Understanding Indiana Foreclosure Laws

Sawin & Shea

When an Indiana homeowner is unable to make their mortgage payments, the lender eventually starts a foreclosure. The foreclosure process, if left to proceed, ultimately results in the house being sold off to settle all or part of the debt. How the Foreclosure Process Works in Indiana.

What Is Foreclosure?

Nerd Wallet

If you stop making payments on your mortgage, the property may go into foreclosure, which is when the lender takes legal ownership of your home. The article What Is Foreclosure?

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Webinar: Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures

Jimerson Firm

On Tuesday, March 23, 2021 from 10:00 AM-11:00 AM, four of our partners will present Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures: Learn Solutions for Streamlining the Process, Overcoming Obstacles & Maximizing Recovery. Meadows will discuss common questions surrounding foreclosures.

CFPB Proposes Mortgage Servicing Changes to Prevent Wave of COVID-19 Foreclosures

Consumer Finance

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today proposed a set of rule changes intended to help prevent avoidable foreclosures as the emergency federal foreclosure protections expire.

CFPB Releases Final Rule to Protect Homeowners from Foreclosure, post-COVID

Account Recovery

Compliance CFPB COVID-19 Foreclosure

Waters Seeks Foreclosure Moratorium Extension as CFPB Preps Rule

Account Recovery

In this case, protections put in place to keep renters and homeowners in their residences and not face evictions or foreclosures may continue through the end … The post Waters Seeks Foreclosure Moratorium Extension as CFPB Preps Rule appeared first on AccountsRecovery.net.

CFPB Servicing Rule Aims to Stave Off Another Foreclosure Crisis – American Banker

Burr Forman

The CFPB’s servicing rules will prevent a large number of foreclosures,” Agnello said. “It’s The post CFPB Servicing Rule Aims to Stave Off Another Foreclosure Crisis – American Banker appeared first on Burr & Forman.

How delayed foreclosure response cost one millionaire his mansion

Roths Child Law

Once foreclosure starts, you need to act quickly or risk losing everything you have invested in your home. Unfortunately, the tech executive who owned the home had financial issues and saw his property at risk for foreclosure auction multiple times.

How to Get a Deficiency Judgment After a Foreclosure Sale

Jimerson Firm

When a lender obtains a final judgment of foreclosure from the court, the mortgaged property is sold at public auction and, if bought by someone other than the foreclosing lender, the proceeds are applied to the debt owed by the delinquent borrower.

Biden Administration Announces Mortgage Relief as Foreclosure Moratorium Comes to an End

Burr Forman

In just a few days, on July 31, 2021, the national moratoriums on residential evictions and foreclosures are set to expire. The post Biden Administration Announces Mortgage Relief as Foreclosure Moratorium Comes to an End appeared first on Burr & Forman.

Florida Commercial Mortgage Holders Receive Foreclosure Clarification

Burr Forman

On July 29, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-180 , which extended the moratorium on residential tenant evictions and residential mortgage foreclosures in the state through the month of August. The mortgage foreclosure and tenant eviction protections were put into place on April 2, 2020, when Governor DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-94. Commercial mortgagees may no longer claim protection from foreclosure under those orders.

Florida’s Fast-Track Residential Foreclosure Process

Jimerson Firm

Since 2013, residential foreclosure actions in Florida have been significantly shortened—from over two (2) years to possibly less than six (6) months—because of the new “fast-track” process provided in section 702.10, Florida Statutes. Bringing a Residential Foreclosure Action?

A Proper Final Judgment of Foreclosure: Form 1.996(a)

Jimerson Firm

The Florida Supreme Court has published the proper form to use when seeking a final judgment of foreclosure: Form 1.996(a), Final Judgment of Foreclosure (8-18-20). What Does Form 1.996(a), Final Judgment of Foreclosure, Include? Bringing a Residential Foreclosure Action?

Establishing Standing in a Foreclosure Proceeding

Jimerson Firm

In order to maintain a foreclosure action against a borrower, lenders must ensure they can establish “standing”. Standing is a fundamental requirement for a foreclosure, as lenders who desire to initiate a foreclosure proceeding are required to have standing.

CFPB Issues NPRM Seeking to Halt Foreclosures Until 2022

Account Recovery

The NPRM follows a compliance bulletin that the … The post CFPB Issues NPRM Seeking to Halt Foreclosures Until 2022 appeared first on AccountsRecovery.net.

Serving a Defendant in a Residential Foreclosure Action by Publication

Jimerson Firm

A residential mortgage foreclosure action is initiated in Florida by filing a verified complaint with the appropriate court. It is important for the plaintiff to check the local rules in the county where the foreclosure action is filed to determine if there are any procedural requirements.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Settles with Mortgage Servicer for Illegal Practices that Impeded Borrowers’ Attempts to Avoid Foreclosure

Consumer Finance

Press release Foreclosure EnforcementOn December 18, 2020, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a consent order against Seterus, Inc. and Kyanite Services, Inc.,

Banking & Financial Services Industry Webinar: Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures

Jimerson Firm

On Tuesday, March 23, 2021, four of our partners presented Properly Handling Mortgage Foreclosures. This webinar addressed what is new in foreclosures, including recent developments in the law since the last foreclosure crisis and how banks can utilize the law to their advantage.

Filing a Foreclosure Lawsuit? Make Sure You Check the Local Rules

Jimerson Firm

In Florida, mortgage foreclosure lawsuits are filed in the county where the property is located. All mortgage foreclosure complaints must be accompanied with a filing fee. How Can a Foreclosure Sale be Cancelled and Rescheduled? The post Filing a Foreclosure Lawsuit?

How to Publish a Legal Notice of a Foreclosure Sale

Jimerson Firm

In every foreclosure action, the foreclosing lender will be required to publish some sort of legal advertisement or notice in a newspaper (e.g. the Notice of Foreclosure Sale). See Serving a Defendant in a Residential Foreclosure Action by Publication.

Forbearance of Foreclosure? How to Keep Your Credit and Homeownership Intact

Credit Corp

consumers are enduring—including mortgage payment forbearance of foreclosure. Mortgage forbearance is one tool to help protect homeowners from foreclosure due to temporary hardships, such as a job loss, natural disaster, or pandemic. The post Forbearance of Foreclosure?

A Primer on What Lenders Need to Know About Foreclosure Appeals in Florida

Jimerson Firm

In Florida, a lender initiates a foreclosure by commencing a lawsuit in the county where the property is located. If the lender is successful, the lender will receive a final judgment of foreclosure from the court and the property will be sold at a public auction.

CFPB Takes Actions to Limit COVID-19-Related Mortgage Foreclosures

Troutman Sanders

On April 5, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPR) to amend Regulation Z, specifically to “prevent avoidable foreclosures” due to the COVID-19 pandemic “as the emergency federal foreclosure protections expire.”

Canceling and Rescheduling a Mortgage Foreclosure Sale Now Requires a Motion

Jimerson Firm

In 2010, the Florida Supreme Court approved an amendment to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure regarding mortgage foreclosures and enacted new forms, such as Form 1.996(b), Motion to Cancel and Reschedule Foreclosure Sale. Bringing a Residential Foreclosure Action?

Bringing a Residential Foreclosure Action? You Need a Verified Complaint

Jimerson Firm

In 2010, the Florida Supreme Court amended Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.110(b) to include a verification provision in foreclosure complaints. The post Bringing a Residential Foreclosure Action?

Forbearance or Foreclosure? How to Keep Your Credit and Homeownership Intact

Credit Corp

consumers are enduring—including mortgage payment forbearance of foreclosure. Mortgage forbearance is one tool to help protect homeowners from foreclosure due to temporary hardships, such as a job loss, natural disaster, or pandemic. The post Forbearance or Foreclosure?

Lenders Beware: Foreclosure Judgments Can be Set Aside At Any Time Before The Sale Occurs

Jimerson Firm

Although a lender may have won the battle by obtaining a final judgment of foreclosure from the court, it may not win the war. Although a lender may not be able to avoid this from happening, it should be aware of how and why their final judgment of foreclosure may be set aside.

Lenders May Still Have to Participate in Foreclosure Mediation in Florida

Jimerson Firm

In response to the mortgage foreclosure crisis, the Supreme Court of Florida established a statewide mandatory mediation program for residential mortgage foreclosures. Check the Local Foreclosure Mediation Requirements.

What Lenders Need to Know About § 702.036 and the Finality of Foreclosure Sales

Jimerson Firm

Lenders need to be aware that borrowers and other lienholders can bring an action or proceeding to set aside, invalidate, or challenge the validity of a final judgment of foreclosure of a mortgage, even after the foreclosure sale. When Can the Foreclosure Sale Be Invalidated?

How delayed foreclosure response cost one millionaire his mansion

Roths Child Law

Once foreclosure starts, you need to act quickly or risk losing everything you have invested in your home. Unfortunately, the tech executive who owned the home had financial issues and saw his property at risk for foreclosure auction multiple times. In a shocking twist, the foreclosure sale that resulted in a dramatic eviction saw the property command only $7.3 Bankruptcy can be a powerful tool for those facing foreclosure.

New York Further Extends the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention and Small Businesses Acts to January 15, 2022, but Provides a Way to Challenge Hardship Declarations

Consumer Finance Watch

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CFPB Issues Rules to Facilitate Smooth Transition as Federal Foreclosure Protections Expire

Consumer Finance

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today finalized amendments to the federal mortgage servicing regulations to reinforce the ongoing economic recovery as the federal foreclosure moratoria are phased out and which will help protect mortgage borrowers from unwelcome surprises as they exit forbearance.

U.S. Supreme Court Blocks Enforcement of a Limited Part of New York’s COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act

Consumer Finance Watch

Wayne Streibich, Diana M.

South Carolina Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures Due to COVID-19

Burr Forman

On March 18, 2020 the South Carolina Supreme Court issued an order suspending foreclosures and evictions until May 1. Chief Justice Beatty’s statement reads as follows: “On March 19, 2020, I ordered courts to reschedule evictions and delay foreclosure proceedings through May 1, 2020.

The CARES Act, Consumer Bankruptcy, and Mortgage Servicing

Sawin & Shea

Bankruptcy Law CARES Act Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Foreclosure bankruptcy attorney bankruptcy attorneys bankruptcy law cares act Chapter 13 foreclosure house indiana bankruptcyAt the start of 2020, Americans and individuals all over the world were affected by the pandemic.