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Can You Get Out of Foreclosure Once It Starts?

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The Florida foreclosure process cannot officially begin until you have missed more than 120 days – or four months – of payments on your mortgage loan. But once foreclosure does start, there are still ways to prevent it from happening. Don’t be left to the mercy of the bank. Take action as early as… Read More »

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Can You Stop Foreclosure by Paying the Past Due Amount?

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Yes, there are several ways to stop a foreclosure including by paying off the past due amount. Let’s walk through this process in more detail. In addition, be sure to read more about other steps you can take to avoid a foreclosure in Florida. What it means to reinstate the mortgage The foreclosure process… Read More »

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Can I Sell My House If It’s in Foreclosure?

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Foreclosure is one of the scariest and most heartbreaking processes a family can go through, and for those who must face it, many mistakenly believe they have no choice or say in the matter. They falsely believe they have run out of options and must accept their situation. But that couldn’t be farther from… Read More »

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What are the Foreclosure Laws in Florida?

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Foreclosure laws vary by state, so if you’re a Florida homeowner, it’s important to partner with a trusted foreclosure defense lawyer who is a member of the Florida Bar and has extensive experience fighting and defeating Goliath banking institutions like the one you’re up against. In Florida, like elsewhere in the country, if you… Read More »

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Does Forbearance Affect Your Credit Score?

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Loan forbearance is an arrangement between you and your mortgage servicer to temporarily pause or decrease your monthly loan payments for a set period of time. For families going through temporary hardships, forbearance can be a helpful alternative that gives them much-needed time to regain their financial footing. Not every homeowner qualifies for forbearance,… Read More »

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Can a Mortgage Company Foreclose if you are 30 Days Late?

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The process of foreclosure begins when you fall behind on your mortgage payments, but even if your bank notifies you that you are entering the beginning phases of pre-foreclosure, it does not mean you will lose your home. Being 30 days late on a mortgage payment is by no means a guarantee of foreclosure… Read More »

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