Understanding the Foreclosure Process
Foreclosure Redemption Period
Foreclosures Vary by State
Statutory Rights of Redemption
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
Additional Foreclosure and Alternatives Articles
- A Homeowner's Rights During Foreclosure
- How To Avoid Foreclosure
- The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007
- Can I Use a Loan Modification Program in Order to Save my Home from Foreclosure?
- Renters Now Protected in Foreclosures
- Foreclosure & Strategic Default (Walking Away)
- What are Credit Counseling Agencies?
- Foreclosure Protection for Victims of Hurricane Sandy
- Different Types of Foreclosure
- How Can a Creditor Repossess Property?
- The Foreclosure Timeline
- Defenses to Repossession
- A Plain Language Explanation of Your Options for Avoiding Foreclosure
- Alternatives to Foreclosure
- What to do About Your Mortgage When You're Facing Money Problems
- Bankruptcy or Foreclosure?
- Ten Tips for Avoiding Foreclosure
- Foreclosure Laws in Hawaii
- Foreclosure: An Overview
- How do creditors get paid when foreclosing on a house to satisfy unpaid debts?
- What is acceleration?
- I've fallen on bad times and am having trouble paying my mortgage. What should I do?
- Who is eligible for a short sale under the Making Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives Program?
- What can a creditor do if a debtor won't pay?
- What is the Hope for Homeowner's Act?
- What is the Truth In Lending Act?
- What Is a money judgment?
- I'm in foreclosure... can refinancing under FHASecure still help me?
- What is the FHASecure refinancing program?
- Are homeowners with interest only mortgages eligible for an FHASecure refinance?
- What are the requirements for an FHA Streamlined Mortgage Refinance?
- What kinds of streamline refinances do lenders offer?
- What is Judicial Foreclosure?
- What is a Power of Sale Foreclosure?
- What is Strict Foreclosure?
State Foreclosure and Alternatives Articles
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina