Oregon Amends Provisions of Foreclosure Avoidance Notice

Visit OnlineEd for all of your real estate educational needs

Oregon amends Foreclosure Avoidance Measure Notice

(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd – Portland, OR) Oregon has amended the provisions of its Foreclosure Avoidance Notice by providing for the form and content of the notice when a lender determines that a homeowner is not eligible for foreclosure avoidance measures or has not complied with an already agreed upon avoidance measure.

The form [Form 20] requires the lender to include homeowner name, lender name, and the subject property address. The lender will then check an appropriate box on the form indicating either that the homeowner is not eligible for any foreclosure avoidance measure or that the homeowner is not in compliance with the terms of an agreement already reached with the lender. The lender must describe with specificity and in plain language their basis for their determination. The form also notifies the homeowner of the date and location set for the sale of the property, cautions the homeowner to seek legal advice, and provides information about agencies and organizations to assist the homeowner.

View  or download a copy of this form.

###

For more information about OnlineEd’s mortgage and real estate broker education visit www.OnlineEd.com. For more information about mortgage-specific learning management systems and products for compliance training, tracking, and management visit  http://www.onlineed.com/inlineed.php or contact Joseph Mikkelson at 1.866.519.9597.

This article was published on February 12, 2014. All information contained in this posting is deemed correct and current as of this date, but is not guaranteed by the author. Due to the fluid nature of the subject matter, regulations, requirements, laws, prices and all other information may or may not be correct in the future and should be verified if cited, shared or otherwise republished.

Jeff Sorg

About the Author

Jeff Sorg is a co-founder of OnlineEd®, a Web-based vocational school founded in 1997 where he also serves as Corporate Secretary, Chief Operating Officer, and School Director. Sorg holds vocational instructor licenses in Oregon, Washington, California, and Nevada and has authored numerous pre-licensing and continuing education courses. Sorg was awarded the International Distance Education Certification Center's CDEi Designation for distance education in 2008. OnlineEd® provides real estate, mortgage broker, insurance, and contractor pre-license, post-license, continuing education, career enhancement, and professional development and designation courses over the Internet.