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Category: Foreclosure Law

Impending Foreclosures and Evictions: The End of Moratoriums

Impending Foreclosures and Evictions: The End of Moratoriums

To combat the financial burden families faced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the CDC instituted eviction moratoriums while other agencies instituted other borrower protection measures. These programs will expire for most Americans sometime this summer, 18 months after they were initially launched at the beginning of the pandemic. However, due to government aid bottlenecks and growing fear of […]

Refinancing for Cash? Join the crowd!

cash out refinance

In 2021, more Americans have taken cash from cash-out refis than any time since the Financial Crisis of 2008. U.S. homeowners cashed out a record $152.7 billion in home equity last year, up from 42% since 2019 and the most since 2007, according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac. Why the uptick? The pandemic has certainly brought challenges to us all. […]

The K shaped Economy: The End to Mortgage Relief Programs and the Housing Boom

The K shaped Economy: The End to Mortgage Relief Programs and the Housing Boom

The COVID-19 pandemic has created two distinct real estate market forces. One involves what will happen once the mortgage forbearance relief programs end while the other involves the current housing boom. While no one can negate the seriousness of the pandemic, there are those that liken the real estate market as “A Tale of Two Cities”: for as many of […]

A Flip Flop … Flip? Florida Supreme Court Finally Grants Attorney Fees for Homeowners Who Beat Banks

Wed Jan 6, 2021 by on Foreclosure Law

A Flip Flop … Flip? Florida Supreme Court Finally Grants Attorney Fees for Homeowners Who Beat Banks

Originally posted on dbr DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW by Rachel Lean A longstanding dispute over whether homeowners should be able to collect attorney fees after defeating a foreclosure lawsuit with a lack of standing defense has finally been resolved at the Florida Supreme Court. It’s a ruling that opens the door for countless Florida homeowners to recover legal fees from banks and lenders who sued them and […]

Foreclosures, Evictions, Moratorium Oh My

Foreclosures, Evictions, Moratorium Oh My

Foreclosures, Evictions, Moratorium Oh My Description What are your options in the age of Covid-19 ? Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim: Pick up where we left off from last week, now with moratorium issues along with evictions and foreclosures during the coronavirus pandemic. Is anyone safe from evictions and foreclosures? If so, who? Find out in the latest […]

Moral Hazard v. Mitigation: What will be the response to COVID-19 Foreclosures?

Moral Hazard v Mitigation What will be the response to COVID-19 Foreclosures

As the Coronavirus pandemic unfortunately continues, a substantial number of U.S. homeowners are struggling to pay their mortgages. With nearly half the U.S. population jobless,  4.6 million American homeowners were in some type of non-repayment as of last month which signals that the number of those not being able to pay their mortgage will only increase. As a result, the […]

URGENT UPDATE: COVID-19 Webinar To Include Special Discussion on Stimulus Package For businesses and individuals.

URGENT UPDATE: COVID-19 Webinar To Include Special Discussion on Stimulus Package For businesses and individuals.

Watch The Live Stream Of Roy Oppenheim on Strategic Default. Plus An Added Special Discussion on Stimulus Package For businesses and individuals. Description Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim : “Strategic Default: How It is Different from the Great Recession and Strategies to Renegotiate Loans and Debts” And Special Discussion on Stimulus Package For businesses and individuals. Mar 31, 2020 […]