Georgia Foreclosure Law Help and Legal Aid

Georgia Foreclosure

  • Foreclosure is a legal process that allows your lender to sell your house and use the money to pay back the loan.
  • Georgia is a non - judicial foreclosure state.  To foreclose, the lender only has follow special rules to notify you.
  • Foreclosure is not the same as eviction.  You cannot be evicted until after the foreclosure sale. You don’t have to leave your house until you are legally evicted.

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