I am new to this website & looking for help. Two years ago I purchased my first tax forfeiture property, which needed a way more work than I realized. Being in a small town, my plumber aka handy man, thought he could take on getting bids for electrical, do plumbing himself, install appliances, tubs, sinks and do the sheet rock & muding, etc. Great deal for me and the State agreed to sell it on a 4 year contract. I signed the papers and made the first payment. Long story short, my family & I cleaned and hauled out the mountain of trash. Hired the plumber to get started. All new plumbing and wiring, new furnace, central air, sheet rock 3/4th done. Let it set for winter & took on a partner to pay the 2nd payment in the spring. New bathroom fixtures and kitchen cupboards put in, waiting on inspection before going any further. My partner and my plumber are not speaking to each other now & I am caught in a financial struggle. Third payment to State is past due and nothing was done on the house all summer. With winter coming, I am ready to walk away. My funds are exhausted and my partner will not put anymore in because of the conflict with plumber/contractor. I either loose $10,000 grand if State takes it back or try to sell "as is" if I can! It is a great little 3 Bedroom, bath & half, totally re-done inside. Outside needs paint or siding & windows are not great, but a good house for older couple or someone just beginning. I hate to loose it after all this. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Signed, Very Stressed.