Deed in lieu of foreclosure

A deed in lieu of foreclosure is an exchange of outstanding (and usually past-due) mortgage debt in return for full ownership rights to the mortgaged property. A property owner in distress can sometimes avoid foreclosure by negotiating this arrangement with the lender.
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