Foreclosure homes, also known as bank-owned or REO (Real Estate Owned) properties, are residential properties that have been repossessed by the lender after the homeowner failed to meet their mortgage obligations. This process involves various stages, which typically include notification to the homeowner, public auction or sale of the property, and the transfer of ownership to the lender or a new buyer.


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