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Foreclosures

How to Stop or Delay a Foreclosure Procedure

Thousands of homeowners in California are facing foreclosure or have already lost their homes, and are now facing a foreclosure eviction.  Losing a home to foreclosure can create very stressful times and often people in these situations simply don’t know what to do. 

We are located in Los Angeles and have years experience in helping people locally in addition to assisting people being evicted through out all of California delay or stop foreclosure evictions. We have experience in working in just about every county located in California.

3 Stages of the Foreclosure Process

The three stages of the California foreclosure process are:

  • Notice of Default
  • Notice Trustee Sale
  • Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale

If you are delinquent on your mortgage, usually by 2-3 months, your lender can file and record a Notice of Default on your property.  The Notice of Default gives you 90 days to bring your account current.  If at the end of the 90 days you fail to bring your account current, your lender can then file and record a Notice of Trustee’s Sale.  When the Notice of Trustee’s Sale is filed, a date is set to auction your home.  The auction will usually be scheduled in approximately 30 days.

If you have a Notice of Trustee’s Sale filed on your property, in many cases it is still possible to save your home from foreclosure. There are a variety of legal actions and procedures that can be implemented to allow time to either resolve mortgage delinquencies or even affect the sale of your property prior to a foreclosure being completed.

If you have already lost your home due to foreclosure we can assist you in delaying the eviction procedure.  We dedicate an entire team of professionals to fight on your behalf.  For more information, please call our office at 1-(888) 773-4483.

Our FAQ’s and Foreclosure Definitions will also answer many initial questions you may have concerning foreclosure evictions and tenant rights.

If your home is sold to a new owner we can delay your eviction and in most circumstances, keep you in your home for up to six months.

Call us for a free confidential evaluation of your specific situation.
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