Where Does the Money Go? Maybe We Should Ask the Michigan Legislature. . .

In Michigan, foreclosure is not only a contractual right, but a statutory right as well. Michigan is primarily a foreclosure by advertisement state; however, foreclosure may proceed through the court system as well. This is referred to a judicial foreclosure.  Read the article………….


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