Sometimes, properties sold as foreclosures may have debts connected to them, such as construction loans, home equity lines of credit or unpaid tax obligations. While some such burdens may follow the previous homeowners, in other cases they may remain with the properties. In these situations, buyers may take on responsibility for those debts when they take ownership of the homes. Therefore, it is important for people to fully understand any financial burdens associated with foreclosure properties.
If you default on your home loan payments in Arizona, the servicer (on behalf of the loan owner, called the \"lender\" in this article) will eventually begin the foreclosure process. The method will most likely be nonjudicial, although judicial foreclosures are also allowed. Arizona law specifies how nonjudicial procedures work, and both federal and state laws give you rights and protections throughout the foreclosure.
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Tips for Buying a Foreclosed Property: Start by searching for available pre-foreclosure properties in your area. These properties aren't usually listed for sale, which means there's less competition from other buyers. Additionally, pre-foreclosures are often sold below market rate, making them great real estate deals. Don't miss out on this opportunity to get a great deal on a foreclosed property.
A note regarding Deficiency Suits: A lender may not bring a deficiency suit against a person who lost a property that is 2.5 acres or less at a foreclosure, provided the property was a single one-family or a single two-family dwelling. This is so even if the high bid at foreclosure was less that the balance due on the loan. However, in foreclosures against other types of property, a deficiency suit is allowed, but is limited to the difference between the balance owed and the fair market value of the property, and then only if the suit is brought within ninety (90) days of the power of sale foreclosure.
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Question: I belong to a Property Owner's Association. The manager and the original Developer states we do not follow ARS Title 33 because the Association is a non-profit corp. and does not own property. We are all mandated members that must pay dues to maintain the roads that are dedicated to public use. We have bylaws, CC&R's. Is this true The developer is getting properties back thru foreclosures and says he does not owe dues and is using his 10-1 votes from the foreclosures. Our CC&Rs say that if the first mortgagee gets property back they are not liable for past dues, but from acquisition. Help 59ce067264