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NOT LEGAL ADVICE

The resources provided here are for information only and are not to be considerd as legal advice. Detailed foreclosure advice should only be sought from a qualified foreclosure attorney.
US Foreclosure Network (USFN)

Consumer Foreclosure Resources

TD Service Financial Corporation and its subsidiaries specialize in "B2B" (business-to-business") services. That is, we don't offer services directly to consumers.

We are frequently contacted by consumers for a wide variety of foreclosure-related issues, especially foreclosure listings, questions about state timelines, etc. We created this page to direct consumers to resources that are equipped and created expressly for the purpose of providing consumer assistance.

FORECLOSURE LISTINGS

TD processes foreclosures in several western states. However, there are other trustee firms that also process foreclosures. While TD does offer listings of files we are processing for free through our "SALESTRACK" web app, we suggest another resource that consolidates foreclosure listings nationwide.

HOME LOAN LEARNING CENTER

The MBA (Mortgage Bankers Association) has put together an excellent site with information about the home loan process. It's called the "Home Loan Learning Center," and we suggest you bookmark it for future reference.

HUD FORECLOSURE PORTAL

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban development has an information-rich portal with a great deal of information regarding foreclosures and the foreclosure process. It is available here.

CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU (CFPB)

Recently, the United States Government established a new office called the "Consumer Financial Protection Bureau" to protect consumers from predatory lending and unlawful foreclosure. While it is a new entity, the CFPB has created a number of new regulations regarding the foreclosure process. Visit the CFPB Portal here.