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How Many Mortgage Payments Can I Miss Before Foreclosure?

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Foreclosures have a way of creeping up on hardworking homeowners despite their earnest efforts to keep up with payments. For families who are struggling financially, it can be hard to get your feet back under you when you feel like you keep falling farther behind. Understanding the typical foreclosure timeline With mortgage payments, you… Read More »

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The Bank’s Burden of Proof in a Foreclosure Case

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The bank has no foreclosure case against you if it cannot prove its claim against you. Don’t let them try to bully you into thinking otherwise. When it comes to Florida foreclosure cases, your best defense is an aggressive offense, and that means forcing your bank to prove their claims. Every claim they make… Read More »

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Programs for Floridians to Avoid Foreclosure

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Being at risk of foreclosure does not mean you are without options when it comes to keeping your home. And the earlier you seek out possible programs or opportunities to protect yourself from foreclosure, the better. If you are struggling to keep up with your monthly mortgage payments, don’t ignore the problem. Seek help… Read More »

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Defending Yourself from a Florida Foreclosure Part 8

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Subpoena Everyone As a judiciary state for foreclosure legal proceedings, all Florida foreclosure cases must be seen in court. This means a couple of things for you as a homeowner – 1) that it’s a relatively slow process (see what we suggest doing to take advantage of the delays by reading Part 7 in… Read More »

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Defending Yourself from a Florida Foreclosure Part 7

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Take Advantage of the Slow Process Throughout our nine-part series on the Florida foreclosure process, we have discussed many tips to help you prepare for what could happen if the banks were to come for your home. In addition to arming yourself with a good lawyer, we’ve encouraged you to keep the faith so you… Read More »

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Wells Fargo Admits to Error That Cost Borrowers Their Homes

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When the economy tanked around 2007-2008, the government knew that something had to be done to help people keep their homes. One option that was created was the Making Home Affordable Program (also known as HAMP, or Home Affordable Modification Program). The HAMP Program The program was designed to modify home loans to a… Read More »

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Foreclosure Starts Spike in South Florida in July

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Anyone who remembers the wave of foreclosures that crashed over Florida a decade ago must be disturbed by a new study from Attom Data Solutions. The study shows that foreclosure starts spiked in South Florida for July, well over the levels of a year prior. In fact, the foreclosure rate for Florida was higher… Read More »

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Case Requires Bank to Show Compliance with FHA Requirements

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For the most part, every mortgage and note are generally the same (at least in Florida, and if we’re talking about first mortgages on residential property). That is, they use the same basic language, with the same requirements imposed on the lender and the borrower. FHA Loans But FHA loans are a little different…. Read More »

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Free Mortgages to Veterans From Country Singer

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Popular country singer Tim McGraw announced that on each of the remaining stops of his tour this year, he plans to give away a mortgage-free home to a U.S. veteran of the armed forces. The singer’s web site indicates he and Operation Homefront have gifted more than 100 homes to veterans and their families…. Read More »

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Banks Argue for Reduced Fines for Zombie Foreclosures

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A bank is lobbying for a 90 percent reduction on city fines issued for code violations after allowing a 2011 foreclosure property to lie vacant and unkempt in a neighborhood for the last four years. Wells Fargo is asking that the $57,000 in fines be reduced down to $5,700 after the bank took corrective… Read More »

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