How Does a Lender Start a Trustee’s Sale?
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Charity is in the heart of man, and righteousness in the path of men. Pity the man who has lost his path and does not follow it and who has lost his heart and does not know how to recover it. When people’s dogs and chicks are lost they go out and look for them and yet the people who have lost their hearts do not go out and look for them. The principle of self-cultivation consists in nothing but trying to look for the lost heart.
Mengzi Meng-tse (c.370-300 BC), Chinese Philosopher
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WHAT IS A TRUSTEE’S SALE or FORECLOSURE?
EVICTION or FORCIBLE ENTRY and DETAINER “FED” – FAQ
See also article by Andy Hull Dealing with the Tenant’s Personal Property.
Link to some short videos about the possible eviction process:
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What is a trustee’s sale? A lender uses a trustee to collect the money they have invested in the property by selling the real property at a public auction. If others bid at the auction then the lender is paid. If there are no bidders, then the lender becomes the owner of the property.
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