How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in Illinois?

Borrowers in Illinois have the right to redeem a property for seven months after they are served with notice of foreclosure. Accordingly, it takes about 210 days to foreclose on an Illinois property and that time frame may be extended if the borrower contests the foreclosure.

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