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foreclosure

The depriving of the right to a property by legal transfer of title, esp. because of failure to maintain mortgage payments.
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Still, the market value of the properties foreclosed in the second quarter is e1/494.
In 2015, Centennial Bank of Conway foreclosed on delinquent loans totaling nearly $3.
The bottom line is that I don't really care if it's the state government or the city government, but something needs to be done to help those folks who are being foreclosed on,'' Mr.
It said Rezaian's guilty plea was the 30th it has obtained in a wide scale investigation of widespread fraud to get hold of foreclosed properties cheaply.
The foreclosed owner in those cases would be limited to monetary damages from the foreclosing bank.
FNC reported that foreclosed high-end properties typically sold for close to their market value.
Vulcan's plan is to buy approximately 1,200 foreclosed homes, nearly half of which will be split between Broward and Palm Beach counties.
It's possibly the greatest story ever told and potentially movie material, said John Oliver, a comedic reporter for Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show," -- the Florida couple and their rookie lawyer that foreclosed on a Bank of America branch (see video above).
The practice of buying foreclosed homes is alive and well, and experts say a lot of money is to be made in these properties.
Almost all foreclosed homes are at least temporarily vacant; as long as they remain so, they impact the home values and quality of life in their neighborhoods.
The number of foreclosed deeds reported in April fell by 26 percent from March, according to the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority.
on a foreclosed property in limbo as the investment firm revises its Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan.