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Getting the 50,000 or three times the actual damages after Foreclosure

Getting the 50,000 or three times the actual damages

 (b) After a trustee’s deed upon sale has been recorded, a mortgage
servicer, mortgagee, trustee, beneficiary, or authorized agent shall… 3,778 more words


Can Underwater Mortgages Be Refinanced?

Homeowners have watched anxiously as the values of their homes have decreased dramatically. Historically, when home values have dropped, we have seen the housing market bottom out and gradually begin to rise again. 466 more words

Refinance Home Mortgage - Quick Tips

At the end of October, the fed funds dropped from 1.5% to 1% at the late of October by the fed cut. We have not seen a lower rate since year 2003. 368 more words


Why are modifications being undermined when they would so obviously preserve the value of the “loan?” The answer is because the real party in interest in the foreclosures is the servicer, not the trust, which doesn’t own the loan anyway, nor even the investor/beneficiaries, who reap very little out of the proceeds of foreclosure. 2,494 more words


Will Florida’s Supreme Court protect the Homeowner or Bank?

Florida Supreme Court to rule on the Five Year Statute of Limitations

by William Hudson

In Florida, a five-year statute of limitations rule may prevent banks from being able to foreclose despite ongoing litigation.  1,151 more words


Getting Your Goals Set on the Right Conclusions

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I was responding to a client about the goals in opposing the wrongful foreclosures. 783 more words