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Bid Rigging at Trustee Foreclosure Sales

Bid Rigging In certain situations the courts have equitable discretion to extend statutory redemption periods and void foreclosure sales. Courts have the power to set aside a foreclosure sale or extend the redemption period if there has been “fraud, deceit, or collusion.”(E1) One type of collusion occurs when two or more bidders at a foreclosure … Continue Reading

Bid at Colorado Foreclosure Auction

What Do I Need to Know to Bid at Colorado Foreclosure Auctions? A. Tracking Sales The public trustees along the front range of Colorado generally have websites that allow investors and others to track the status of properties that are in some stage of the foreclosure process. For non-agricultural property, public trustee’s sales cannot be … Continue Reading

Foreclosure Investing in Colorado

I. Introduction In Colorado, the foreclosure process historically gave borrowers two opportunities to pull their property out of foreclosure. Prior to the foreclosure sale, the borrower (and others) could “cure” monetary defaults. After the foreclosure sale, the owner could “redeem” the property. For foreclosures filed after January 1, 2008, the time period which would otherwise … Continue Reading

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