Nobody Made the House Payment – What Happens Now?
This discussion will review the fundamentals of a foreclosure action, following default on a secured loan. Because the deed of trust is by far the predominant instrument in use for securing real estate loans (and especially home loans), this seminar will focus on residential deeds of trust, and what happens following a default.
· The basics of a trustee’s sale
· Deficiency liability (and defenses)
· Fair debt collection practices
The discussion will be oriented toward the practitioner who is not an expert in foreclosure law, but who is looking to understand the basics of foreclosures.
Kent E. Cammack, Gust Rosenfeld, PLC
Kim R. Lepore, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP
* For more information about this program's faculty, please check out the faculty biographies page, available for download in the 'Materials' tab.
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