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.

Bank of America Penalized $45 M for Wrongful Foreclosure

Related Post BofA Gave Staff Bonuses to Foreclose on Homeowners Judges Holding Banks Responsible – Tired of … What is a Zombie Debt? Banks Are Subverting Bankru… Millions $$ Being Released to Arizona Homeowners New Round of Defaults of Mortgages in 2015 and 201… Citigroup to Pay Fannie Mae $968M for Loans

Related Post

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.

Stories From a Bankruptcy Attorney – the good, the bad and the moronic.

Related Post Arizona exemptions laws to increase in 2013 CFPB Issues Guidance on Housing Counselor Require… National City Discriminatory Loans Costs $35 Milli… Why Using Self-Help Like Legalzoom is Dangerous HARP (Freddie and Fannie) mortgage refinancing pro… Tips on How to Hire a Great Attorney

Related Post

HELOC – Can the Lender Foreclose in Arizona?

Related Post Consumer advisory: Don’t fall for a foreclosure re… Mortgage Modification Frauds HSBC sued by NY Attorney General for Violations of… Fannie Mae Auctions “Sour” Mortgage Lo… National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement – m… Foreclosure Settlements with Banks Moving Very Slo…

Related Post