If the home is literally foreclosed then there is not much you can do but leave. If the process has just started you should contact your lender immediately and keep contacting them. The very first step you need to take is to start the loan modification process. This process can take months and may allow you to stay in your home.
If that step fails you can then look at options to short sale the home. This is when the home is sold for less than you own. You also have a very good chance of receiving relocation assistance monies at closing if the sale is successful. My clients have all received anywhere form $1,000 to over $15,000 at closing from their lender depending on the circumstances and programs available. So it is definitely worth looking at both options as at the very least it will buy you some more time to possibly stay in your home.
You should speak with some Realtors and find one who is experienced with the short sale process. Many are not and you really need somebody who understands the process and can keep everything moving forward to have the highest possibility of success.
Best of luck to you.
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