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foreclose

(Action to seize property), verb enforceeent of a lien through the judiciary, extinguish rights through the judiciary, extinguish the equity of redemption through the judiciary, remove rights through the judiciary, seize by judicial process, transfer ownership by judicial process, transfer ownership rights by judicial process, transfer title by judicial process
Associated concepts: deed in lieu of foreclosure

foreclose

(Extinguish), verb bar, deprive, destroy equity of redemption, disentitle, divest, forfeit, halt, shut out, stop, terminating rights
Associated concepts: foreclosure opportunity, statute of limmtations, statutory foreclosure, strict foreclosure
See also: arrest, ban, bar, block, clog, condemn, confiscate, deprive, deter, dispossess, halt, hinder, impede, preclude, prevent, prohibit, repossess, seize, stay, stop
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22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Record numbers of foreclosures hit the market in 2010, as well as record numbers of people looking to buy them, reports Foreclosure Deals, a leading online provider of foreclosure news and information, in a year-end Foreclosure Filings 2010 review.
The foreclosure attorneys at Consumer Action Law Group have successfully saved hundreds of homes from foreclosure.
Most of the January increase in foreclosure starts is due to repeats.
Responding to Foreclosures in Cuyahoga County: An Assessment of Progress," by Alan C.
While many homeowners who receive a recorded mortgage default notice don't know what to do, real estate agents are now seeking advanced training on how to help homeowners avoid foreclosure by listing the "upside-down" property for sale and negotiating a discount or a short payoff on the mortgage with the lenders.
For the second consecutive month, the Los Angeles metropolitan area recorded the lowest foreclosure rate of the country's top five markets during May, and industry tracker said Wednesday.
More than 255,000 of the 828,670 completed foreclosures this year to date are in 10 counties, too, U.
The five states with the highest number of completed foreclosures for the 12 months ending in November 2014 were: Florida (118,000), Michigan (50,000), Texas (36,000), California (29,000) and Ohio (29,000).
That will squeeze homeowners with money problems even more, and foreclosure activity will increase again,'' she said.
The majority opinion does not rule out setting aside other foreclosure sales besides mortgage foreclosures, such as sales arising from tax foreclosures or foreclosures not involving real property (like co-operative apartment foreclosures), based on failure of such sales to release reasonably equivalent value.
4 of every 1,000 households in trouble today, according to ForeclosureS.
The five states with the highest number of completed foreclosures for the 12 months ending in October 2014 were: Florida (118,000), Michigan (45,000), Texas (36,000), California (29,000) and Georgia (28,000).