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Real Estate Foreclosure

 Real estate foreclosure is the process of repossessing a piece of real property such as a home.  It is a legal process used by the mortgage holder when the owner of the property is in arrears on the mortgage payments.

In strict foreclosure the mortgage holder takes title and possession of the real estate foreclosed in satisfaction of the mortgage loan.

Most states require a different type of real estate foreclosure process.  In a more common type of foreclosure instead of reverting to the ownership of the mortgage holder, the property is auctioned by the county sheriff or court officer.  Often the mortgage holder will place a bid at the amount of the remaining mortgage to insure that the property is not sold for an amount less than is still owed on the mortgage.  Should other bidders bid the price higher than the amount of the remaining loan, the party foreclosed upon receives the equity portion of the winning bid after foreclosure expenses.  This discourages the mortgage holder from forcing a real estate foreclosure for the purpose of grabbing an owner's equity.

 

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Kennebec Journal Morning Sentinel LePage bill intended to protect elderly from tax lien foreclosure in limbo Kennebec Journal Morning Sentinel Paul LePage39s office is working with a woman in Caribou whose home was foreclosed on, while a bill he initiated to try to protect homeowners from tax lien foreclosure remains in limbo. The bill LePage initiated to try to help elderly people stay in

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Press Herald Foreclosure prevention bill39s future uncertain Press Herald Gov. Paul LePage39s office is working with a Caribou woman whose home was foreclosed on, while his bill to protect elderly homeowners from tax lien foreclosure remains in limbo. The bill, L.D. 1629, is one of several the Legislature voted to carry over

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Oviedo widow avoids foreclosure after calling News 6 WKMG News 6 ClickOrlando OVIEDO, Fla. Bay Sherrod said she is still reeling from the demand letter asking for more than 18,000 in deferred mortgage payments, because she thought everything was fine. They would not talk to me, they said there was nothing they could do for

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