Redemption Process

Filing an Intent to Redeem

As of 2008 and ongoing, the homeowner does not have the right to redeem.

Policy on Intents to Redeem and Redemptions

Junior Lienor Intents to Redeem

  • Intent to Redeem form
  • The top section is information pertaining to the foreclosure.
  • The middle section is information pertaining to your lien.
  • The affidavit is for the amount due on the lien being filed. This must be signed and notarized.
  • All intents must include the telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, and postal address.
  • Certified copies of recorded lien assignments.
  • $50.00 filing fee per intent.
  • The intent must be filed within eight business days of sale.

Requirements For Homeowner Association (HOA) Liens

  • Intent to Redeem form.
    • The principal must match the junior lien amount on the notarized affidavit.
  • $50.00 check or money order payable to the Public Trustee
  • Certified copy of recorded notice of lien and Recorded Declarations.
  • Ledger of fees
  • Certified copy of recorded assignment of lien, if applicable
  • Notarized affidavit from the HOA officer or their attorney stating amount that is super lien versus junior lien.