Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Pennsylvania

how do you redeem a property in pennsylvania that has been sold via foreclosure?

Asked on 9/20/09, 12:48 pm

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John Gibson John W. Gibson, Esquire
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If it has been foreclosed upon and the deed has been transferred nearly the only option is to buy it back from the lender that foreclosed. This has been difficult for several years but I believe it is getting easier now since properties have lost so much in value and since usually it is not a lender foreclosing but an assignee of the lender. You would get in touch with the attorney that represented the foreclosing party.

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Answered on 9/28/09, 1:56 pm

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