Miami Foreclosure Defense Firm Offers Webinar on Homeowner Defense
Please join Miami Foreclosure Defense Attorney Bruce Jacobs this Sunday, May 1 at 7 p.m. for a 90 minute Webinar: “Strategies for an Underwater Mortgage.”
Attorney Jacobs and his staff have been working with homeowners since the start of the recession. Whether you are looking to stop foreclosure in Miami, or are thinking about a home-loan modification, short sale or strategic default, this webinar will be packed full of free and useful legal advice meant to protect your rights and the financial well-being of you and your family.
Attorney Jacobs is a former Miami County Prosecutor who spent years representing banks in foreclosures all over Florida. He is part of “Max Gardener’s Army,” a group of attorneys trained in cutting-edge strategies who are sharing information and legal strategies in real time. His goal is to bring meaningful relief to homeowners struggling with foreclosure issues.
Visit www.didyourbanklie.com/webinar to register. Cost of the seminar is $36, payable via credit card or PayPal. Act now and receive 50 percent off using promo code: VIP (case sensitive).
Topics up for discussion include:
-Why isn’t the loan modification process working?
-Do I want a loan modification anyway?
-What is securitization and how can it help?
-Are there meaningful defenses to foreclosure?
-What happens if I stop paying my mortgage?
-What about the condo or homeowners association?
-Should I pay my property taxes and insurance?
-How does the foreclosure process work?
-What is a deficiency judgment?
-Does my credit score matter if I owe so much?
-Can I get a principal balance reduction?
Knowledge is Power – Negotiate from Strength!
For more information or for media inquiry, contact Barbara Ferenczi at BNE Marketing at Barbara@BNEMarketing.com.
If you need help with foreclosure issues in Miami or the surrounding areas, including short sales, deficiency judgments, strategic defaults or other help for Miami homeowners, contact Jacobs Legal for a confidential appointment to discuss your rights. Call (305) 358-7991.