As foreclosures continue to rise, lenders and borrowers are increasingly turning to short sales as a viable workout solution. Where a short sale isn't a possibility, lenders are often exploring Deeds-In-Lieu (D-I-L) of Foreclosure or appointing receivers to mitigate losses, as well as avoid fraud and mismanagement. Explore everything you need to know as an attorney for lenders or borrowers alike and the nuances that arise in short sales, D-I-Ls, and receiverships. Discover how to most effectively advise clients when traditional foreclosure isn't the best solution.
Summary of ContentsDeeds in Lieu of Foreclosure, Short Sales and Other Possible Alternatives to Mortgage Foreclosure
Loss Mitigation in the Post Dodd-Frank Era
Receiverships and Related Foreclosure Issues