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ATTN: People knowledgeable about real estate law

Ben Weaver

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I don't know how to approach this. I bought an empty lot in September 2005 in Cape Coral, Florida. I stopped making payments on it in September 2007 and filed bankruptcy in August 2010 when I lived in Hawaii. I made a $14,000 down payment and paid around $800 per month for two years until the market bottomed out and I was upside down. I keep getting messages from people giving me cash offers for the property. I haven't paid taxes on the property since 2007 and didn't even know it was still in my name but I guess it is. Does anyone know how I should approach this? Do you think I could still make money off the lot even though I filed bankruptcy?
 
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