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How long can you stay in your home after the foreclosure process begins? And how long does the foreclosure process take?

There are a few factors  that affect how long the foreclosure process takes. It could be as short as 30 or 45 days. The foreclosure process could also be extended for years, depending on the circumstances.  The most important would obviously be whether you have an experienced foreclosure lawyer who will aggressively fight the foreclosure. Next depends on the back log of the court’s docket.

Whether you want to keep your home and get out of a bad investment, you should immediately consult with a foreclosure lawyer. Do not just go to a random lawyer, find a lawyer or law firm that specializes in foreclosure defense. You may be able to stay in your home for years without making another payment to the Bank if you fight your foreclosure aggressively. There are even cases where people get their homes free and clear because of the Bank’s mistakes or abuse of the loan process. Particularly if the Bank has sold or transferred your promissory note. Fight your foreclosure! Stop foreclosure and call us for free foreclosure help!


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Created by Attorney Charles Franklin & contributing editor Jared Speck

How Long Can I Stay in My Home if I Am in Foreclosure? How Long Does the Foreclosure Process Take?