Foreclosures in Connecticut are judicial, meaning they go through the court system. And the lender might be able to opt for a "strict foreclosure" which avoids the sale of the home altogether. You can learn about the key features of Connecticut foreclosure procedures below.
Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure in Connecticut
In Connecticut, if the foreclosure sale price doesn't cover the balance of your mortgage loan, the lender can come after you for the "deficiency."
Connecticut Timeshare Foreclosure and Right to Cancel Laws
Learn about Connecticut’s timeshare laws, including how to cancel a timeshare deal and under what circumstances your timeshare might get foreclosed.
A couple of states allow lenders to foreclose by court order, without holding a sale.
Connecticut Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Learn how a Connecticut foreclosure works, including preforeclosure steps, foreclosure procedures, and homeowners’ rights under both state and federal laws.
Foreclosure Mediation Program in Connecticut
If you’re behind in mortgage payments and live in Connecticut, the state's mediation program might be able to help you save your home from foreclosure.
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If I lose my home to foreclosure in Connecticut, can I get it back?
Connecticut state law doesn't provide a post-sale redemption period for foreclosed homeowners.