Mortgage company will not remove our names from title
Date: Thu, 01/20/2011 04:23
We filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2008. We included our home mortgage in bankruptcy. We moved out of home. After our bankruptcy was discharged in 2009 the mortgage company did not take the home. It was removed from the sheriff's sale and is just sitting vacant now almost 3 years later. The taxes are mounting and the city has put weed liens on it.Our names are still on the title.. We are also responsible to keep insurance on house to protect ourselves. Can we pay back taxes and move back in. If taxes are not paid it will be sold at tax sale..:?:
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