Saturday, January 11, 2014
Phoenix-area foreclosed owners could get thousands
Foreclosures generally don’t have an upside. But more than 1,000 owners who lost their metro Phoenix properties may be eligible to get back thousands of dollars in cash.
Rising home prices mean that houses taken back by lenders are selling for much more — sometimes more than what the borrowers owed. Excess proceeds of sale occur when a foreclosed property goes to auction and sells for more than the amount owed on it.
After the lender is paid off, the remaining money goes to the Maricopa County Treasurer’s Office. It remains there for three years.
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