Much of foreclosure is governed by state law. Here you can find the specific laws that apply to foreclosure in Illinois, including a summary of Illinois foreclosure procedures, articles on foreclosure avoidance mediation programs, and more.
Summary of Illinois' Foreclosure Laws
Here are some of the most important features of Illinois foreclosure law.
Illinois Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Learn about the steps in the Illinois foreclosure process and your rights at various points along the way.
Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure in Illinois
You might owe your mortgage lender money after an Illinois foreclosure if it gets a deficiency judgment against you.
Illinois HOA and COA Foreclosures
If you default on HOA or COA dues and assessments in Illinois, the homeowners association can foreclosure on your condo, townhome, or house.
Illinois Hardest Hit Program
The Illinois Hardest Hit Program provides mortgage payment assistance to struggling homeowners who are, or were, unemployed or underemployed.
Illinois Renters Caught in Foreclosure: What Are Your Rights?
An Illinois law allows a tenant whose landlord has lost the rental house through foreclosure to stay in the home longer.
If I lose my home to foreclosure in Illinois, can I get it back?
Foreclosed homeowners sometimes get the right to redeem (repurchase) the home after a foreclosure sale in Illinois—but you must act quickly.