State Foreclosure Laws and Timelines
Foreclosure is a legal process through which lenders reclaim properties from borrowers who can no longer afford to meet their monthly mortgage obligations. Home foreclosure laws and procedures vary from state-to-state. So depending on where you live — or where you’re looking to buy — the foreclosure timeline can and often does change.
Below is a state foreclosure laws timeline that is designed to give you a comprehensive overview of the process throughout the United States. Click on any state name to drill down and learn more details about the foreclosure procedures in that state.
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State Law Reference
* D.C. Code Ann. § 42-815
** LA. Code Civ. Proc. Ann. Arts. 3721 to 3753, 2631 to 2772
*** W. Va. Code § 38-1-3 to 38-1-1
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