This is what I get when I google your prop:Found an interesting remedy though called Set Off, some states use Offset, same concept. It can be used in judicial or non judicial foreclosure if there are cross claims that offset the alleged debt. Here's a short and simple California Supreme Court case.
The lender owed the borrower a amount equal to the indebtedness under the note and the sale was overturned. What was owed wasn't damages but no reason it couldn't be. I figure the damages done to me by inducing default and preventing performance, loan charges imposed, preventing me from finding affordable terms by refinancing, legal and court fees, damaged credit, lost earnings etc., would offset nearly all my arrears. Still, I've learned enough about the legal system and its inability to provide equitable relief for what they perceive as "dead beat" homeowners to be too hopeful.
HOT Deal Alert: This property deal has a high potential return. Make sure you strike while it's HOT so you don't miss your chance at a high potential ROI. The potential return is based on the estimated resale value and estimated credit bid for the property, and doesn't consider any repair, legal or transaction costs due to the current condition of the property.
Please let me know you're OK. I know it's sickening. I have been sick for so long I can't even count the days..
My Love & thoughts & strength are always with you, my beloved friend. We'll get through it, together. Just think about how many , on bagels alone, support & love you.
Kisses from me.