I have different commission programs available to home sellers that would cost you less money than you are willing to spend right now to sell your home all by yourself, in addition to more marketing to potential home buyers too. Please feel free to contact me at any time for additional information. Best of luck to you in selling your home!Stephanie Kimble
Do not send them any money! It is a well known scam.
I would consult an attorney about that. Under the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009, you have rights to stay in the property as long as you have a lease and pay the monthly amount stated in the lease terms. If you have a valid lease than the new owner has to abide by the lease terms until the lease is up. So your landlord may change, but your lease is still valid. The only exception I see is that if someone buys the property that is going to occupy the home as an owner occupant then they have to give you a 90 day notice to move out and find a new place to live, but you still pay for the time it takes you to do that.
A lien can be issued on the property, which would be public information. An HOA can even foreclose on the lien and in stop cases force sale of the property. I would consult an attorney about publishing personal information in a monthly newsletter.
Mary,Have you found an agent yet? I am available to help you with all of your Indiana real estate needs. Please feel free to contact me at anytime.
A short video about the HAFA program