This guide is intended to provide basic information about foreclosure law in Ohio.
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Below you will find a list of some potentially useful Ohio laws related to foreclosures.
O.R.C.§ 2323.06 - Mortgagor and Mortgagee Mediation
O.R.C. § 2113.47 - Foreclosure of Mortgage
O.R.C. 2103.041 - Judicial Sale of Dower Interest without consent of spouse
Below you will find some information about foreclosure law in Ohio:
Avoid Foreclosure Ohio - an informational site about how homeowners can avoid foreclosure, created as a collaborative effort between Pro Seniors, Inc., the Ohio Poverty Law Center and the Legal Aid Societies of Ohio.
Ohio Attorney General: Foreclosure - News and information about foreclosure law and issues in Ohio.
Before Foreclosure: What you Should Know - Ohio State Bar Association
After Foreclosure: What you Should Know - Ohio State Bar Association
Mortgage Foreclosure Timeline - Hamilton County Treasurer
Are you Facing Foreclosure? - Hamilton County Clerk of Courts
An Overview of the Home Foreclosure Process - Federal Housing Finance Agency: Office of the Inspector General (not Ohio-specific)
Below you will find information about some resources that help homeowners avoid foreclosure:
Save the Dream Ohio - This page provides information about a multiple agency foreclosure prevention initiative that connects homeowners at risk of foreclosure with HUD-approved housing counseling agencies.
Making Home Affordable - This page provides information about a program of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development that helps financially distressed homeowners in avoiding foreclosure and exploring financial options.
HUD - Avoiding Foreclosure - This site contains a summary of the federal programs designed to help homeowners avoid foreclosure.
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