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The home foreclosure process begins with missed mortgage payments and failure of the borrower to meet lender-specified alternative payment deadlines, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. If ... More »

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In Florida, when a homeowner misses payments, a lender charges a late fee, warns the borrower, sends a breach letter and then files a lawsuit for foreclosure in state court, as Nolo explains. If homeowners don't provide ... More »

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The deed in lieu of foreclosure process differs by lenders, but overall the process includes the owner of a property giving up all legal rights to the property. The owner turns the property over to the lender. More »

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