Where are the foreclosure sales held?
The foreclosure sales are generally held at the county courthouse in which the property is located. We reserve the right to have the sale at another location, but the ad will so state. Here you will place a bid on a property in which you are interested with the representative from our office.
If I am the successful bidder, how long do I have to tender payment?
If you are the successful bidder, you will be required to tender payment to our office within 24 hours in certified funds. Certified funds can be in the form of certified check, cashiers check, or money orders. If you wish to wire the funds to our office, please contact us at 615-254-4430. There will be an additional wiring fee. Should you not produce the funds within this 24 hour period, the property may be sold to the second highest bidder at their highest bid.
Will the bid amount on the website ever change?
The bid listed in this website is for informational purposes only. The right is reserved to announce a different bid at the sale.
Can I redeem my property after the foreclosure sale?
No, the right of redemption is waived in the Deed of Trust. You must reinstate the loan before the sale.
Do you offer repayment plans?
No, you will need to contact your mortgage company and see if you qualify for a loss mitigation (also known as repayment plans or workable solutions).