State Unveils New Online Foreclosure Publication System

The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) announces a new website for the publication of notices of public sale for foreclosed property.

The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA) announces a new website for the publication of notices of public sale for foreclosed property.

Pursuant to Act 182, Session Laws of Hawaii 2012 (the “Act”), section 20, the DCCA expanded its website for the Mortgage Foreclosure Dispute Resolution Program ( http://mfdr.ehawaii.gov ) to permit mortgagees who have foreclosed owner-occupied property, non-judicially, to fulfill a portion of their notice requirements online.  Per the Act, electronic publication costs $300 per notice.  An ehawaii.gov subscriber account is required to publish, but not to view, notices of public sale published in this manner.

For further information about electronic publication of notices of public sale, or the Mortgage Foreclosure Dispute Resolution Program, go to: http://cca.hawaii.gov/oah/mfdr/mortgage-foreclosure-dispute-resolution-mfdr-program.

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