Your Rights When Your Landlord is in Foreclosure

This video will help you learn what to do if you're a renter and the building you live in is being foreclosed. It's important to remember that tenants don't have to move right away in a foreclosure. After a foreclosure, you have the right to stay in your home for at least 90 days while you look for a new place to live. To learn more, watch this video or read our more in-depth article, "Is Your Landlord Going Through Foreclosure? What a Tenant Needs to Know."

If you have very low income and have questions about your rights, call Statewide Legal Services at 1-800-453-3320.

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Statewide Legal Services: 860-344-0380 (Central CT & Middletown) or 1-800-453-3320 (all other regions).

For people over 60, click here to get help from legal aid.

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