In California, most foreclosures are "nonjudical," meaning they don't go through court. If you're facing a nonjudicial foreclosure in California, it's important to know what types of notices you'll receive, whether you can redeem your home, whether you'll owe a deficiency after the foreclosure, and more.
California Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Learn how a California foreclosure works, including preforeclosure steps, foreclosure procedures, and homeowners’ rights under both state and federal laws.
Special Foreclosure Protections in California
Learn what protections and rights California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR) provide for homeowners facing foreclosure in California.
California Timeshare Foreclosure and Right to Cancel Laws
Learn about California timeshare laws, including how to cancel a timeshare deal and under what circumstances your timeshare might get foreclosed.
The One-Action Rule & Foreclosure in California and Utah
Learn about the one action rule in California and Utah.
If you fail to pay your HOA fees in California, the association can get a lien on your property and might foreclose on your home.
Taking Over a Mortgage in California When Your Loved One Dies
California law and federal regulations protect heirs and others from foreclosure.
Is There a Redemption Period in California?
Homeowners in California usually don’t get the right to redeem their home after a foreclosure sale.
Tenant Evictions After Foreclosure in California
In California, the new owner of a foreclosed property must perfect title before serving tenants with a three-day notice to quit.
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Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure in California
In most residential foreclosures in California, the foreclosing bank can't pursue the homeowner for a deficiency judgment.
California Foreclosure Protection: The Homeowner Bill of Rights
The California Homeowner Bill of Rights protects homeowners in foreclosure.
My bank denied my mortgage modification application in California. Can I appeal?
In most situations, you can appeal if your servicer denies your first lien loan modification application in California.
What Happens to Liens and Second Mortgages in Foreclosure?
Learn what happens to liens and second mortgages in a foreclosure.