If you’re a struggling homeowner facing foreclosure in Oklahoma and you abandon your home (meaning, you permanently move out of the property), a court may give possession of the home to the lender even before the foreclosure is over. Read on to learn why Oklahoma allows the lender to take immediate
In Nevada, a foreclosing lender can fast track (expedite) a nonjudicial foreclosure if you abandon (permanently leave) your home. Read on to learn more about how Nevada foreclosures typically work, how this process can be shortened if you abandon the home, and how you can stop the lender from speeding
As of mid-2014, Indiana has one of the highest percentages of abandoned homes in foreclosure in the country. This is a serious problem because vacant homes can quickly fall into disrepair and tend to attract vandals or illegal activity, which brings down property values in the surrounding neighborhood.