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The homeowner is in bankruptcy

First of all, you do not always once the legal advice to the homeowner, unless the offer in rare situations where you are a qualified attorney. Let's discuss the two typical types of bankruptcies that may occur.

Chapter 7 know – such as winding

Chapter 13 – known as Reorganization

With either type, you have to go to the Trustee of the Bankruptcy contact to get the property released from it.

You must receive a letter called "Affidavit of waiver for Real Estate & Asset"

This letter is clear, you can get titles, so you can close on the property with the buyer. Insolvency is a hold or "stay" on the Foreclosure process or any other debt collection period. This continues until it is completed or a "release of stay" is used by the judges of the Issued by lenders or lender's trustee to go to foreclosure.

If you try to do something with the homeowner while they may be bankrupt be considered "fraudulent conveyance" since the asset (property) that you want to buy, is not legally the owners are Control at this time. In fact, that a federal law that states that any transfer of the property is located while in bankruptcy is not valid! The bankruptcy has control over them. You see, when a person files for bankruptcy application is the Bankruptcy Court, a trustee / attorney to assign the debt for the homeowner unloaded until it is dismissed or manage.

The only way you can legally stop the act, bankruptcy or take advantage of the Bankruptcy Trustee Court to agree to release it. You need to Bankruptcy Court trustee or attorney and tell them you are interested in buying the house. Most of the time when they think has the object of equity, they will not go. It is therefore is essential to deal with them, to communicate a short sale and the property It is not worth what owe to them. Therefore, is essentially a negative equity. I've been through this process a lot and can tell you, it's not easy … but doable. You need all contractor reports, expert opinions, documents prepared, the Bankruptcy Court Trustee to send at a moments notice.

In my experience, it takes usually at least 20 days before receiving an answer. This is of course if they do not with other files before selling has been abandoned as never … secured. Before attempting to these ensure that the property that you have to do a significant upside down. I would say at least $ 30,000 profit or you are probably wasting your time. This can be profitable, but you have to select and choose your battles. Be sure and keep a pulse on how much time you have to sell before the sheriff.

If the bankruptcy Court Trustee undertakes to keep the property from the bankruptcy, you can expect to release the foreclosure process to begin very quickly. Keep a pulse on how much time You have to get it closed. It is best to have the buyer ready before you go public property.

For cases in bankruptcy, I get signed the deed and all other documents, but I do not know until I FILE The act, the bankruptcy is completed or dismissed.

Another thing: Even if … the BK was dismissed some tracks companies still need the "Affidavit" mentioned above filed by the lawyer that the BK for The homeowners filed … or use another attorney to obtain clear title.

I hope this helps.

Cory Boatright
Loss Mitigation Specialist

Cory has become an accomplished National Speaker, Trainer, Writer, Radio Host, Private Consultant and Musician. He also serves on the Board of Directors of a local landlord and property investor association called Millionaire Possibilities (MPREIA). He has been published in the Wall Street Journal for his successful business aptitude and has been truly blessed to pursue real estate as a full-time investor and Loss Mitigation Specialist. He and his wife (also his business partner) own several companies, including a Nationwide Loss Mitigation and Short Sale Company with a team of 4 full-time Debt Negotiators, have bought and sold millions of dollars in single family residences, duplexes, commercial property and land, continue to buy and hold properties for long term wealth planning and network with investors across the country. At the age of 31, the biggest lesson he has learned in his journey is this. “Be a solutions provider by asking how you can serve one another better. The rewards of servanthood are invaluable”- Cory Boatright

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