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Category: Foreclosure Defense

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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Facing Foreclosure? Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure vs. Short Sale: Know The Options

Homeowners who have defaulted on their mortgage payments may want to avoid the process and impact of foreclosure if possible. Two other options are deeds in lieu of foreclosure and short sales. Foreclosures can be lengthy and costly for both the lenders and property owners. These types of agreements can be beneficial for both parties,…

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Do I Need A Loan Modification Attorney?

Choosing to buy a home is no small commitment. In fact, a conventional mortgage can take up to 30 years to pay off. A lot can happen during this time, and it’s not unusual for homeowners to find themselves in a sticky financial situation. During these tough times, a loan modification attorney can make a…

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Foreclosure Defense Attorney Discusses The Impact Of Another Recession On Real Estate

Everyone remembers the devastating effects of the 2008 housing market crash. Now, after 10 years, many people are beginning to question if another recession can be expected soon and how that will affect real estate. Combine this with changing interest rates, threats of tariffs, and U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inversion and you have many…

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How Can I Get A Loan Reinstatement?

Occasional financial struggles can cause us to fall behind on our home mortgage. When you fall behind on your mortgage payment, the amount that you owe is known as “arrears.” There are options for loan modifications that help you stay in your home and allow you to continue making your house payments without paying the…

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Foreclosure Attorney Discusses Loan Reinstatements

We all experience tough times where loan repayments can be near impossible. But with the help of a foreclosure defense attorney, there’s still hope. He or she might even help prevent the slope towards potential foreclosure and reinstatement. In this article, we go through the ins and outs of loan reinstatements and whether they are…

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Legalities Of Asset Protection With Foreclosure

Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions that an individual can make. This makes the inability to pay the mortgage even more difficult. When a homeowner is unable to repay the mortgage, they may find themselves in the legalities of foreclosure. Foreclosure involves the homeowner forfeiting their rights to the property. The property…

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Your Short Sale Guide

It can be an extremely stressful time when homeowners start to fall behind on their mortgage payments. A short sale is one of the financial options to help reduce the panic and debt whereby the home is sold for less than the balance remaining on the mortgage. Essentially, the homeowner is “short” on the cash…

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Foreclosure Defense Options Available To You

It is never easy hearing that your home might be foreclosed. Before throwing in the towel and searching for a new place, equip yourself with knowing the facts of foreclosure defense options. Types of Foreclosure Defense By enlisting the help of an experienced foreclosure attorney, such as Gary I. Handin, you can raise one of…

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Forbearance Agreement 101

Simply put, a forbearance agreement is a legal agreement between a lender and a borrower with terms to temporarily postpone mortgage repayment. The agreement is normally made as a form of payment relief to avoid the losses generated by property foreclosure from falling on the lender. The hesitancy towards forbearance agreements most often comes from…

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