What is Foreclosure in Goodyear, Arizona?

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Foreclosure is the legal procedure by which the lender in a mortgage arrangement takes possession of the property (typically a house) that secured the loan. This is done when the Goodyear, Arizona debtor has repeatedly failed to make their payments. Foreclosure typically requires the house to be sold at an auction. Typically, banks want to rid themselves of the property as soon as they can, in order to gather as much money as possible.

In every state, including Arizona, borrowers have the option to go through foreclosure by judicial sale. This means that the auction will be supervised by a court, to make sure that the bank makes an effort to get as high a price as possible (to increase the chances that the whole balance will be covered, as well as the odds that there will be some money leftover for the debtor). In numerous states, original mortgages (as opposed to refinanced loans) are "non-recourse" loans, meaning that the most the lender can collect is whatever the foreclosed property sells for. The bank cannot go after the debtor for the balance, if the sale nets less than the amount due. You should consult a attorney in Goodyear, Arizona to learn the details of the law here. You should also know that this rarely applies to loans that have been refinanced.

How Can I Avoid Foreclosure in Arizona?

First of all, you shouldn't dismiss the problem. You should stay in contact with your bank, and be forthright with them. Ignoring the issue will not make it go away. It is essential to remember that the bank does not really want your Goodyear house - they expected to make a profit through the interest on your loan, and that's what they'd prefer to do. Accordingly, they will probably make reasonable accommodations to your financial situation if it means that you will be able to make some form of payment to them.

If you believe that foreclosure is imminent, there are some other avenues. For example, you may be able to engage in a "short sale," which sometimes allows you to sell your house for whatever amount you can receive, give the proceeds to the lender, and walk away free of your mortgage debt, even if the sale netted less than the balance of the mortgage. A "short refinance" may also be an option in some cases. This allows you to have some part of the debt forgiven, while refinancing the rest.

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How Can A Goodyear, Arizona Attorney Help?

If you are faced with the possibility of foreclosure in Goodyear, Arizona, an lawyer may be able to help. At the very least, he or she can advise you of your legal options.

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Life in Goodyear

In 1917, Goodyear Tire and Rubbery Company bought 16,000 acres of land to cultivate cotton for tire threads.  This land came to be known as Goodyear.  Goodyear is home to approximately 65,275 people and is located in Maricopa County, Arizona. 

Besides the famous tire company, Goodyear is also known because the Cleveland Indians baseball team moved their spring training facility to Goodyear from Florida.  Goodyear then funded a spring training complex, worth $33 million, for the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds.  The ballpark seats about 10,000 people and is one of the popular attractions to see.

Goodyear is home to many small to mid-size law firms with many capable attorneys able to handle any and all legal inquiries.  Therefore, Goodyear residents can stay assured that their legal needs will be well-handled by the legal force in Goodyear, Arizona. 

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