Is a Dyck O’Neal Lawsuit Valid if it is Served After July 1, 2014?

| August 10, 2014

An Update to The Most Frequently Asked Questions We Receive About Deficiency Collection Lawsuits. We have posted before about some of the most popular questions we are asked about deficiency lawsuits.  Recently, the most often asked question is whether a Dyck O’Neal’s lawsuit is valid (related to old foreclosure cases) if the home owner is […]

Dyck-O’Neal Increases Florida Deficiency Judgment Collection Efforts?: 19 Articles About Florida Deficiency Judgments

| April 8, 2014

I believe in an effort to meet the July 2014 deadline related to Florida deficiency judgments, in appears as if Dyck-O’Neal has been aggressively filing lawsuits to collect on old foreclosure judgments. In our office, I’ve been receiving a lot more calls about these types of cases, with most of the lawsuits being filed by […]

Florida Families After a Foreclosure: What Happens to Florida Households Post-Foreclosure? Good News as Foreclosures Don’t Block New Home Mortgages

| February 4, 2014

The impact of a foreclosure upon a family and its financial future has been the subject of many studies over the last several years, particularly after the recent Housing Crisis hit the United States. (For example, read the 2011 study by a Federal Reserve economist about “The Post-Foreclosure Experience of US Households.”) The logical thing […]

Flopping In Florida: Real Estate Agents And Insider Realtor Deals – Are You A Victim Of This Kind Of Florida Real Estate Fraud?

| January 28, 2014

In recent years, most of us in South Florida have become all too aware of real estate “flipping” — where a distressed home is purchased by an investor who goes into the deal with the idea of doing some improvements to the place and then reselling the place for a profit. It’s so popular that […]

2014 Surprise for Florida Underwater Mortgages: Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act Tax Break Has Not Been Extended – Deficiency Will Be Taxed in 2014

| December 31, 2013

This time last year, we discussed how Congress was “kicking the can down the road” by passing federal legislation that extended the 2007 Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act’s tax break for one year as part of last year’s Fiscal Cliff legislation. (Read the details here, “Florida Short Sales and Florida Foreclosure Defense Deadline for Tax […]

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