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As a result, the general phases of the foreclosure process will be discussed rather than a strict timeline to help you better understand what a foreclosure is. Remember these are just the general phases of the foreclosure process, it is important for you to read about and understand the foreclosure laws of your State to gain a deeper understanding of the foreclosure process in your area.
Foreclosure by judicial sale, more commonly known as judicial foreclosure, which is available in every state (and required in many), involves the sale of the mortgaged property under the supervision of a court, with the proceeds going first to satisfy the mortgage; then other lien holders; and, finally, the mortgagor/borrower if any proceeds are left.
If a homeowner can sell the property during this time, he or she may be able to avoid foreclosure proceedings, and its negative effect on their credit history and future prospects (see Getting a Mortgage After Bankruptcy and Foreclosure) As such, some homeowners are willing to negotiate.
There have been huge changes in real estate, housing, and lending across the country that has triggered a bonanza for investors and according to the National Association of Realtors; the next two years will witness more than 1 million homes being foreclosed.