Foreclosure can be a scary and uncertain time. You might be wondering what kind of implications foreclosure will have on your life, and what steps you can take to make the process easier on yourself. If you’re facing foreclosure on your home, you might be wondering if you’ll still owe the bank once the process is finished.
Put simply, you may not owe your lender after they sell your home. In most cases, lenders are unable to expect you to pay any outstanding costs from the sale, unless they happen to repossess your home instead of foreclosing. Every foreclosure case is different, and your lender will be in contact with you before the foreclosure process begins.
Read on below to find out everything you need to know about foreclosure, and owing money.
When you take out a home loan, your house is held by your lender as security. This means that your lender can repossess and sell the house if you fail to make repayments according to your loan contract. Foreclosure refers to the process when a lender takes possession of a property and sells after the homeowner fails to make their mortgage repayments.
Generally, if you fail to make your repayments, your lender will repossess your property to try and recover any money owing on the loan. Usually, foreclosed properties are either sold at an auction, or sold directly by the lender.
Foreclosure is the process in which a lender takes possession of a property, and then sells it if the homeowner has failed to make their mortgage repayments. The lender repossesses the property to try to regain any money that is left owing on the loan. In some cases, foreclosed properties are either sold directly by the lender or at auction.
Generally speaking, if your lender forecloses your home they may not be able to chase you for any shortfall. Of course, every foreclosure case is different and it may be best to get an expert opinion on your situation.
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