Foreclosure Equity Recovery
At a foreclosure auction, a home is sold to the highest bidder, and those funds are used to pay what was owed on the home loan. Any money left over is the equity that was in the home. The money gets deposited with the government, and it takes a Court Order signed by a Judge to get the money released.
Can a Junior Lien Holder or Judgment Creditor claim the money? It depends on the individual circumstances of each case. In many cases a Junior Lien Holder or Judgment Creditor doesn't make an appearance in the case in the time frame allowed, in which case the Court will award the money to you. In other circumstances, we can assert your homestead rights and prevent a Judgment Creditor from collecting the money and the court will award the money to you.
If we have contacted you, it means we have reviewed your case, and we are confident in out ability to get the money for you. Once you retain our services, there is nothing else for you to do except sit back and allow us to recover your money. Our Agreements are Contingency Contracts, which means you do not pay us up front for our services. We are paid only when you receive your money. If we fail to get your money for any reason, you don't owe us anything. No Recovery, No Fee--that way you have nothing to risk and you only stand to gain.
The Sterling Agency has 30 years of asset recovery success. Put our experience to work for you.