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State Foreclosure Resources

Both lenders and mortgagors have various rights and responsibilities when undergoing the foreclosure process. For instance, many states allow for statutory redemption, in which the mortgagor (property owner) has a limited period of time in which to buy back the property. For more information and resources pertaining to foreclosure, see FindLaw's Foreclosure section.

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  • Avoiding Foreclosure: Wisconsin  (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
  • Homeownership Resources  (Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority)

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