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  • Florida Tax Deed Surplus Funds - What Happens if a Subordinate Lienholder Doesn’t Make a Claim for the Surplus Funds or if They Don’t Show up To Court?
    Florida Tax Deed Surplus Funds - What Happens if a Subordinate Lienholder Doesn’t Make a Claim for the Surplus Funds or if They Don’t Show up To Court?

    I have handled thousands of Florida Tax Deed Sale Surplus and Foreclosure Surplus Funds cases all over the state of Florida. Sometimes the biggest obstacle to getting those funds for my clients is the ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure and Tax Deed Surplus Funds - Beware of Third-Party Surplus Companies. These Vultures are Everywhere!
    Florida Foreclosure and Tax Deed Surplus Funds - Beware of Third-Party Surplus Companies. These Vultures are Everywhere!

    More and more often I have been speaking to potential clients who were immediately contacted by dozens of third-party surplus recovery companies. I call them vultures because they watch the different ...

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  • Foreclosure Surplus - HOA Foreclosure Surplus and Mortgage Foreclosure Surplus Funds - Can You Get Both? This is a Matter of Good Timing
    Foreclosure Surplus - HOA Foreclosure Surplus and Mortgage Foreclosure Surplus Funds - Can You Get Both? This is a Matter of Good Timing

    Sometimes we run into a client who is being sued for foreclosure by both their Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and their Mortgage Lender in separate foreclosure cases. Is it possible that there could be ...

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  • Palm Beach Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer’s Update
    Palm Beach Foreclosure Surplus Lawyer’s Update

    The federal foreclosure moratoriums have substantially halted foreclosures and foreclosure sales the last 18 months. Specifically in Florida, where foreclosures happen at one of the highest rates in ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds - Why an Evidentiary Hearing Might or Might Not Be Necessary.
    Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds - Why an Evidentiary Hearing Might or Might Not Be Necessary.

    When handling Florida Foreclosure Surplus Funds cases, sometimes it is necessary for there to be an Evidentiary Hearing in order to get the Court to release the funds to you. Most of our cases don’t ...

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  • Mortgage Foreclosure Surplus Funds: Who gets the funds when there is a divorce?
    Mortgage Foreclosure Surplus Funds: Who gets the funds when there is a divorce?

    Recently, I’ve taken on a case where there are two parties seeking to file a claim for mortgage foreclosure surplus funds, however, they are divorced. This blog is to educate former Florida homeowners ...

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