?????

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