How long can occupants stay in a home after foreclosure?

Answer After the lender files for foreclosure and the court grants it, the lender may initiate eviction proceedings. After the auction or other foreclosure sale, the new owner can legally evict the occupa... Read More »

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How Long Can I Stay in My House After Foreclosure?

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How long do i have to move after my home is sold at a foreclosure auction?

When a home is sold at auction, the former homeowner is no longer the owner of the property. At that point in time, the occupant would be considered trespassing and could be forcibly removed by law... Read More »

How long does a foreclosure stay on a record?

According to the Federal Trade Commission, a foreclosure remains on your credit report for up to seven years from when it was filed. However, you do have the right to verify that this information ... Read More »

When can I buy a new home, 2 years after bankruptcy or after the foreclosure?

On One Hand: Credit RepercussionsBoth foreclosures and bankruptcy generally stay on a credit report for at least seven years. In the case of bankruptcy, a credit score can be adversely affected for... Read More »