What is Foreclosure? An Introduction
Learn what foreclosure is, how it works, and what options are available to you when facing foreclosure.
Finding Your State's Foreclosure Laws
The foreclosure process in each state is governed by that state’s foreclosure laws. Here's how to find them.
Legal Issues When Rental Property You Own is in Foreclosure
The process of foreclosing on a rental property and a homeowner’s primary residence are similar, but there are key differences in the help that may be available and the outcome.
Foreclosure, Liens, and the First in Time, First in Right Rule
The First in Time, First in Right rule establishes the priorities of liens recorded against your home, which dictates who gets paid in the event of a foreclosure.
Can I Get Foreclosed on if I Don't Pay my HOA Dues?
Find out what will happen to your mortgage and your home if you stop paying your homeowners' association dues.
Foreclosure of Manufactured, or Mobile, Homes
The process a lender needs to use when a borrower defaults on a manufactured home loan depends on what type of property the home is considered to be.
Predatory Lending Practices and Foreclosure Laws
Find out what makes up a predatory loan and what you can do if you you think you might be a victim of predatory lending.
Is There a Statute of Limitations For Home Foreclosure?
Every state sets time limits within which a lender must start the foreclosure process or lose its right to foreclose.