How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in Louisiana?
Since Louisiana is a judicial foreclosure state, the time frame for foreclosing on a Louisiana property can vary depending on the court schedule, just as it can in other judicial foreclosure states. It usually takes a lender about 6-9 months to foreclose on a Louisiana property.
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