Can a Florida Bank File a New Foreclose Lawsuit 5 Years After Your Case Was Dismissed? When is a Florida Bank Foreclosure Lawsuit Barred by the Statute of Limitations?

| April 29, 2014

Last Update: 03/16/16 Last Friday, the case of U.S. Bank National Association vs. Patricia J. Bartram, et al was decided by the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeals, and it’s potentially very bad news for all the Florida homeowners who were hoping to fight their Florida foreclosure with an argument about the bank missing its […]

Florida Foreclosure and Florida Bankruptcy: Two Trains On Different Tracks – More to Consider Before Filing Bankruptcy to Halt Florida Foreclosure

| September 10, 2013

Last Update: 02/24/16 Filing bankruptcy as a foreclosure defense strategy here in Florida may or may not be a good idea (see our earlier post). There’s one factor in this decision now that was not there years ago: time. The glut of Florida foreclosure cases on file in Florida clerks’ offices around the state has […]

Foreclosure Help Fraud: 5 Tricks to Spotting Foreclosure Relief Scams When You’re Fighting Against a Florida Foreclosure or Trying to Lower That Home Mortgage Payment

| August 27, 2013

Is it the sunny summer weather here in Florida or the record-breaking number of Florida foreclosures that is so tempting to fraudsters that they come up with so many different and creative ways to con Florida homeowners (homeowners who are trying to deal with their troubled mortgage) out of their money and maybe out of […]

July 2013 CoreLogic Report Shows Florida No. 1 in the USA for Foreclosures and Foreclosure Inventory with Florida Homeowners Facing Foreclosure Having Even Bigger Fight on Their Hands.

| July 30, 2013

Today, research and analysis company CoreLogic® released its June 2013 National Foreclosure Report and the numbers of foreclosures across the United States has dropped twenty percent in the past year while from May 2013 to June 2013, the number of completed foreclosures (where the owners have officially lost their homes) went up by 2.5%. The […]

Florida Foreclosure Defense: Another Home Owner Victory Against Bank Foreclosure Action – Where’s the Media Coverage? Florida Foreclosure Defense Victories Happen, But They May Not Make the News

| July 9, 2013

Judge Howard Harrison is one of the Senior Judges on the 15th Judicial District of Florida, described as those judges who “… are used for lengthy trials or special category cases; educational, professional or personal absence of a presiding judge; vacancies; and cases requiring out-of-circuit judges.” 2010 Ruling: Bank Affidavit Fails Test for Foreclosure Summary […]

Infographic: Foreclosure, Mortgage Lenders, and Minorities

| May 9, 2013

Florida House Passes “Foreclosure Reform” Bill HB 87: Travesty of Justice for Florida Home Owners and Florida Borrowers – Here’s Why

| May 7, 2013

The proposed “foreclosure reform” legislation that failed last year, got revamped, and was proposed again this year to be made into new Florida law has been a big concern for foreclosure defense attorneys and advocates for Florida home owners. We’ve been monitoring House Bill 87 as it has been making its way through the Florida […]

Infographic: Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) As of March 2012 Per Congressional Budget Office

| May 2, 2013

HAMP Trial Period Plan Lawsuits: Borrowers Sue Banks for Failing to Do the Right Thing in TPP Loan Modification as Lenders Fail To Follow HAMP Requirements

| April 30, 2013

Florida homeowners, and borrowers across the country, are no longer considering HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) to be the big success that it was touted to be by the Treasury Department when it debuted back in 2009.  HAMP, as you may recall, was a part of the MakingHomeAffordable program which describes itself as: The Making […]

What is Happening With Foreclosures in South Florida Real Estate Right Now? Are We Still in a Big Mess? – Consider These Reports

| April 23, 2013

How is the Florida foreclosure market doing right now?  Some are reporting optimistic viewpoints – we’re out of the woods, they claim: everything is getting better every day. Meanwhile, for those working with Florida home owners and Florida borrowers in the current South Florida real estate market, it’s not that rosy.  Here’s why:   Proposed […]

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