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Do I Have Unclaimed Money or Unclaimed Property?
If your home is sold for more than what you owe on your mortgage and for taxes, you may be entitled to Surplus Funds, which in some cases could total thousands of dollars.
As per the law, after a set period of time elapses, the government may be able to permanently acquire your funds. That’s the solemn reason why surplus funds recovery firms like us exist, we ensure money is returned to rightful homeowners.
We put in extensive research and determine whether a homeowner is entitled to the “Surplus”. We go through millions of databases to track you down and ensure that you get what is legally yours.
Some of the most common reasons for funds becoming unclaimed can be a change of address, the owner is deceased or the assets or account has been left inactive for a certain period of time.
We locate homeowners who have lost their home to foreclosure sale & tax sale, research any lien holders who could possibly claim the funds, and determine who the legal claimant is. When the refund has been verified, we locate the legal claimant using internet searches and skip tracing services and contact them offering our services.