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How long after foreclosure do you have to vacate your home in California?


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2010-12-29 01:09:44
2010-12-29 01:09:44

Generally, if you are the owner you should be prepared before the foreclosure sale. You will be given notice of the time and date of the foreclosure sale. When the foreclosure sale takes place and the property is sold you will no longer have the right to enter the premises. You should remove your personal belongings before the sale.


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You usually have 30 days to vacate but the trustee should tell you exactly how long you have. Each situation is different.

After being serviced forclosure papers how many days are you given

You will have at least 4 to 6 weeks. The bank will tell you when to vacate. Sometimes the banks are slow and you have months or even years.

Under the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, tenants generally have at least 90 days to vacate after foreclosure. In most cases, tenants with longer-term leases may stay until the end of the lease.

I will be a hearing on Tuesday, 10/23 for a Strict Foreclosure. Once granted, how long will I have to get out of the home?

There is no standard. The co-op board can be useful as a place to go for the answer you need.

Each situation is different and laid out in the foreclosure papers. It is normal to have at least 30 to 60 days.

It depends on the foreclosure process of your state. If you are not current on your mortgage, the mortgagor may file a motion for relief from stay during the pendency of your case. Once they get relief from stay, they typically will start foreclosure proceedings on the home. In California, typically there is a notice of default and then a notice of foreclosure sale before the sale.

Usually there will not be a separate eviction filed after a foreclosure. Typically, the plaintiff will request that the clerk issue a writ of possession as a part of the foreclosure. The judge may direct the clerk to issue the writ of possession as a part of the foreclosure judgment or the Plaintiff may request it afterwards. Once the writ of possession has been issued, it must be delivered to the sheriff. The sheriff will post the writ on the property and you have 24 hours to vacate. In short, not very long.

i live in SD and my home was sold in foreclosure,how long do i have before i have to move out of it.

I owned a home. I could not pay the property taxes. A bank purchased the home. I never received an eviction notice. How much time do I have before I must vacate? I live in Pennsylvania?

how long do you keep foreclosure papers

Yes you can save your home from foreclosure. This is a primary reason people file for a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the automatic stay can stop a foreclosure as long as it's filed before the sale takes place.

In the Final Judgment of Foreclosure, there will be a date listed. You can stay in your (or what was your home) until that date. On that date, the sheriff will show up and will evict you and then they'll probably change the locks, too.

When a property goes into foreclosure, the lender will eventually take possession of the property. The lender can lock the property at that time with your possessions at that time. The time frame depends on the discussions between the lender and the borrower. Unfortunately the Tenant does not fall into the discussions, so if the lender feels there is no hope of being paid they will take possession.

in new york how long can you live in your house once foreclosure starts

As long as it hasen't been forclosed on yet. And they pay all the legal fees to do it.

Depends on how long it takes you to raise your credit score back to an 'excellent' rating and save enough money for a down payment.

A foreclosure will typically remain on your credit report for seven years.

Real estate laws are established by the state in which the property is located. The foreclosure notice will contain all information concerning the property being vacated, sold, and whether or not the borrower has redemption rights to the property.

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