Foreclosure is a complex process with many “what if” scenarios to consider. We can help you navigate the process by sharing our knowledge and work through what solution is best for your unique situation. If we can’t provide answers, we have trusted legal counsel who can and we will cover the attorney cost if we have an agreement in place to buy your home. Some possible solutions might be a quick cash closing, a traditional sale, sale of your redemption rights, etc.
Yes, you have the right to live in and/or sell your home throughout the foreclosure process and, even until the end of your redemption period, which starts the day the house sells at the Sheriff Sale.
In Kansas, this is an open auction led by the Sheriff’s Department at the county courthouse. The foreclosing party sets the opening bid amount with the winner being the highest bidder. If there are no third party bidders, the house goes back to the foreclosing lender. Cash is due the day of the sale from third party bidders and is held by the court until the end of the owner’s redemption period. The owner’s redemption period, which is typically 90 days, starts the day of the Sheriff Sale. If the house sells for over the opening bid at the sale, the owner is entitled to the funds above and beyond the opening bid minus any other costs the foreclosure case orders to be paid.
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