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During pre-foreclosure, homeowners may have an opportunity to negotiate potential outcomes that reverse the default status of the loan. Many times, options open for discussion including issuing back-dated payments on the loan or negotiating a possible loan modification. A third option may also be to arrange a short sale and sell your house before the...
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When you buy a home, you do so with the intent of providing safety and stability for your family, but sometimes that stability is threatened. In difficult situations like that of a foreclosure, keeping your family safe and your rights protected can feel insurmountable. We’re here to tell you, it’s not impossible. You can fight...
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With any debt – be it credit card debt, mortgage debt, or other type of debt – the debt collector or lending institution must provide a validation letter that outlines in detail what the debt is, how much you owe, and other important information regarding the debt. The debt validation letter is an essential step...
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The most important thing to remember if you receive a Notice of Default from your mortgage lender in Florida is that there is always something you can do. Oftentimes, people feel helpless or trapped. That’s just not the case. While it can be overwhelming and frightening, it’s important to know you have a few key...
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Foreclosure is one of those topics that can be tempting to avoid even talking about because of all the emotions and anxiety that come with it. But for something as important as your home, however, it’s important to be well-versed on what foreclosure really means. By acting early and learning what you can about the...
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If only repairing property damage and settling your claim with your insurance company happened as quickly as the damage itself…Yes, if only. The unfortunate reality is that while damage can come on swiftly and forcefully, the subsequent clean-up and insurance claims process can take much longer. The good news, however, is that there are some...
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Property damage, no matter the scale, is disruptive and can add an immense amount of burden to property owners. Moreover, the process of dealing with an insurance claim is not something most homeowners do very frequently (we hope). The reality, however, is that we do live in storm-prone Florida, and with that comes a risk...
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Property damage is never fun. Getting the run-around from your insurance company following a disaster? Even worse. The challenge, however, is that sometimes you don’t even know that you’re being treated unfairly – and all by a company you’re paying to protect you! Below are some clues to be on the watch for, but before...
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Here in Florida, we just never know when it might be “go” time, which is why it’s essential to always be prepared. As hurricane season rolls in, there are some important steps we must take to best protect our property and those we love. As you consider your needs and responsibilities in terms of what...
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One of the most important documents to have as a homeowner is an updated home inventory, but, we get it, life happens, and oftentimes a home inventory is a priority many homeowners simply don’t get around to completing before a disaster strikes. (For tips on how to create one, check out our post here. It’s...
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