There a many properties with a Lis Pendens but most avert foreclosure by catching up on payments.
are buying a home in Wilmette, which is a great place to live and I know it well, very well, having helped buyers to buy several homes in Wilmette and the surrounding North Shore.
Lis pendens is a legal term!
A Lis Pendens is the first court filing by the party holding the mortgage on a property to begin the foreclosure process. It will take many months after such a filing for the foreclosure to become complete and many things happen in the meantime! Often enough the home owners can catch up with their payments, agree to other terms with the bank holding the mortgage it always really depends
on the particular financial situation of the home owners.....
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