How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in South Carolina?

South Carolina is a judicial foreclosure state and as such the time that it takes to foreclose on a property is largely dependent on the court. That means that there is a wide variance in the time that it takes to foreclose on a South Carolina property. That said, most foreclosures can be completed in about five or six months barring court delays or extraordinary circumstances.

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