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    Jun 25, 2018
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    California Foreclosure Redemption Rights
    in Foreclosure Law, Foreclosure and Bankruptcy, California Real Estate, JT Legal Group Blog, Money Managment, Foreclosure News

    California Foreclosure Redemption Rights Attempting to get your home back? We can help: (888) 529-3111 Homeowners who are currently going through a foreclosure and find themselves in a state of confusion or frustration, should know that this doesn’t have to be the end. These homeowners should have some kind of hope in knowing there may

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    Aug 10, 2017
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    5 Ways to Save Your Home from Foreclosure, Save home, save my home, foreclosure assistance, foreclosure prevention, foreclosure legal options, foreclosure assistance, foreclosure help, foreclosure lawyer, foreclosure attorney, foreclosure law firm
    in Foreclosure Law, Foreclosure and Bankruptcy, California Real Estate, Foreclosure News

    5 Ways to Save Your Home from Foreclosure The Best Ways on How to Avoid Foreclosure Stopping a foreclosure on your home can be a miracle. For many homeowners facing a foreclosure, being able to save their home is about much more than just a property or asset consideration. Such a ruthless incidence has no

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    Jun 22, 2017
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    Wrongful Foreclosure, Wrongful Foreclosure Attorneys, Foreclosure Defense, Foreclosure Defense Attorneys
    in Foreclosure Law, Foreclosure and Bankruptcy, California Real Estate, JT Legal Group Blog, Money Managment, Foreclosure News

    Wrongful Foreclosure Process Wrongful Foreclosure is when a lender, servicer or trustee forecloses on property without following the appropriate legal steps or without the proper authority to do so. We see this happen in various context, the most common of which are the following:     Outsource Operations A lender like Bank of America will

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    May 09, 2017
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    in Foreclosure Law, Foreclosure and Bankruptcy, JT Legal Group Blog

    If a homeowner misses their payments, they can go into foreclosure. After a homeowner receives a sale date notice from the court, he or she must catch up on their mortgage payments immediately to avoid falling into a foreclosure nightmare.

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