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Free List of Foreclosures in North Texas

Foreclosure Process:

What is a foreclosure?
Foreclosure is a process that allows the lender to take over the property when a homeowner defaults or falls behind on mortgage payments. For complete description of what a foreclosure is and what phases does it have, please see   http://www.texasfivestarrealty.com/Foreclosure_Process.asp

Pre-foreclosure Process (Phase 1) in Texas: Notice of Sale (Foreclosure Timelines)
When a homeowner falls behind on mortgage payments, the lender will send a series of notices to the homeowners allowing them to correct the problems, otherwise its’ intention to sell the property at auction. Each State has different rule and regulations regarding the minimum number of days that the bank needs to notify homeowner before it forecloses the property and how to conduct foreclosure sale. Below are the rules for foreclosure timelines and conduct of sale for foreclosure Sale in state of Texas.

Per Texas Property Code 51.002 these notices must give minimum number of days to the homeowner prior its action. These are:

1)      Notice of Default (minimum 20 days)

2)      Notice of Acceleration (minimum 20 days)

3)      Notice of Sale (Sometimes combined with #2 above)

i)        Minimum 21 days.

ii)       Posted at Court House

iii)     Mailed, certified Return Receipt Requested, to debtor with address on Deed of Trust.

iv)     Filed with County Clerk



Foreclosure Process (Phase 2) in Texas: Conduct of Sale Judicial Foreclosure OR  Non-Judicial Foreclosure
If the problem has not been resolved between the lender and homeowner prior to the date and time of the sale, the property will be auctioned and awarded to the highest bidder. Each State has different rule and regulations regarding how and where to sell foreclosure properties. Below are the specific rules and regulations regarding how and where to sell foreclosure properties in Texas.


·         Place of Sale: At designated spot in County Court House

·         Day of the Sale: 1st Tuesday of the month whether or not it falls in the weekend, holiday, new year, 4th of July, or weather condition,  etc.

·         Time of Sale: 3 hours window Between 10:00 AM-to-1:00 PM and 1:00 PM-to-4:00 PM as posted

·         Method of Payment: Exact amount with Cash, Certified cashier check/money order, or combination of all.

Conduct of Sale: There are two types of foreclosure process in Texas, Judicial and non-judicial. Each one is define in detail as follow:

1)      Judicial foreclosure process in TexasJudicial foreclosure process in Texas
This type of foreclosure must be with court approval and conducted by Sheriff and the homeowner might have rights of redemption for a period of time. Judicial foreclosure applies to the following types of situations:   

i)        Tax Sales:  This type of foreclosure is conducted by Sheriff and
the homeowner has rights of redemption as follow: (Therefore if you buy Tax Sale foreclosure you should not immediately list it for sale)

(1)    Rights of Redemption

(a)   Two (2) years if: the property is homesteads, agriculture exempt, has minerals.

(b)   Six (6) months for other cases

(2)   Home equity liens

(3)   Certain Military Debtors

(4)    Deceased Debtors

2)      Non-Judicial foreclosure process in Texas: (Typically Deeds of Trust) Non-Judicial foreclosure process in Texas
This type of foreclosure is conducted by Trustee/Substitute Trustee and controlled by Texas Statutes and terms of the Deed of Trust. There is no Right of Redemption for these types of foreclosure.

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