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I was in the middle of a short sale with a third party when my loan was sold to Fannie Mae. I found out in October, from the company I was doing a short sale with that my house had foreclosed in August, within weeks after it was sold to Fannie Mae from Chase. I was never notified about the sale to Fannie Mae or the foreclosure. The house was under construction and although it was my primary residence, I was not living in it at the time. The third party assured me that they were not foreclosing on my home and supposedly they were as shocked as I was to learn they had foreclosed. I live in MA and I want to know if I can lawfully do anything against the third party or Fannie Mae or if I am just SOL….. any help would be appreciated…

Thank you!

3 Thoughts on Can a mortgage company foreclose on your house without notification?
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    glenn
    November 4, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    The laws about this are regulated by each state and are different.
    In Texas they have to send a registered letter and also tape one to the door. It is possible you didn’t get either one- Some jerk could have pulled the copy off the door and the registered letter does not have to be received- just mailed.

    I have one client that had their house foreclosed incorrectly and got it reversed. But it is being foreclosed again- this time correctly.

    It is almost always ok for the lender to sell or transfer the loan to anyone they wish- so the transfer to fannie mae is very normal.

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    talia_ac_td
    November 4, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    Real estate lawyers in your area usually will answer questions for free and it sounds like you are going to want the advise of an attorney.

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    ForeclosureDataBank
    November 4, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    You should always be notified of anything. Try speaking to the bank, and if that doesn’t work you should contact a lawyer.

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