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What's the difference between a judicial and nonjudicial foreclosure?

Q: What is the difference between a judicial foreclosure and a nonjudicial foreclosure? Several years ago, I lent someone I then called a friend some money to buy a house, and we put a mortgage on the property. He doesn’t want to pay so I am exploring ... read more

Foreclosure timelines now measured in years

The number of mortgages that are delinquent or in foreclosure is declining ... By comparison, in nonjudicial Texas and Virginia, the averages were 40 and 39 months, respectively. But the difference between judicial and nonjudicial states is decreasing ... read more

The Foreclosure Iceberg Is Slowly Melting

With demand strong and new standards in place, the pace of foreclosure completions could pick up next year. Where this will happen is very import to investors. As time passes, the differences between markets in judicial and non-judicial states continue to ... read more

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Judicial Foreclosure Process Hurting More Than Helping

But Freddie Mac says some can be traced to differences in state laws regarding lending as well. Especially important to the impact of foreclosure has been whether a state uses a judicial or a non-judicial ... to legal settlements between lenders, servicers ... read more

Must-know: Dropping foreclosure starts boost homebuilder stocks

Non-judicial states have largely worked through their foreclosure pipelines. This accounts for the difference between states when looking at home price appreciation as measured by Case-Shiller or FHFA. Impact on homebuilders Increased foreclosure activity ... read more

Mortgage, Deed Of Trust Differ With Foreclosures

EXPLAIN IN 50 words or less the difference between a mortgage and a ... which there is a default is similar to the non-judicial sale involving a mortgage. When a trustor defaults, the beneficiary starts the foreclosure by notifying the trustee to record ... read more

Surprising foreclosure hot spots

Related: Best Places to Live: Where the jobs are Another key difference: Maryland is a judicial state, meaning all foreclosures must be approved by the courts which inevitably slows the process. In Virginia, a non-judicial state, trustees arrange to ... read more

Why foreclosure starts’ fall in August is good for homebuilders

Non-judicial states have largely worked through their foreclosure pipelines. This accounts for the difference between states when looking at home price appreciation as measured by Case-Shiller or FHFA. (Read more: Mortgage rates fall slightly) Impact on ... read more

Repeat Foreclosures Now Account for More Than Half of Total

Black Knight Financial Service's current Mortgage ... and repeat foreclosure starts in reaching their 12-month highs. There was also a continuation of the differences seen across multiple foreclosure indicators between judicial and non-judicial states. read more


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