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  1. Can a Resident Acquisition Back His House After it Was Lost to Foreclosure? I get asked the same question on a continuing basis particularly by residents being foreclosed on and by financiers who are taking care of a homeowner in foreclosure. These homeowners in foreclosure do not desire to lose their home and inform the financier that they would like to re-purchase their home by doing a brief sale, at the foreclosure auction, or directly from the investor after he/she purchases it as an REO. I am not discussing a lease choice when a financier comes in and re-instates an overdue mortgage, has the house deeded to himself, and rents the home back to the property owner until the homeowner exercises the option to buy the house later on. I am speaking about a property owner who will or currently has a sale date arrived the foreclosure procedure for the foreclosure auction. Sadly a couple of unethical financiers made the most of homeowners in repossession to do lease option transactions with the intent of getting a deed to the home and getting the "brand-new" homeowner-tenant out. The homeowner/tenant was quickly evicted on the premises of onerous lease clauses. This was a legal however immoral technique of getting homeowners to deed their homes away thinking they would be continuing to be in their houses till their finances where corrected out. The financier normally kept the homeowner's original home mortgage in place, and merely made the home mortgage repayments until the financier sold the home. A growing variety of states are prohibiting lease-options with homeowners in foreclosure or heavily controling the parameters of these deals consisting of the time to treat (make excellent) any late lease payments. The following response will vary state-to-state and whether or not any deed constraints are put on title when the residential property is taken back in repossession. Always ask a neighborhood Personal Injury Attorney Las Vegas about exactly what is the appropriate response for your state. There is absolutely nothing naturally illegal about repurchasing your home after suffering a foreclosure. Nonetheless, if you committed fraud when experiencing the foreclosure, you will suffer consequences. Even if scams is absent, you will have a difficult time proving there had not been scams. For example, let's say you have an impressive first home mortgage in the amount of $200,000.00 and an impressive equity line of credit or second mortgage for $100,000.00. You decide that you have the money to settle the first mortgage but you want relief from the 2nd home loan. The first mortgage owner forecloses, obtains title and you or someone on your behalf goes to that lender to settle the quantity due and then you reacquire your home. Remember, the owner of the 2nd home loan was foreclosed out offered he was joined in the foreclosure fit. When you or somebody on your behalf obtains title and you subsequently reacquire your title, the legal doctrine of "revival of subordinate lien" comes into play. This doctrine is an item of Florida case law (always evaluate your state's case law with a qualified regional lawyer) and the cases are rather old and hold that the subordinate lien, i.e. the 2nd home mortgage restores. Therefore, in its most simplistic sense, and as a practical issue, the metropolitan legend is right since it will be practically difficult for you to obtain clear title insurance when you reacquire your house. Obviously, as with the majority of legal issues, there are a large variety of fact patterns which affect the outcome in any specific case. There might be particular circumstances where the reacquisition can be achieved. In fact, if you acquire any house while you have general liens against you, like tax liens or judgments, such liens will affix as quickly as you purchase something new. The slogan is, however, do not fall for your home, clear up your finances and afterwards buy another house. There are always plenty of homes available.