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A foreclosure is the process of a lender seizing control of a home after the borrower fails to make several payments on a mortgage. It happens when the buyer of a property fails to make payments for a long enough period of time, usually 90 days. The lender then can issue an eviction notice to the buyer and regain ownership of the property. Often, the homeowner has no way to stop this process, but there are many things he can do. Foreclosures are often a great investment opportunity. While the foreclosure process can be overwhelming, it’s important to remember that there are several steps that you can take to avoid becoming a victim. Listed below are some steps to consider when purchasing a foreclosure:* Understand how the process works. First, determine your financial situation. Foreclosures can be a great way to invest in real estate. You can save money by…

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Many foreclosed homes have low prices because the owners of the home want to sell the property quickly. In order to get a deal on a foreclosed home, however, you need to negotiate a low price and pay the lender’s closing costs. You should also be prepared to face rejection from the seller’s bank, so you’ll need to do research. Foreclosures are typically listed for sale at a real estate auction. Auctions are organized by third-party trustees. The best way to avoid a foreclosure is to contact an attorney and get professional advice. If you do not have a lawyer, you should consult a real estate agent. A good real estate attorney will know the process of buying a foreclosure. In general, you should take action quickly when the property has been foreclosed. The time frame for moving varies from state to state, but it should be at least 30…

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