Atiq (Nov 15 2012)
Ohio has an 11-step judicial foouslrcere process. They are 1) Breach letter; 2) Complaint to foreclose; 3) Title Report 4) Judgment Decree; 5) Order of Sale; 6) Appraisal by three disinterested freeholders 7) Newspaper Publication; Foreclosure Sale; 9) Motion to Confirm the Sale; 10) Confirmation Hearing; 11) Sheriff’s Deed. It appears to take a minimum of 150 days if the mortgage holder is moving quickly.Normally eviction (if necessary) takes place after the confirmation hearing.In some areas of the country (not sure about yours) some mortgage holders are not moving quite as quickly on foouslrceres because they are hoping that by delaying the process a bit the price they can get for the property at sale will go up. Your bankruptcy attorney will probably have a good sense of whether that is the case in your area or not.
fdlwyqbbkjw (Nov 17 2012)
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