What happens when a Texas judge declares foreclosure?

Answer Judicial foreclosures in Texas are administered by the court of the county to which the foreclosure property is located. Once a Texas judge declares foreclosure on a property, the lender has the ri... Read More »

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How to Prevent a Foreclosure in Texas?

Foreclosure is a dreaded and unfortunate crisis for any homeowner. A variety of uncontrollable circumstances can cause you to fall behind on your Texas home mortgage. No matter where you live, a fo... Read More »

When do I have to move in Texas during a tax foreclosure?

In a tax foreclosure in Texas, the delinquent taxpayer relinquishes his claim to the property and investors have rights to rental income immediately after a sale or foreclosure. It is up to the new... Read More »

Foreclosure Process & Value of Bid in Texas?

Texas is known as the "fastest" foreclosure state, as foreclosures in Texas can be completed in as little as 21 days. This can mean quick turnover for lenders when reselling foreclosed properties.

Why do people watch judge judy and judge mathis these 'judges' have more personal problems than the litigants.very degrading and mean spirited..the opposite character of what a judge should possess?

Judge Judy expects a direct answer to a direct question & does not tolerate word-games. This would be fine if she was polite and not abusive herself. But she does not respect anyone herself so shou... Read More »