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How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in Ohio?

Usually, it takes about five to six months to foreclose on an Ohio property. That estimate includes the time that it takes a lender to go to court, provide public notice and conduct the foreclosure sale. If the borrower objects to the foreclosure then the time that it takes to foreclose the property may be lengthened.

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