Florida Foreclosures – What’s Happening Now?

| December 18, 2014

December 2014 update on what we are seeing now with Florida foreclosures and related issues – 1. Foreclosure filings have remained steady in the last few weeks – this observation is based upon the number of calls we are receiving and on the number of lis pendens being filed, per week, in Broward County Public […]

Comparing RealtyTrac and CoreLogic Foreclosure Reports for Florida: How Bad Is It in South Florida and Miami Today?

| December 24, 2013

The RealtyTrac® U.S. Foreclosure Market Report™ for October 2013 and the CoreLogic October National Foreclosure Report have been released to the public with some interesting insights about the real estate market today.  What can they tell homeowners and real estate investors about South Florida real estate and our Florida foreclosure bust? The Florida Foreclosure Numbers […]

Florida Governor Signs Foreclosure Reform Bill HB 87 Into Law: Constitutional Violations of Due Process and Ex Post Facto Prohibitions Must Be Fought in Florida Courts

| June 11, 2013

Governor Rick Scott sat down at his Governor’s desk on June 7, 2013, picked up his pen and signed lots of bills into law that were sent to him by the Florida Legislature. Rick Scott signed things like the Veteran’s Organizations Bill (SB 390) and the Emergency Medical Services bill (SB 530) into law – […]

Read Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Letter to SEC, DOJ, and Federal Reserve: Why Are No Banks Being Tried for Criminal Acts in Foreclosure Fraud?

| May 30, 2013

Florida Foreclosure Victims Facing Lots of Changes in May 2013, Many That Will Hurt Florida Borrowers and Home Owners

| May 28, 2013

Lots of money is being spent in the month of May 2013 on the continuing Florida foreclosure crisis, providing some good news for Florida borrowers and Florida home owners — however, not all of the news is good — including the news on how the law may be changing regarding how foreclosures are handled in […]

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