Any advice for this kind of situation?.. - Posted by E
Posted by E on March 22, 1999 at 08:11:29:
I’m located in chicago and I’m representing an out of state owner on a property in Gary,IN. This is only 30min or less from me. Here’s the Story The property sold for a tax lien at auction, the owner sold the deed to the out of state investor( the one i’m working for). He’s never seen the property.
When I went to Gary to see the place it was a great chance for a quick flip. Although,I find out later someone has been working on the house. They installed a steel security door and did some roof work. The owner has no Ideal whose doing the work.
We have now found out that the tax lien buyers period of redemption for request of deed has expired. I have a copy of the deed myself. I have found a potential buyer who lives in that area. He informed me yesterday that someone has torn down my for sale sign and request for whomever is working on this house to please call me, due to the fact we hold ownership. I’m stuck now, How do I get this problem fixed. Should I get the sheriff?, the Locksmith?, or request an attorney through the out of state owner? Will I need limited power of attorney to handle this?, or walk away from this situation.
Any advice, comments, will be appericated