Moon Lake Condominium Association v. RBS Citizens Bank

As the real estate market contracted over the past decade, surplus proceeds, resulting from an overbid at foreclosure sale, occurred infrequently. However, as the property market rebounds, the mortgage servicing industry is likely to see a rise in competitive bidding at Sheriff’s Sales, netting a greater number of excess funds.     Read the article……….


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