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Avoiding Foreclosure Before It Starts
Avoiding Foreclosure Before It Starts

Borrowers may be able to avoid a foreclosure before the paperwork is filed. Lenders on any federally-backed loan cannot file a foreclosure the first day a payment is late. Also, most mortgages contain language known as a “paragraph 22 notice” (it is typically outlined in ...

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    Title insurance companies require a purchaser of properties at a tax deed sale to file a quiet title action prior to insuring a title. A common ...

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  • TO QUIET TITLE OR NOT TO QUIET TITLE?

    A quiet title action is an action filed in court to remove some “cloud” or defect on the title to real property. The defect can be a mortgage lien or ...

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  • Starting the Eviction Process

    Many people want to start the eviction process, but not everyone understands what situations can make this a possibility. In some cases, evictions are ...

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  • The Basics of Eviction for Landlords

    I receive several calls a month from potential client’s seeking to start an eviction process who are slightly misunderstood as to what situations ...

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  • What Are My Rights as a Tenant?

    The relationship between landlords and tenants can be difficult if not all rights and responsibilities are being adhered to by both parties. Florida ...

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