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Lender's attempt to proceed with foreclosure auction halted

Many brick-and-mortar malls in Florida and across the country have been struggling to stay afloat in recent years as online shopping continues to increase in popularity. The absence of consumers from name brand stores, such as J.C. Penney and Sears, have led to many corporate shutdowns. In fact, J.C. Penney was one of two anchor stores in a particular mall in another state that went out of business, thus sparking financial problems for the owners of the mall plaza. The situation led to lenders pursuing foreclosure proceedings.

Threat of foreclosure: Possible options to save your Florida home

Lenders sometimes foreclose on a home when owners have stopped making mortgage payments. In such cases, a homeowner is said to be in default on his or her loan. Foreclosure is a legal process handled in the Florida court system. Fortunately, many Florida homeowners have been able to overcome the financial issues that placed their homes at risk. 

Judge rules on foreclosure issues re military servicemembers

Many U.S. military service members reside in Florida and other states when they are not on active duty overseas. The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects them against litigation, home foreclosure and other legal actions while they are serving active duty overseas. A federal court recently ruled that one of the nation's largest mortgage service providers violated the rights of six servicemembers. 

Florida woman facing foreclosure problems re home improvements

In the past several years, Florida homeowners and others across the country have learned how dangerous it can be to not have air conditioning in times of natural disaster. If power goes out and homeowners are located in areas where climate temperatures are high, not having air conditioning can pose an immediate life-threatening hazard. One woman applied for a loan program offered in this state to help people obtain funds for home improvements such as air conditioning in order to better protect themselves from hazardous conditions during natural disasters. The problem is that this woman is now facing threat of foreclosure from the company that installed her air conditioning system.

Threat of foreclosure does not necessarily lead to home loss

You may be one of many Florida residents who are currently having a tough time regarding your finances. Perhaps you lost a job or someone in your household has experienced a medical situation that requires surgery or treatments you weren't expecting, thus prompting expenses you are unprepared to meet. When financial situations get out of hand, homeowners often face a threat of foreclosure.

Is your holiday joy being threatened by foreclosure problems?

Like other states, the Florida economy fluctuates with some years better than others. Global, statewide and local issues affect the financial status of everyone. This holiday season, some people are dealing with lenders who are threatening foreclosure on a home or business property.

Building erected in 1903 headed for foreclosure

Florida is home to a lot of old buildings. Many of these properties have changed ownership throughout the years. As with private homes, commercial businesses or other real estate, ownership sometimes transfers to the lenders, if those who currently own said properties are not able to make good on their loans, thus prompting foreclosure.  

Thinking ahead may help avoid foreclosure problems

Many Florida property owners are currently facing significant financial challenges. This is not uncommon, as most Floridians go through ups and downs in their personal economic statuses, just like people in other states who own property. While it is true that some situations are worse than others, it is also true that prompt and pertinent action can often help get things back on track before a property is lost to foreclosure.

Did loss of income lead to a threat of foreclosure?

There are many reasons that Florida homeowners may be unable to meet their monthly mortgage payments. Some have been hit with medical bills due to chronic adverse health situations or medical emergencies. Others have gone through divorce and are struggling to financially recover. While most financial crises are temporary, such problems can have far-reaching consequences, such as causing a homeowner to face the threat of foreclosure.

Attention Florida residents: Beware of foreclosure scams!

You may be one of many Florida homeowners who are currently at risk for losing their homes due to financial crises. It is understandable that threat of foreclosure might make you feel a sense of panic and also tempt to you grab hold of any apparent option presented to you in the hope of saving your home. The problem is that there are many scammers who are not only aware that such situations often cause people stress but they know how to trick people into thinking they are legitimate companies who can help.

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