Repossession of your home and how to stop it
If you do not keep up with your mortgage or secured loan repayments, your lender can sell your home to get back the money you owe them.
You have rights if your home is being repossessed and you could negotiate with your lender to stop it from happening.
The repossession process your mortgage lender must follow.
Your home can only be repossessed if your lender gets a court order. The court could decide to stop the repossession or give you time to pay your arrears.
Things to do if you cannot pay your mortgage or secured loans.
Finding a place to live after repossession and what happens to your debt.
The repossession process if you owe money on a secured loan against your home.
The circumstances when your home could be repossessed.
What you can do if your private landlord or partner hasn't paid the mortgage of the home you live in.
What must happen before you’re evicted and how evictions are carried out.
Last updated: 3 February 2022