Deed in lieu of foreclosure

What is Deed in lieu of foreclosure?

A process typically used in a judicial foreclosure jurisdiction in which the underlying defaulted borrower directly transfers title of the mortgaged property to the lender to avoid the foreclosure process and to satisfy the underlying loan obligation.

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