Posted 01 August 2013 - 09:53 AM
My house is being taken for back property tax. I found out by calling the county treasures office, who the tax lien was sold to. So I contacted the investment company, they told me not to worry about having to move out. They don't want the home. They just want the money back they invested. So then I was advised to wait to the dead line, and let the deed transfer, then she would set up a contract and sell back to me. SO SHOULD I TRUST TO LET MY DEED http://thepersonalinjurydirectory.com/ GO AND TOTALY LET OWENERSHIP GO?
I have other options as the home is mine until dead line.
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