Nebraska Foreclosure Law Center

If you are facing foreclosure in Nebraska, you should familiarize yourself with the key features of Nebraska foreclosure procedures so you know what to expect, how much time you have before the sale occurs, and what you can do if you want to try to avoid the foreclosure.

In Nebraska, foreclosures are nonjudicial, which means they don't go through the court system. However, your mortgage lender must provide you with certain notices before it sells your home. If you do lose your home to foreclosure, and the sale proceeds don't cover your remaining loan balance, your lender can sue you to recover the "deficiency." However, there are limits to how much it can collect.  

Below you can find articles about Pennsylvania foreclosure and deficiency law. And be sure to check out our  Foreclosure  section for more articles on fighting your foreclosure in court, federal government loan modication and loss mitigation programs (like HAMP), and alternatives to foreclosure.


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