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Who Can Foreclose. There are three ways owners can lose their homes: (i) a lender can foreclose after an owner stops making mortgage payments; (ii) the state can foreclose if an owner stops paying their property taxes; and (iii) a homeowners association can foreclose if an owner is delinquent $1,800 or twelve months, whichever comes first.  

Boards must approve and then record a lien to protect  association's interest. A notice of default starts the foreclosure process once the board approves the sale. A notice of sale sets the sale date for  auction of the property. Auction of the property is done by a trustee. Sale defaults to HOA if no bid higher than amount of delinquency. Upon sale, a 90-day redemption period starts. The foreclosure timeline is approximately one year.

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