Understanding What Happens After a Foreclosure...
In The event of a Tax Deed or Mortgage foreclosure, The county holds a foreclosure auction on your property due to unpaid taxes or Mortgage. The opening bid at this auction is for the amount of taxes or mortgage that is owed.
What most people do not know is that these properties sell for an amount that is higher than the opening bid and any profit remaining is due to the previous owner.
The county sends out surplus notifications letters, but most of the time it's to the last address on record so you are never informed.
Our job is to step in and assist you in filing this claim, we work directly with the county and can assist you in recovering these funds.
The beauty of working with us is that we charge NO upfront fees and only get paid a finders fee upon a successful claim, So you bear no risk at all.
Unclaimed State Funds
Unclaimed state funds are forgotten money from individuals. This might sound strange but it's true, many people have unclaimed funds that are due to them. When Bank accounts, safety deposit boxes, uncashed checks, money orders, insurance policies, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, trust funds, royalties, and escrow accounts go unclaimed, they end up in the state's treasury. These institutions are required to do an annual report to the state's treasury and after a few years of failed contact they turn these funds over to the state.
We work directly with the state and are licensed finders that will assist you in filing the claim to recover these funds.
We charge NO upfront fees and handle all of the filings for you!