What if the Borrower (Trustor) wants to give me the property back in lieu of paying the loan?

That may be considered a "Deed in Lieu" and can be a solution where the Borrower transfers ownership of the property to you avoiding a foreclosure. Use extreme caution in this process; you may be accepting the property subject to encumbrances, liens or judgments. Legal counsel can advise and guide you through this process.

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Frequently Asked Questions
What if there are no bidders at the sale?

The property is then returned to the beneficiary. The beneficiary or lender now owns the property and they will receive a Trustee’s Deed within a few days. Their next step would be to make any preparations for taking possession of the property and plans for its disposition or liquidation.

Foreclosure Statistics
2009 To 2014 Foreclosure Statistics for San Luis Obispo County, California

This document details the number of Notice of Defaults, Notice of Sales, and Trustee's Deeds filed in San Luis Obispo County, CA from January 2009 through 2014. For review of data prior to 2009 please contact our office.

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