Does New Mexico Law Allow for a Redemption Period After a Foreclosure?
Yes, New Mexico law allows a borrower to redeem a property within nine months of the foreclosure sale date. The borrower must pay the foreclosure sale price, costs, fees and interest in order to redeem the property.
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