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  • Can Your Reverse Mortgage Be Foreclosed On?
    Can Your Reverse Mortgage Be Foreclosed On?

    We get calls on a regular basis from people who thought they were completely secure in their Reverse Mortgage (also called a “Home Equity Conversion Mortgage”) but have now found out they are being ...

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  • Help! I’m being foreclosed on, but I never owned the property!
    Help! I’m being foreclosed on, but I never owned the property!

    We are occasionally contacted by people who are named in a foreclosure case, but they are not owners to the property and have never been owners to the property. Why were they named as defendants in ...

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  • How is your foreclosure surplus distributed?
    How is your foreclosure surplus distributed?

    Many of our new clients know they have surplus funds left over from a Foreclosure Sale or Tax Deed Sale. However, they don’t know how those funds are distributed from the courts, especially if the ...

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  • Florida Foreclosure Surplus Recovery Company Review: Don't lose control of your surplus funds case!
    Florida Foreclosure Surplus Recovery Company Review: Don't lose control of your surplus funds case!

    Foreclosure surplus recovery companies require you to assign away your rights to the surplus funds. This means, you lose complete control of your case. DO NOT assign away your surplus funds rights. ...

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  • WHAT IS A SURPLUS RECOVERY AGENT? WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER HIRE ONE!
    WHAT IS A SURPLUS RECOVERY AGENT? WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER HIRE ONE!

    We are often contacted by people who have a Foreclosure Surplus or Tax Deed Surplus and have already been contacted by a Surplus Recovery Agent. But who are these people who are contacting you who ...

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  • What is a Subordinate Lienholder?
    What is a Subordinate Lienholder?

    If your home was sold in a Foreclosure sale or Tax Deed sale, there may be a surplus. This means that after the first lienholder has been paid, there is money left over that may belong to you. The ...

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