Both judicial and non-judicial processes are followed in North Carolina. Strict foreclosure refers to the procedure pursuant to which the court ascertains the amount due under the mortgage; orders its payment within a certain limited time; and prescribes that in default of such payment a debtor will permanently lose his or her equity of redemption, the right to recover the property upon payment of the debt, interest, and costs.
Promissory Note: A promissory note is also an unsecured note and a contract between the lender and borrower where the borrower agrees to pay the difference (or a percentage of the difference) between the amount owed and the sales price of the property.
HDFC Bank reserves the right at any time, without prior notice to add, alter, modify, change or vary all or any of these Terms and conditions or to replace wholly or in part, the above offer by another offer, whether similar to above offer or not, or to withdraw it altogether.
After the required time has elapsed, typically after 120 days without making a payment, the homeowner will be sent a notice of foreclosure sale, which will provide notice of the date by which the premises must be vacated and may include the total amount in arrears as well.
For homeowners in these two states, facing strict foreclosure can be a harrowing event, as all of their equity will simply be transferred over to the lender, which will then be able to list the property on the market and take all of the profits as their own.