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Foreclosure When You Have a Mortgage

Read this if you have a mortgage AND your house is in foreclosure OR you might fall behind in your payments on the home you are buying. #6702EN

How to Recover Surplus Funds after a Non-Judicial Foreclosure without an Attorney

If your home was foreclosed and whoever bought it at auction paid more than you owed on the mortgage, you may be entitled to surplus funds. Use this guide if you want to try to recover those funds without the help of an attorney. #6701EN

Mobile home owners: If you fall behind on your property taxes, you might be able to get help

Mobile/manufactured home owners: if you fall behind on your property taxes, a new state law can help you catch up and avoid losing your home. #6506EN

Property Tax Exemption for Seniors and People with Disabilities

This is a way to lower your property taxes by exempting (excusing you from) all extra levies, like school construction bonds and other levies passed by voters, and sometimes part of regular levies on your home. #6230EN

Public Utilities

General information about your rights when dealing with public utilities. #0700EN

What are My Rights During Foreclosure?

Explains the foreclosure timeline and your rights during this process. #6710EN

Foreclosure Mediation

This resource is for homeowners who have already been referred to foreclosure mediation by an attorney or a housing counselor. The following information is intended to help prepare homeowners for their mediation, and explain the foreclosure mediation process.

Avoid Property Tax Foreclosure

If you have received notice in the mail, posted on your door, or delivered to you that says your home or your property is “subject to foreclosure,” “in foreclosure,” or will be “sold at auction” because of unpaid taxes, you may be able to stop or delay the foreclosure and sale of your home. #6235EN

Mobile home owners: If you fall behind on your property taxes, you might be able to get help

Mobile/manufactured home owners: if you fall behind on your property taxes, a new state law can help you catch up and avoid losing your home. #6506EN

Property Tax Exemption for Seniors and People with Disabilities

This is a way to lower your property taxes by exempting (excusing you from) all extra levies, like school construction bonds and other levies passed by voters, and sometimes part of regular levies on your home. #6230EN

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