What are the redemption rights?
In every case the judge sets a redemption period in accordance to state statute. Most redemption periods are 3 to 12 months depending on how much is still owed on the loan. The redemption period allows the defendant to exercise their redemption rights. The redemption rights allow the defendant to pay off the bid amount and any associated cost thereby they retain the possession of the property. During the redemption period you have no legal right of access to the property and the defendant can still reside and maintain possession of the property.

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1. When and where are the sales held?
2. Where can I get the addresses for the foreclosed properties?
3. Can I get access to the properties listed for sale?
4. Do you have opening bids prior to the sale?
5. If I am the successful bidder how do I pay for the property?
6. What are the redemption rights?