Florida Short Sales: Home Owners Selling in Short Sales Need to Be Aware of the Tax Lien Investor: Who Holds The Liens on Your Florida Property?

| February 12, 2013

Across the country, there’s lots of positive feedback about Fannie Mae’s “HomePath for Short Sales” where any Fannie Mae-owned home loan can be escalated by the realtor – and once this happens, Fannie Mae people enter the transaction to work directly with the mortgage servicer as well as the realtor to get things resolved and […]

New CFPB Federal Regulations Will Help Florida Home Owners and Florida Short Sales, Florida Foreclosures: Help Will Arrive in 2014, Too Late to Help Many Florida Borrowers Dealing With Bank Problems Now

| January 22, 2013

For Florida short sales to succeed, and for Florida homeowners trying to avoid a foreclosure on their home, it’s important that there is mortgage financing available.  Seems obvious, but it’s not discussed as much as it should be.  The reality is that if home loans and mortgages aren’t available for Florida residential real estate, then […]

How Force Placed Insurance Can Force You Into Foreclosure: Another Lender Abuse That Pushes Florida Homeowners Into Losing Their Homes

| May 31, 2012

For those fighting to keep their homes in Florida and elsewhere, every penny counts in the monthly budget.  It’s hard to write that monthly mortgage check, especially where it is a payment being made on an underwater mortgage.  Homeowners already on this razor’s edge can easily get pushed into foreclosure – especially when force-placed insurance […]

What is Force-placed Insurance or Lender-Placed Insurance? It’s Not Good for Florida Home Owners. Here’s Why.

| May 15, 2012

Where will all the strings of Foreclosure Fraud end?  Who knows, because more and more issues just keep popping up from the huge mortgage fraud mess in Florida and across the country.  The latest?  Forced-placed insurance, also known as Lender-placed insurance, and the sneaky burdens it’s creating for American families and Florida home owners. What […]

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