What is curing a default and how do I do that?
Curing a default is paying all outstanding amounts and bringing the loan current. In other words, if a foreclosure is started because you failed to make some payments, in order to cure the default, you would have to pay the delinquent payments plus interest and any other charges the lender has incurred as a result of the foreclosure which includes Attorney and Public Trustee expenses.

If you want to cure you must file a Notice of Intent to Cure Default at least fifteen (15) days before the sale date. Click Here

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1. When and where are foreclosure sales held?
2. If a Deed of Trust was recorded in the prior county, does the lender release it there or in Broomfield?
3. Where can I find information about foreclosures?
4. I just received a notice from the Public Trustee that a foreclosure was started on my property. Do I have to move out right away?
5. What is curing a default and how do I do that?