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Who Does A Foreclosure Referee Work For?

The foreclosure referee is typically an attorney who is appointed by the court to evaluate the existing mortgage, the property itself, and handle the sale of the property at a foreclosure auction.

They work for the court, and are expected to provide documentation of the elements of the foreclosure, follow the timelines required by law, such as publishing a Notice of Sale 28 days prior to the auction, and producing a new deed on the property for the new owners.

In a foreclosure case, the only official who works for you is the attorney you retain to represent your interests.

Call the Queens foreclosure defense attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-599-1111 for a free consultation.