GA Mortgage Lending Practices
Under the Georgia Fair Lending Act, is it unlawful for mortgage payments to be more than 29% of gross income?
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Re: GA Mortgage Lending Practices
I am sorry to hear about your situation-- it sounds like a real mess.
If you want to redeem your property, time is running out. You have 1 year from the date of the tax sale to redeem it.
However, judging by what you have stated, I think you might have a few possible causes of action against various parties. Feel free to e-mail me or call me so we can discuss your options.
Please note that no attorney-client relationship exists and the above is solely for informational purposes.
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