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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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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.
com, issued its quarterly new residential foreclosure report covering New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles for the July-September 2006 time period.
an online marketplace for foreclosure properties, has released its August 2006 U.
This summer, HUD is scheduled to end its moratorium on foreclosures in hurricane-affected areas.
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In most voluntary reconveyances, foreclosures and abandonments involving income-producing property, the outstanding debt exceeds the mortgagor's tax basis in the property.
Despite the efforts to stem foreclosures by government and many banks, the hopeful signs of the last quarter of 2008 and January didn't follow through in February," says Alexis McGee, foreclosure expert, educator, and author.
Queens and Staten Island have consistently led the city in foreclosures.
Foreclosure rates nationwide jumped by 24% in August from the previous month, which is a 53% increase over last year and a record high for 2006, according to RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosure properties.
foreclosure numbers climbed steadily over the course of the year, with more new foreclosures reported in every quarter," said James J.