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Category: Foreclosure Defense

Facing Foreclosure On Your Home? Call A Short Sale Attorney

If you’re facing a foreclosure on your home, it may be time for you to call a short sale attorney. Nobody wants to be in a position where they are at risk of losing their home due to circumstances beyond their control. Understanding the difference between foreclosures and short sales will help you make the…

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Ask A Mortgage Renegotiation Attorney About Coronavirus Mortgage Assistance

Many Americans have been laid off, furloughed, or lost a good chunk of income thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The federal government has since created the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act to help relieve the financial burden faced by homeowners still paying off mortgages. Other private lenders are taking action to provide financial…

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Foreclosure Defense: What Is The Florida Foreclosure Process?

While nobody wants to face even the idea of foreclosure, the harsh reality is that one in every 200 homes in the United States will face foreclosure, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). It is even more vital for Florida residents to understand the foreclosure process timeline can vary significantly from case to…

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Understanding Foreclosure Defense

Nobody ever wishes for their home or property to go into foreclosure, but it occurs more often than one would think. In fact, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) says that one in every 200 homes will go through foreclosure at some point, which translates to 250,000 households every three months. While owning our own…

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Mortgage Questions? Ask A Loan Modification Attorney

In today’s economy, there are countless ways where you may find yourself unable to make your mortgage payment. Thankfully, there are more options than having to foreclose on your home. One way is to apply for a loan modification to your mortgage. While many are familiar with refinancing, loan modification is entirely different and often…

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When To Call A Short Sale Attorney

We like to believe that when we buy a house it will be a sound investment. Due to a variety of reasons, including declining market values, loss of employment, or acquiring new debt, many owners find themselves in situations where they need to sell their property for less than they owe on their mortgage. This…

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Foreclosure Defense Options During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The global pandemic of COVID-19 has turned the idea of normal on its head and put a lot of financial strain on countless people. Although jobs have become scarce, financial burdens haven’t lessened – including mortgages. When you fail to meet your mortgage payments, you face the risk of foreclosure. So, what are your foreclosure…

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Can An Attorney Help With Loan Modification?

Over my more than 45 years of practicing law, I’ve often been contacted by potential clients who ask if an attorney can help them negotiate a loan modification with their lender. The answer to that question is yes, that falls within the purview of what a practicing attorney can do. You, the potential client, should…

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What You Need To Know About Foreclosure Short Sales In Florida

Although not as prevalent as they once were, short sales in Florida offer an alternative option to the foreclosure. With a short sale, the implications for the distressed homeowners are not nearly as severe. But there are a few things you need to know before discussing a short sale with your bank or lending institution….

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Three Kinds Of Residential Foreclosure Defenses In Florida

Statistics show that in the first six months of 2019, Florida is the state with the fourth-highest foreclosure rate in the country. In December of 2019, over 600 foreclosure actions were filed in Dade County, close to 600 foreclosures filed in Broward County, and more than 350 in Palm Beach County. As a result of…

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