Arkansas Foreclosure Law Center

If you are facing foreclosure in Arkansas, start here to learn about key features of the Arkansas foreclosure process.

Most foreclosures in Arkansas do not go through court (these types of foreclosures are called nonjudicial). The lender must provide you with certain notices before it can sell your home. And you have the right to reinstate the loan along the way. If you do lose your home through foreclosure, however, the lender can sue you for any deficiency.

Below you can learn more about Arkansas foreclosure procedures, Arkansas' deficiency law, and more.

And be sure to check out our  Foreclosure Center  for more articles on foreclosure, alternatives to foreclosure, government programs to help you avoid foreclosure, and more.

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