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How Long Does a Foreclosure Take in Florida?

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If there is to be any good news in a foreclosure situation, it’s that the process is lengthy – generally lasting more than a year. That’s good news because it gives homeowners time and opportunity to mount a strong defense and fight to keep their home. Here in Florida, a wave of foreclosures will… Read More »

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Do You Lose Everything in a Foreclosure?

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With foreclosure, there are so many questions and usually your lender is very reluctant to provide any answers. That’s what we’re here for. To help you fight back and keep your home but also to educate you on the foreclosure process so you know your rights and can do everything in your power to… Read More »

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What Happens If I Get a Foreclosure Letter?

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Even if you know it’s coming, receiving a foreclosure letter in the mail can put you in a devastating situation and leave you questioning your next steps and your legal rights. It may feel like the odds are completely stacked against you, but in truth, you have many more rights and options than you… 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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Foreclosure Help for Floridians

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You’re not alone if many months you feel like you’ve just payed your mortgage payment and your next one is already due again. Struggling to stay on top of your mortgage responsibilities can be overwhelming for many Florida families, but it’s important to know that you are not alone. There are resources to help,… Read More »

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Can You Miss a Mortgage Payment?

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Many hardworking Americans have fallen on hard times in this past year and climbing back out from financial difficulties can be a monumental challenge. Before we get too far into the details of what to do if you miss a mortgage payment, however, one of the most important things to keep in mind is… Read More »

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What to Do After Receiving a Forbearance

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A mortgage forbearance is when your lender allows you to temporarily reduce your monthly mortgage payment or put a temporary pause on paying your mortgage. Forbearance does not mean you no longer owe that money. You will still be responsible for repaying the reduced payments or any missed payments once the forbearance period ends…. Read More »

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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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How to Avoid Foreclosure and Save Your Home

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When you buy your new home, the last thing on your mind is foreclosure, but unfortunately economic hardship can fall on anyone. If you find yourself nearing the prospect of foreclosure, there are steps you can take to avoid foreclosure and save your Florida home. What to do if your home is at risk… Read More »

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Preparing for a Summary Judgment Hearing As Part of a Foreclosure

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In the Florida foreclosure process, the summary judgment hearing occurs after you have been delivered the summons and given a copy of the complaint and lis pendens. It’s an essential step in the process because if the bank were to get summary judgment, it can then proceed with a foreclosure sale. After receiving the… Read More »

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