Examples of foreclose in a Sentence
They've been unable to make their mortgage payments, and the bank has threatened to foreclose.
The bank has threatened to foreclose their mortgage.
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The Department of City Development, also a part of Mayor Tom Barrett's administration, vets potential buyers and sells the tax foreclosed properties.
All three were outside my usual stable-life-partner type: One was an enchanting artist who was foreclosing on his house; another, a selfish guy who was a dependably great time; the third, an older kinky man who deliciously tied me up.
Board member Alexander Brunk stessed that the plan does not foreclose further changes or a referendum in the future.
In effect, the board was giving him the opportunity to foreclose on its headquarters to collect what he was owed.
Did Obama foreclose better future options for the U.S. than a choice between acquiescence and war?
Instead, Republicans on the committee tried to foreclose the whole inquiry by quoting broad statements (made by former intelligence officials on talk shows and the salon circuit) that no evidence exists.
Still, Barrack’s intervention had been crucial, persuading Chase not to foreclose and giving Trump time to line up financing.
The index would continue sliding as unemployment spiked to 10% and six homes were foreclosed on every minute until early 2009.
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