California Foreclosure Law Center

In California, most foreclosures are nonjudical meaning they don't go through court. If you are facing a nonjudicial foreclosure in California, it's important to know what types of notices you'll receive, what deadlines you have to reinstate the mortgage or redeem your home, whether you'll owe a deficiency afterwards, and more.

If you are struggling to pay your mortgage, you should also learn about alternatives to foreclosure in California, the Keep Your Home California program, and protections for homeowners in foreclosure provided by the California Homeowners Bill of Rights.  


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