Notice of Default and the Foreclosure Process
When homeowners fail to make their mortgage payments on time, they will eventually receive a Notice of Default. This document is meant to inform the homeowner that they are in default and have failed to comply with their loan terms.
The foreclosure process typically begins after the homeowner has received the Notice of Default. Depending on the state, lenders may begin foreclosure proceedings by filing a lawsuit or issuing an eviction notice, which requires homeowners to leave the property within a certain amount of time. After this paperwork is filed, lenders can then proceed with seizing and selling the property at auction in order to recover any outstanding debt owed.
It is important for homeowners facing this situation to understand both their rights and responsibilities during this process. Taking action as soon as possible may help them avoid further financial hardship or delay potential eviction from their home.
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