Foreclosure FAQ’s For Homeowners
Are you afraid that you might be at risk of losing your home in a foreclosure? Do you have questions about foreclosure in general?
At Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., our New Jersey foreclosure defense lawyers are proud to represent people who are in or facing foreclosure-and we can help.
Below are some of the foreclosure questions people often ask us. If you would like to discuss your particular situation, please call our office at 973-323-2953 or contact us online.
- I think I won’t be able to pay my mortgage. What are my options?
- What is a foreclosure?
- What laws govern a NJ foreclosure?
- Is New Jersey a judicial foreclosure state?
- What is a Notice of Intention to Foreclose?
- What must be included in the Notice of Intention to Foreclose (NOI)?
- How does a foreclosure lawsuit start?
- How much time do I have to answer a foreclosure complaint in New Jersey?
- How long will a foreclosure stay on my credit report?
- How are New Jersey mortgages foreclosed?
- Are there claims a homeowner can bring against the lender?
- Can a homeowner adjourn the sheriff’s sale?
- Should I hire a NJ foreclosure defense attorney to help me?
- What is a short sale?
- What is a deed in lieu of foreclosure?
- Can I transfer my home to a friend or family member to avoid foreclosure?
- Can a bankruptcy stop a foreclosure?
- Can I keep my house if I declare Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- What is a loan modification?
- Can I get my property back if it is sold at a sheriff sale?