If I bring my mortgage current do I have to pay attorney fees and late charges to stop the foreclosure sale?

Asked on November 28, 2011 under Real Estate Law, Texas

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

In all likelihood, if you bring your mortgage current after not making certain monthly payments, you will have to pay the attorneys fees and late charges also to stop the foreclosure proceeding.

You should have received certain notices from your lender about the costs to stop the foreclosure and cure where all of the associated costs should be designated upon the noice. If you have additional questions as to the amount needed to cure, you should contact your lender for the pay off to cure.

You may need to also need your mortage and loan agreement as well.


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