Do I have a right to sell my property if it is in foreclosure? You do have the right to sell your property whenever a foreclosure action is filed. You can sell the property any time prior to it being sold in a foreclosure sale by the clerk’s office. Presently, the foreclosure act is being concluded through a foreclosure sale online by the clerk. So, just because you have received a foreclosure complaint does not mean that you cannot sell your property.
Many people do, and it’s usually a short sale, meaning that the lender accepts the net proceeds in full satisfaction under a mortgage, so you’re selling it for less than the amount owed. So, don’t give up because you get served with a foreclosure complaint. You’re still in a position to sell your property at any time.
So, if you have any questions about selling your property, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.