Quinn signs law to fast-track foreclosures
CHICAGO – Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a new law that's designed to speed up Illinois' foreclosure process.
The governor's office says the law will help restore neighborhoods and property values by decreasing the time a home sits empty and getting properties back on the market. The foreclosure process now takes nearly two years, and the law is designed to shorten that to a few months.
Quinn says the bill also will allow the state to invest in Illinois families by preventing foreclosures in the first place.
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