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Florida Statute 702.10 was enacted to allow foreclosure Lenders a procedure by which they may attempt to expedite the foreclosure process when they serve the homeowner with a foreclosure lawsuit.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will offer a new, simplified loan modification initiative to minimize losses and to help troubled borrowers avoid foreclosure and stay in their homes.
Fulton County appeals award of attorney's fees granted in ad valorem property tax appeal case.
4-3 decision of the Supreme Court of Georgia, reversing the trial court, completely decimating the sham, "phantom" bond financing structure practiced in Georgia, geared solely towards affording an unconstitutional tax abatement in favor of the developer/lessee.
The bad mortgages that got the current financial crisis started have produced a terrifying wave of home foreclosures. Unless the foreclosure surge eases, even the most extravagant federal stimulus spending won’t spur an economic recovery.
HSBC’s Motion for Summary Judgment and allows homeowner Socorro Hernandez to continue to defend the foreclosure filed against her.
The Florida Fair Lending Act, Chapter 494, Florida Statutes, prohibits predatory tactics on high cost home loans
Workout agreements have to address a number of bankruptcy and foreclosure issues, as well as transactional ones. Many workout agreements don't address all of the consequences of what liabilities and procedures apply if the workout fails.
Only the unique powers of a bankruptcy court can solve some title problems.
There are several options a person facing foreclosure might take. It mostly depends on what the person wants.