Has Your Property Been Foreclosed On?

Has Your Property Been Foreclosed On?

Angle, Rupp & Rupp can help you obtain any surplus funds.

When financial troubles arise, homeowners can often lose their property to the bank for being unable to make mortgage payments, or to the local government for not paying property taxes in the foreclosure process. Most homeowners are unaware that this process could result in extra money being deposited with the clerk of court until the homeowner files a petition for surplus funds. The process is complicated and you typically need an attorney to assist you.

The attorneys of Angle, Rupp and Rupp can help you obtain what is rightfully yours. For further information on surplus funds, contact us at (828) 265-0016 or read our post on foreclosures and surplus funds.

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