Toronto Sheriff's eviction notice - Help and advice to stop the eviction process before a lender takes your house or condo

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Ronald Alphonso is a Toronto mortgage broker that specializes in stopping power of sales, foreclosures and evictions in Ontario. Over the past 10 years, Mr. Alphonso has noticed a dramatic increase in the number of people calling him to help stop an eviction. The following information is meant to assist people facing the Ontario eviction process. Most people who are being evicted do not understand the eviction process or their rights. If you are being evicted and need immediate assistance please call Mr. Alphonso for a free consultation.

To stop, avoid or delay an eviction the home owner must act quickly. Once the eviction date is set, cancelling an eviction is very difficult. Before a person can be evicted from their home the lender must follow the legal process which includes a Notice of Default, Statement of Claim, Notice of Possession and finally the Sheriff's Eviction Notice. If you have received any of these notices you should read them carefully and act quickly to prevent the eviction.

A "Sheriff's Eviction Notice" also called a "Notice to Vacate" is usually sent in the mail to the property. It will have a date and time for the eviction and contact information for the sheriff's office. The sheriff is an officer of the court and has been authorized by the court to evict you. If you resist the eviction process the sheriff will call the police to help enforce the eviction.

The homeowner should find out if the eviction is related to a power of sale or foreclosure. This is very important. In the case of a power of sale the homeowner is entitled to any surplus proceeds from the sale of the property. In the case of a foreclosure the lender takes the property and all the equity related to the property.

 Every region or city has its own sheriff that enforces evictions, for instance the sheriff for Durham Region will evict people in Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa and Uxbridge. Since every region has a different sheriff and some areas may have more evictions than others, the time it takes to be evicted is different. This means that if you have a house in Hamilton with a sheriff that is not busy, the eviction could happen quickly. In contrast if you live in Toronto, where the sheriff is busy, the eviction process could take much longer.

Everyone wants to know how to stop an eviction. The simple answer is pay the mortgage lender the amount requested. Unfortunately, most people facing eviction cannot afford to pay off their mortgage. It is usually a good idea to contact the lender to let know you are trying to meet their demands. Most lenders will usually be much more lenient with homeowners that communicate and co-operate with them.

To stop the eviction process Mr. Alphonso works with the home owner to determine the best strategy for each individual situation. Once a strategy is agreed on, a request is sent to mortgage lender and their lawyer to stop or cancel the eviction process. The lender and their lawyer are also sent a statement which clearly shows how the lender will be repaid and specific dates for the payment.

If you are going to be evicted and cannot stop the eviction you should make preparations to leave the house. Once you are evicted it can be difficult to remove the contents of your house. Pack important items such as medicine and legal documents. Be sure to keep all documents related to the power of sale, foreclosure or eviction, do not leave them in the house when you are evicted. Find a place to live or look for a place to rent. If you do not have the money to rent a place call the local city for housing, see if they have any place that you can stay.

As of the writing of this article the sheriff's office for the Region of Peel which includes Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon stated that it is presently taking about two weeks from the time of receiving the court order to the time of eviction. York Region which includes Newmarket, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Markham, Vaughan, Markham and King City is presently taking about four weeks from receiving the court order to the time of eviction.

At the present time Mr. Alphonso is working to stop evictions across the GTA and in towns such as Barrie, Orillia, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Peterborough. If you've received an eviction notice or are looking to avoid eviction call Mr. Alphonso at 416-499-2122 or visit his website powerofsalesontario.ca to get more information on the eviction process.

Toronto Sheriff's eviction notice - Help and advice to stop the eviction process before a lender takes your house or condo

Sponsored content Aug 22, 2016 Scarborough Mirror

Ronald Alphonso is a Toronto mortgage broker that specializes in stopping power of sales, foreclosures and evictions in Ontario. Over the past 10 years, Mr. Alphonso has noticed a dramatic increase in the number of people calling him to help stop an eviction. The following information is meant to assist people facing the Ontario eviction process. Most people who are being evicted do not understand the eviction process or their rights. If you are being evicted and need immediate assistance please call Mr. Alphonso for a free consultation.

To stop, avoid or delay an eviction the home owner must act quickly. Once the eviction date is set, cancelling an eviction is very difficult. Before a person can be evicted from their home the lender must follow the legal process which includes a Notice of Default, Statement of Claim, Notice of Possession and finally the Sheriff's Eviction Notice. If you have received any of these notices you should read them carefully and act quickly to prevent the eviction.

A "Sheriff's Eviction Notice" also called a "Notice to Vacate" is usually sent in the mail to the property. It will have a date and time for the eviction and contact information for the sheriff's office. The sheriff is an officer of the court and has been authorized by the court to evict you. If you resist the eviction process the sheriff will call the police to help enforce the eviction.

The homeowner should find out if the eviction is related to a power of sale or foreclosure. This is very important. In the case of a power of sale the homeowner is entitled to any surplus proceeds from the sale of the property. In the case of a foreclosure the lender takes the property and all the equity related to the property.

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 Every region or city has its own sheriff that enforces evictions, for instance the sheriff for Durham Region will evict people in Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa and Uxbridge. Since every region has a different sheriff and some areas may have more evictions than others, the time it takes to be evicted is different. This means that if you have a house in Hamilton with a sheriff that is not busy, the eviction could happen quickly. In contrast if you live in Toronto, where the sheriff is busy, the eviction process could take much longer.

Everyone wants to know how to stop an eviction. The simple answer is pay the mortgage lender the amount requested. Unfortunately, most people facing eviction cannot afford to pay off their mortgage. It is usually a good idea to contact the lender to let know you are trying to meet their demands. Most lenders will usually be much more lenient with homeowners that communicate and co-operate with them.

To stop the eviction process Mr. Alphonso works with the home owner to determine the best strategy for each individual situation. Once a strategy is agreed on, a request is sent to mortgage lender and their lawyer to stop or cancel the eviction process. The lender and their lawyer are also sent a statement which clearly shows how the lender will be repaid and specific dates for the payment.

If you are going to be evicted and cannot stop the eviction you should make preparations to leave the house. Once you are evicted it can be difficult to remove the contents of your house. Pack important items such as medicine and legal documents. Be sure to keep all documents related to the power of sale, foreclosure or eviction, do not leave them in the house when you are evicted. Find a place to live or look for a place to rent. If you do not have the money to rent a place call the local city for housing, see if they have any place that you can stay.

As of the writing of this article the sheriff's office for the Region of Peel which includes Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon stated that it is presently taking about two weeks from the time of receiving the court order to the time of eviction. York Region which includes Newmarket, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Markham, Vaughan, Markham and King City is presently taking about four weeks from receiving the court order to the time of eviction.

At the present time Mr. Alphonso is working to stop evictions across the GTA and in towns such as Barrie, Orillia, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Peterborough. If you've received an eviction notice or are looking to avoid eviction call Mr. Alphonso at 416-499-2122 or visit his website powerofsalesontario.ca to get more information on the eviction process.

Toronto Sheriff's eviction notice - Help and advice to stop the eviction process before a lender takes your house or condo

Sponsored content Aug 22, 2016 Scarborough Mirror

Ronald Alphonso is a Toronto mortgage broker that specializes in stopping power of sales, foreclosures and evictions in Ontario. Over the past 10 years, Mr. Alphonso has noticed a dramatic increase in the number of people calling him to help stop an eviction. The following information is meant to assist people facing the Ontario eviction process. Most people who are being evicted do not understand the eviction process or their rights. If you are being evicted and need immediate assistance please call Mr. Alphonso for a free consultation.

To stop, avoid or delay an eviction the home owner must act quickly. Once the eviction date is set, cancelling an eviction is very difficult. Before a person can be evicted from their home the lender must follow the legal process which includes a Notice of Default, Statement of Claim, Notice of Possession and finally the Sheriff's Eviction Notice. If you have received any of these notices you should read them carefully and act quickly to prevent the eviction.

A "Sheriff's Eviction Notice" also called a "Notice to Vacate" is usually sent in the mail to the property. It will have a date and time for the eviction and contact information for the sheriff's office. The sheriff is an officer of the court and has been authorized by the court to evict you. If you resist the eviction process the sheriff will call the police to help enforce the eviction.

The homeowner should find out if the eviction is related to a power of sale or foreclosure. This is very important. In the case of a power of sale the homeowner is entitled to any surplus proceeds from the sale of the property. In the case of a foreclosure the lender takes the property and all the equity related to the property.

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 Every region or city has its own sheriff that enforces evictions, for instance the sheriff for Durham Region will evict people in Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa and Uxbridge. Since every region has a different sheriff and some areas may have more evictions than others, the time it takes to be evicted is different. This means that if you have a house in Hamilton with a sheriff that is not busy, the eviction could happen quickly. In contrast if you live in Toronto, where the sheriff is busy, the eviction process could take much longer.

Everyone wants to know how to stop an eviction. The simple answer is pay the mortgage lender the amount requested. Unfortunately, most people facing eviction cannot afford to pay off their mortgage. It is usually a good idea to contact the lender to let know you are trying to meet their demands. Most lenders will usually be much more lenient with homeowners that communicate and co-operate with them.

To stop the eviction process Mr. Alphonso works with the home owner to determine the best strategy for each individual situation. Once a strategy is agreed on, a request is sent to mortgage lender and their lawyer to stop or cancel the eviction process. The lender and their lawyer are also sent a statement which clearly shows how the lender will be repaid and specific dates for the payment.

If you are going to be evicted and cannot stop the eviction you should make preparations to leave the house. Once you are evicted it can be difficult to remove the contents of your house. Pack important items such as medicine and legal documents. Be sure to keep all documents related to the power of sale, foreclosure or eviction, do not leave them in the house when you are evicted. Find a place to live or look for a place to rent. If you do not have the money to rent a place call the local city for housing, see if they have any place that you can stay.

As of the writing of this article the sheriff's office for the Region of Peel which includes Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon stated that it is presently taking about two weeks from the time of receiving the court order to the time of eviction. York Region which includes Newmarket, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Markham, Vaughan, Markham and King City is presently taking about four weeks from receiving the court order to the time of eviction.

At the present time Mr. Alphonso is working to stop evictions across the GTA and in towns such as Barrie, Orillia, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Peterborough. If you've received an eviction notice or are looking to avoid eviction call Mr. Alphonso at 416-499-2122 or visit his website powerofsalesontario.ca to get more information on the eviction process.