My question involves a foreclosure in the State of: MN
I have owned my home for 20 years. I lost my job and child support last fall in a 3 month period. I have a first mortage through Wa Mu and a home equity loan through Wells Fargo. The original sheriff's sale was set for mid August 2007. I had an attorney file bankruptcy the day before the sale was to happen. I have not had any corespondence from the bank since then. My friend called last night and was questioning me about it and told me to check for it online. Online, through the sheriff's office it says the house was sold back to the bank on Nov. 15, 2007. My redemption period ends May 15th, 2008. I went to see my attorney about a month ago and all he did was yell at me for not making a car payment on time (which it had been and he insisted it wasn't - I proved it) but he wouldn't give it up. He told me Wells Fargo only gives home equity loans to low life people who live in scummy mobile homes and all they are is a bunch of liars. I specifically asked what was happening with the house and he told me to wait until I received notice of another sheriff's sale. Wouldn't he have had this information in my file? I have always work and owned my own single-family home. Anyhow - is that a final drop dead date I must be moving out by? Why didn't I receive notice of the sheriff's sale Nov 15? Would calling the Wa Mu help or am I history? I have no where to go, no relatives, a son a his dog. Will and when would I receive an eviction notice? If so how much time would I have after that? Any other info you could offer would be great. That wonderful attorney is not answering my calls. Thanks much!