Recently, I took a consultation where a prospective client wanted to know whether their unsuccessful attempt to vacate the Florida foreclosure sale of their Florida property would diminish their chances to recover the surplus funds that were available. The answer to this question is no, especially, since the motion was denied and the sale of the property including the surplus funds are no longer in question. However, should the prospective client attempted to file a claim for the surplus funds prior to their motion being ruled upon, or should they have gone to the Appellate Court, they would not have been able to file a claim for the surplus funds as said funds would have been in question due to foreclosure action still being open. ***Please note that as a Florida homeowner you “have ten (10) days from the date of the clerk’s filing of the Certificate of Sale to file an objection to said sale,” according to Fla. Statute 45.032(5).***
Moreover, If you are reading this as a former Florida Homeowner whose home has recently been sold at a Florida foreclosure auction and would like to know whether there are surplus funds available for you to recover; then please give me a call and I will personally give you a free consultation. During our consultation, I will confirm whether there are surplus funds available to be recovered as well as answer any questions that you may have. If there are surplus funds to be recovered, then I will also provide you with a personalized strategy as to how we can assist you with the recovery of YOUR Florida foreclosure surplus funds.
At Haynes Law Group, P.A., we have experienced Attorneys who are well-versed in the Florida statutes governing Florida homeowners’ claims to Florida foreclosure surplus funds and have helped to recover millions of dollars for former Florida homeowners. We represent former homeowners all over the state of Florida no matter which county they are in and will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive the Gold Standard of Legal Service.