How Long Does the Typical Foreclosure Process Take in Michigan?
Michigan law allows for a property foreclosure to take place quickly as long it is not contested by the borrower and is not a judicial foreclosure. In fact, an uncontested non judicial foreclosure can occur in as little as 60 days in Michigan.
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