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Beneficial Bank Foreclosure Process And Timeline.

For any homeowner, the foreclosure process on your property can be a tricky process. For Beneficial Bank some of the things you should know. First, you should know is that the whole thing begins when you miss your first loan payment. The home preservation department will begin the process of foreclosure in the event that you miss your first loan payment.

What Are The Foreclosure Timeframes?

The process of foreclosure for Beneficial Bank are different for state to state and even county to county. There some rules to govern the foreclosing practices. For example, you will receive a notice which will be in writing once you default on your loan payment.

Notice of Intent (NOI) To Foreclose and Accelerate “Breach Letter”

You will become eligible for the foreclosure once the notice of intent has been issued and you will be given a certain period of time usually about 30 days.

The first step for the foreclosure is the lender will send a notice called Notice To Accelerate And stating that you have defaulted on your loan and intent on foreclosing if you do not bring the account to current. After acceptance of certain payment by the lender, this letter can be reissued in some of the states which restart this timeline. Eventually, The lender will accept nothing else than the amount due and if you fail to pay they will foreclose.

One of the mistakes that people make that works against them is that they fail to act when they receive the notice of intent. The moment that you do receive an NOI, contact us as soon as possible to start seeking a resolution to your mortgage delinquency.

You should remember that the lender prefers that you pay them the loan amount that is due and they do not have to take your home. In the case of Beneficial Bank, we can contact their home preservation specialist on your behalf.

Another mistake that most people make when it comes to the Beneficial Bank payment is that they think that the foreclosure begins after 90 days while in some states, it begins as early as 61 days,  (when your third payment comes due) and in some cases you have an expired NOI within the last 18 months.

Different Types Of Beneficial Bank Foreclosures

The state that you reside in and the county in which the property is located decides type of foreclosure that Beneficial Bank will do. There are two common types of foreclosures that are completed by Beneficial Bank; the judicial foreclosure and the non-judicial foreclosure.

Non-Judicial Foreclosure Process

A non-judicial foreclosure is just a process of filing documents with the local county or state. Beneficial Bank will ask you why you have defaulted on your payment in the first month during Non-Judicial Foreclosure. If you miss your second payment NOI will be issued by your Lender. However, you will receive the Notice Of Default (NOD) when you have missed your third payment. Now, you can only work to clear your debt or else your loan will be accelerated. This is where we can step in and help you apply for mortgage assistance relief programs.

Notice of Default (NOD)

When starting the foreclosure process NOD(notice of default) is the first official document filed. A lender can only file a Notice of Default once the borrower is 90 days behind (again keep in mind this is as of the date that the third payment comes due) in the state of California. The NOD contains information such as the name and address of the borrower, lender and trustee. It also may contain the address of the mortgaged property, a description of the defaulted amount (past due payments), the action that can be done in order to prevent foreclosure, the date which the house can be paid for or cured by the borrower and a statement that denotes that the house will go up for sale if the default is not cured.

Notice of Trustee Sale (NTS/NOTS)

In order to aware, the public in most states that the homeowner is in default of the loan and the house will be sold in auction Notice of Trustee Sale is placed in front of the house. The trustee will also have to place a notice in the local newspaper or publication in addition to displaying it in front of the home. As the homeowner, you may receive a notice of sale, a notice of default that is followed by a notice of sale or even see the notice by publication.

Once that has been accomplished, then a date and time is set and your house will be sold to the highest bidder.

Judicial Foreclosure Process

Judicial Foreclosure Process can often keep going for a month to years. There are some fundamental steps that you should be aware of when dealing with this process.

If you miss first payment Beneficial Bank will inform you about tha and will ask you the reason that why you have missed it. Beneficial Bank will continue with the collection practices but will also send you a notice about the breach of contract called as Notice Of Intent (NOI). You have the chance to bring your mortgage current often within a period of 30 days. Thereafter the judicial process will begin on the foreclosure of your house.

An attorney hired by Beneficial Bank will prepare a complaint against you to start the foreclosure proceedings against you. The complaint will be filed in the county where the house is located.

You will receive a summon from court once the complaint has been filed. An important thing to note is that you will have a specific period of time(usually 30 days) once you have received the summon. You will have an option to file an answer or not being the homeowner. By not filling, you will have allowed the lender a default judgment and hence, allowing your house to be reposed possibly sooner. However, if you do file an answer and with the proper defense, you may be able to halt the foreclosure process.

Lis Pendens

Is a notice to anyone interested in the property that is currently pending litigation. Lis Pendens is Latin for a suit pending. It is a written notice that is concerned with a real estate property.  The court clerk files the Lis Pendens, certifies that it has been filed and then it is recorded by the county recorder. The Lis Pendens informs the owner of the real estate property that a claim has been entered for the property and at the same time, the Lis Pendens informs all the buyers who are interested in the property that they are a potential claim against the property.

Power of Sale

In the lawsuit, the attorney will be asking the judge to grant a the power of sale which means they can set a foreclosure sale date on your home.

In the event that the lender won the case that was filed against you, then a date and time is set for the house to be sold to the highest bidder.

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