Facing foreclosure in Oklahoma? Start here to learn about the key features of the Oklahoma foreclosure process.
Most foreclosures in Oklahoma are judicial. This means your mortgage lender (or servicer) must sue you in court. If you want to fight the foreclosure, or if you disagree with any aspect of it, you must file a formal response in court. If do lose your home through foreclosure in Oklahoma and the sale proceeds are not enough to cover the balance of your mortgage, the lender can come after you for the “deficiency.”
Below you can get more information about Oklahoma foreclosure procedures and learn about Oklahoma’s deficiency law.
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