At any time during the pendency of the foreclosure, the plaintiff may apply to the court for an order approving an offer for a commercially reasonable sale of the property free of the claims of the parties to the action and other persons served with notice pursuant to section 654.15B . A copy of the offer shall be attached to the application and the application shall contain a written consent to the proposed sale by all equitable titleholders who have not abandoned the property. The court may grant the motion unless a party in interest objects in writing during such time as the court may prescribe. A person filing an objection with a claim junior to the plaintiff shall either apply for assignment of senior claims pursuant to section 654.8 , otherwise provide adequate protection to senior creditors, or establish that a sheriff’s sale is substantially more likely than the proposed sale to provide the creditor with more favorable satisfaction of its lien. Pending resolution of the rights of the parties and persons served with notice pursuant to section 654.15B , the court shall place the net proceeds of the sale in escrow after payment of reasonable closing costs. The rights of such persons to the escrowed funds shall be determined in the same manner as their rights to the property that was sold.