Blog Posts in 2017

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  • Hurricane Irma, FEMA, and Foreclosure in Florida for 2018
    Hurricane Irma, FEMA, and Foreclosure in Florida for 2018

    First off, Happy New Year to everyone reading this blog. It is such a pleasure to serve and fight for homeowners in this beautiful state. Since Hurricane Irma hit Florida earlier this year in ...

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  • Three Major Florida Foreclosure Surplus Tips for the Holidays!
    Three Major Florida Foreclosure Surplus Tips for the Holidays!

    First off, I hope that everyone reading this blog enjoys time with their families and friends during this season. Starting around Thanksgiving and going through the New Year, the Florida courts really ...

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  • Collecting Your Foreclosure Surplus Funds: The Most Important Key
    Collecting Your Foreclosure Surplus Funds: The Most Important Key

    Out of the dozens of foreclosure surplus cases I have litigated in Florida this year, the most important key to a successful collection of surplus funds comes down to one word: Timing. No, I am not ...

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  • Why You Should Hire a Florida Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer
    Why You Should Hire a Florida Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer

    I blog about Florida foreclosure surplus cases quite often. Often, I elaborate on surplus cases I have personally seen or litigated. The conclusion I always come to is this, you need to hire an ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds: The
    Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds: The "Face" of the Pleadings

    I currently have a foreclosure surplus case in Miami-Dade County where a home owners’ association is trying to claim proceeds as a subordinate lien holder status. The interesting aspect is this HOA ...

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  • WE WILL HELP COLLECT YOUR CALIFORNIA FORECLOSURE SURPLUS
    WE WILL HELP COLLECT YOUR CALIFORNIA FORECLOSURE SURPLUS

    In California foreclosure cases, your property may be sold rather quickly at a foreclosure auction by a court appointed trustee. To make matters worse, you may be facing eviction proceedings after the ...

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