Losing your home to foreclosure? Ripped off by foreclosure rescue scammers?

foreclosureYou don’t have to lose your home to foreclosure.

If your bank is threatening to foreclose, or even if you’ve already had papers filed against you, it may not be too late to save your home. Homeowners have rights and unless you know what those rights are, you won’t be able to mount the best possible legal defense to save your home.

Act now before it’s too late

Once you’ve been served with court papers, you have only a few days to fight back and stop your home from being sold out from under you. The longer you wait, the harder and more expensive your fight will be. Afraid you’ve missed your chance? Even if your sale date is just days away, in some cases it’s still possible to stop the sale and keep you in your home – but don’t wait another day to call us.

The Consumer's Guide to Defending Florida Foreclosures - click here to download

Free E-book download! Learn how Florida homeowners can fight foreclosure.

If you’re currently facing foreclosure, you’ll want to download our free 30-page e-book, A Consumer’s Guide to Defending Your Florida Foreclosure. This free book is packed with strategies that homeowners and their lawyers have used to successfully fight foreclosures across the state, and even tells you insider secrets that your lender doesn’t want you to know about your foreclosure.

“What about tenants? My landlord is in foreclosure!”

If you’re renting, and your landlord is in foreclosure, you’ve probably got a lot of questions:

Can I stay?
Can I break my lease?
What happens to my security deposit?

We can answer those questions and more. Skip over to our Tenants’ Foreclosure Rights page to get started.

“Can the bank come after me for a deficiency judgment?”

If you’re in foreclosure, and your house is worth less on the market than what you owe, you’re a potential target for a deficiency judgment claim. Learn more about deficiency judgments and how to fight them.