The Foreclosure Process
Foreclosure is a legal process that permits a lender to sell your home if you don’t make your payments on time. It is a very complicated process. This video will introduce you to legal terms you are likely to encounter during the foreclosure process. It will also outline the steps involved before and during the court process. Finally, this video includes resources where you can get help from housing and legal aid organizations.
- Tip sheet
- Español transcripción
- Additional Information
- Maryland HOPE | 877-462-7555
- People’s Law Library – Foreclosure of Residential Property
- Maryland State Bar Association – Foreclosure Proceedings
- Debtor Assistance Project (DAP)
- Civil Justice, Inc. | 410-706-5649
- Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County | 240-391-6413
- Maryland Legal Aid | 888-213-3320
- Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service | 443-451-4067
- Public Justice Center (tenants) | 410-625-9409
- Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland | 800-396-1274, x3052
- St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center | 410-366-8550
- Home Affordability Modification Program (HAMP) | 866-939-4469
- Before Court: Preparing for Your Day in Court
- Bringing a Small Claim
- Can’t Afford Appellate Costs?
- Can’t Afford Court Filing Fees?
- Defending a Small Claim
- Finding Legal Help in a Civil Case
- Foreclosure Mediation
- Foreclosure Process
- Hiring and Working with Your Lawyer
- How to Research the Law
- Need an Interpreter?
- Service of Process
- Should I Represent Myself?
- Tips for Your Day in Court
- What is the Law?
Last updated: August 2016