What Is Foreclosure? An Introduction
Learn what foreclosure is, how it works, and what options are available to you when facing foreclosure.
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure Process and Information
One way to avoid a foreclosure is by completing a deed in lieu of foreclosure.
Basics of a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
An alternative to foreclosure can be a deed in lieu of foreclosure.
How To Respond To a Foreclosure Summons
Learn the basic steps to take when responding to a foreclosure lawsuit.
The Right of Redemption
Find out whether your state allows homeowners to redeem the property (buy it back) after foreclosure.
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure vs. Short Sale
Trying to decide whether to pursue a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a short sale? Read this article.
Foreclosure of Manufactured, or Mobile, Homes
The process a lender uses when a borrower defaults on a manufactured home loan depends on whether the home is considered personal or real property.
Foreclosure and the Definition of Primary Residence: Why It's Important
Foreclosure laws grant property owners more protection when the property is defined as a primary residence.
How to Delay or Stop an Imminent Foreclosure
Learn about last minute strategies to stop your foreclosure—or at least buy you more time in the home.
Dealing with Foreclosure During Divorce
Who is responsible for the mortgage? Who, if anyone, will keep the home?
How to Avoid Foreclosure During Divorce
Divorce often results in foreclosure, and foreclosure is a leading cause of divorce. Learn about the options available to avoid foreclosure, despite your divorce.
Will Your Short Sale Have Tax Consequences?
Find out whether you might owe federal income taxes after successfully completing a short sale.