In Arizona after a trustee’s sale (foreclosure) the new owner may force the old owner to leave the property using a forcible entry and detainer. This process is also used in landlord-tenant matters.

Trustee Sales or Foreclosure

What is a Trustee’s Sale or Foreclosure?


A trustee’s sale or foreclosure is the process that the lender may use when the loans are not paid or there is some other default of the original loan agreement.

The law of the state where the property is located controls the foreclosure or trustee sale process. The links to this page deal solely with Arizona law as governing Arizona real property.

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