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If you receive a foreclosure notice, you now have a dilemma. You need to think about what you are going to do and weigh all the options possible to avoid foreclosure. Fortunately, you have several options you can explore so that you can stay in your home.
Under federal and state, laws residents of Maine can choose from a number of foreclosure remedies depending on how far behind you are on your mortgage, your monthly income, and other factors. Below are several alternatives to foreclosure in Maine:
Maine’s Foreclosure Diversion Program in which homeowner and lender enter into mediation to come up with a solution to foreclosure. You can request the diversion program by submitting a request to the Court Clerk in your area of Maine but only if you live in the home listed in the foreclosure notice.
Superior Court- Portland
205 Newbury St, Portland, ME 04101
US District Court Clerk-Bangor
202 Harlow St # 357, Bangor, ME 04401
62 Union St, Rockland, ME 04841
Once a lender submits a foreclosure judgment, you have a 90-day redemption period. If you appeal your foreclosure through the judicial process, you cannot seek redemption. Redemption allows you to re-purchase your home within the 90-day window.
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