Texas Foreclosure Law

In Texas foreclosure law either a mortgage or deed of trust are permitted.

Lenders typically lend under deed of trust and foreclose by trustee sale.

Under Texas Foreclosure Law, deficiency judgments are allowed after a non-judicial foreclosure.

There is no right of redemption in Texas after foreclosure, however the borrower has 20 days to reinstate.

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