This flyer gives gives basic information on the foreclosure process in Georgia.
Brochure on the Foreclosure Process
This brochure discusses the basic steps involved in the foreclosure process in Georgia and what to expect.
How to Avoid Foreclosure and Keep Your Home
This document provides ten (10) important steps to take if you have fallen behind in your home mortgage payments.
Learn About Foreclosure in Georgia (video)
Learn about the foreclosure process and where to get help if you are behind on your mortgage.
What should I know about foreclosure in Georgia?
Learn about the foreclosure process and what you can do if you cannot afford to pay your mortgage.
What should I know about the rights of a renter during a foreclosure?
Learn about the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act which protects tenants when their landlord is in foreclosure.
Foreclosure Freezes or Moratoriums: What Does it Mean For You?
Watch to learn about foreclosure freezes and moratoriums in Georgia.
Help for Georgia seniors facing foreclosure on reverse mortgages (video)
Watch to learn about help for those facing foreclosure on reverse mortgages.
Struggling to Pay Your Mortgage?
This document helps explore the options available when you are at the risk of foreclosure.
Can Bankruptcy Help Me Save My House?
Information for Georgia homeowners about the automatic stay, the difference between chapter 7 and chapter 13, and other options you might have to save your home.
Thinking About Selling Your Home?
This flyer helps you to identify and avoid scams when selling your home.
What Kinds of Cases can You Bring Before Magistrate Court?
The Magistrate Court is authorized to hear a variety of civil cases, as long as the claim does not exceed the $15,000.00 limit, including suits on accounts or contracts where a debtor has failed to pay a debt, damages or personal injury claims involving accidents or wrongful conduct, failure to perform on written contracts, personal property foreclosures, garnishments, levies on property to satisfy a judgment and abandoned motor vehicle. Landlord-tenant cases, referred to as dispossessory actions and in some cases distress warrants, are filed against individuals or corporations who remain on a property without the right to do so. These landlord-tenant actions are usually filed for non-payment of rent. Dispossessory actions represent an exception in Magistrate Court where the jurisdictional limit of $15,000.00 does not apply.
What should I know about avoiding scams when buying, repairing, or selling a home?
Read to learn about home scams and how to avoid them when buying, repairing, or selling a home.