Florida Loan Modification

What is a Loan Modification in Florida? In many situations where homeowners are struggling to make their monthly mortgage payments, a possible solution to assist in easing the burden of those monthly payments is to apply for a loan modification, a type of loss mitigation effort. In essence, a loan

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Florida Final Judgment of Foreclosure

A Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Florida against the Homeowner is a judgment issued by the Court at a Foreclosure Non-Jury Trial, Foreclosure Jury Trial, or Summary Judgment Motion against the Defendants in the foreclosure proceeding in favor of the Bank. The Final Judgment of Foreclosure details the amounts due and

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Deed in Lieu Florida

Deed in Lieu Florida? As a Florida homeowner, you may decide to complete a deed in lieu of foreclosure instead of engaging in a short sale, loan modification or any other loss mitigation option that may be available.  A deed in lieu of foreclosure is a recorded document in which

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Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorneys

In Florida, once served with a Foreclosure Complaint, you have ONLY 20-days to respond. Failure to file a response, can result in the loss of your rights to defend and fight the foreclosure proceedings. Time is of the essence, so make sure that you when you need an experienced Florida

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Short Sale vs. Foreclosure in Florida

 Short Sale vs. Foreclosure in Florida? Although the number of foreclosure filings have slipped in the state of Florida, the number of foreclosures are still staggering. Many Floridians still have difficulty making their monthly mortgage payments and must decide on the best course of action to either keep their home

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Drafting a Foolproof Settlement Agreement (Florida)

 Settlement Agreements have become a commonplace alternative to filing an expensive and drawn-out lawsuit. When thinking of entering into a settlement agreement, make sure to identify who the key characters are, identify the dispute, list what property is involved, if any, and the consequences of a breach. It is important

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