• What are Real Property Tax Liens? When a borrower doesn’t perform their financial obligations, a lender may legally seize and sell a home or other property. This method is called foreclosure. There are various [...]

  • Published On: December 24, 2023

    VA-GUARANTEED HOME LOANS FOR VETERANS Partial reprint from benefits.va.gov FOREWORD The main purpose of the VA home loan program is to help veterans finance the purchase of homes with favorable loan terms and at [...]

  • Published On: December 22, 2023

    What is the Arizona law on fees for excess sale proceeds?

  • Published On: December 22, 2023

    AZ Excess Sale Proceeds - Overview

  • Published On: December 22, 2023

    AZ Excess Sale Proceeds Law The Arizona Statute, A.R.S. 33-812 sets forth the procedure. Once the money has been deposited with the County Treasurer, the homeowner or other claimants can file an application for the money. If there [...]

  • Published On: December 22, 2023

    AZ Excess Sale Proceeds - Articles & Links

  • Published On: August 23, 2022

    Some persons will default as a result of bad advice (from a lawyer or otherwise) or stubbornness on a problem. The most cost-effective strategy to avoid a foreclosure or trustee’s sale is to pay [...]

  • Published On: August 12, 2022

    Expect the new owner to give you a Notice to Vacate and then file a Forcible Entry and Detainer action in court to have the court order you to move out. This increases costs [...]

  • Occasionally, the new owner will agree to rent to you for a limited period of time. Typically, you will be required to sign a signed rental agreement and pay rent. A “lease back [...]

  • If you do not make up your payments or file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the lender will proceed with the Trustee’s Sale as scheduled. You may still have some options after the house is [...]