I was 5 months behind on my mortgage. I just found out that my home was auctioned back to the bank on June 3rd. In Missouri the right of redemption only comes into play if you give advanced notice, so that doesn't help me at all. I spoke to an attorney who advised me to make sure the notices went into a county paper properly, which they did. The certified "notice of sale" was never delivered to me, I remember the rural postal carrier leaving a "sign here for delivery" slip in my box in early May, which I signed, but no certified letter was delivered.
Has anyone ever successfully had a mortgage company agree to a "recision of foreclosure", and if so, under what conditions?
Please someone give me advice, the attorney said there was nothing that could be done, but I am so shocked that this could happen.
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