If you are facing foreclosure in Mississippi, you should familiarize yourself with Mississippi foreclosure procedures so that you know what's coming. Foreclosures in Mississippi are both judicial (which go through couort) and nonjudicial (which don't go through court). Nonjudicial foreclosures generally move faster than judicial foreclosures, so it's important to know what type of notice you'll receive before the sale. If you still owe the mortgage lender money after the sale, it can probably come after you for the deficiency. If you are unemployed, underemployed or attending college, you might be able to get mortgage payment assistance from Mississippi's Home Saver program. Below you can learn about key features of Mississippi's foreclosure procedures and details of the Home Saver program.