Foreclosures in Missouri are usually nonjudicial, which means the lender doesn't have to sue you in court to sell your home. It does, however, have to provide you with certain notices before selling your home. If you have a defense to the foreclosure, you might be able to fight the foreclosure by filing a separate lawsuit. If you do lose your home through a Missouri foreclosure and the sale proceeds don't cover the amount you owed on the mortgage, the lender can sue you for the "deficiency." Below you can learn more about Missouri foreclosure procedures and deficiency lawsuits.
Missouri Foreclosure Laws and Procedures
Learn how a Missouri foreclosure works, including preforeclosure steps, foreclosure procedures, and homeowners’ rights under both state and federal laws.
Deficiency Judgments After Foreclosure in Missouri
Can your lender get a deficiency judgment against you after a foreclosure in Missouri?
Missouri HOA and COA Foreclosures
If you fail to pay your HOA or COA assessments in Missouri, the association can likely get a lien on your property and might foreclose on your home.
Missouri Timeshare Foreclosure and Right to Cancel Laws
Learn about Missouri timeshare laws, including how to cancel a timeshare deal and under what circumstances your timeshare might get foreclosed.
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