In most states, you can get your home back after foreclosure within a certain period of time. This is called the right of redemption. In order to reedem your home, you usually must reimburse the person who bought the home at the foreclosure sale for the full purchase price, plus other costs. Below you can learn more about redeeming your house, condo, or other property after foreclosure. You can also read about the particular redemption requirements in your state.
Getting Your Home Back After Foreclosure by State
Right of Redemption Before a Foreclosure Sale
Learn about the right of redemption.
Right of Redemption After Foreclosure
When available, the right of redemption allows you to get your home back after a foreclosure.
If I Buy a Home in Foreclosure, Can Its Owners Later Get It Back ("Redeem" It)?
If you buy a foreclosed home, the former owners might be able to redeem (repurchase) the property. But redemption rarely happens.
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