Thank you both for your input!
@ Drew – Good point about the appeal. Do you know if there is a statute of limitation of the appeal? I know that they can
refile but what I don’t know if they can refile for the same issues or they
have to find new issues to put in the UD.
Right now the least of my worries is getting the foreclosure
off my record and I assume that will have to wait until I’m ‘out of the woods’.
As far as the quiet title, is there a reason why you think
it doesn’t make sense yet? I was hoping to hit them with that before they had
time to regroup and I’m hoping to have enough evidence of fraud against them to
keep them from contesting the quiet title.
I do expect a counterattack which is why I thought I could
get some thoughts on this but you better believe I’m ready for the next 8
Your second email asks about the lender. If you are talking
in the sense of the servicer, yes the bank (servicer) signed a substitution of
trustee over to a default services company who then foreclosed on me although I
question their authority as the real party of interest since MERS signed their
beneficiary rights over to the bank which is also in question. So the original
document that allowed the bank to believe they had the right to foreclose is
@ Jack – Believe me I do understand the ramifications of the
foreclosure. It’s been 8 months since the foreclosure and I have been walking
on egg shells ever since. I do believe I can win this fight and I will not give
up on my home of 16 years.