Stop Foreclosure Using A Quit Claim Deed

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Quit claim deed foreclosure is a frequent foreclosure process where the bank issues a valid Notice of Default to the borrower. The borrower has 30 days to cure the default and make arrangements for payment or face foreclosure. Once the notice of default is obtained by the borrower, he must either make arrangements for payment or provide the Notice of Default to the creditor that will in turn forward the deed of foreclosure to the county recorder or court. The local court will issue an order for the sale of their property and the profits will be sent to the borrower.

In the event the borrower fails to make payments on time, the creditor may then apply for a Court Hearing to either enter a default judgment against the borrower or institute a civil action to recoup the debt. At the hearing the courtroom will decide if it will exercise its power to prevent foreclosure by entering a default judgment and enforcing a sale of their property. It's important that the borrower stop foreclosure whenever possible to stop further harm to credit.

In case the debtor competitions the foreclosure, then he must demonstrate he is currently in default on all of his mortgage obligations. He can do it by generating copies of pay stubs or paychecks to demonstrate he has made payments on time. The bank may also produce verification of employment or income from several sources to support his contention that he's not able to afford to make the monthly mortgage payments. To support his claim, he can submit income tax returns or financial statements. In case the creditor does not respond and continue the foreclosure, the court will then decide the issue and either enter a default judgment against the borrower or input an end of the foreclosure proceeding.