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Fighting Foreclosures in South Florida: Ch 7 News

Thu Mar 19, 2009 by on Florida Foreclosures

Considering South Florida has one of the highest foreclosure rates in the country, it isn’t surprising that the media is looking for expert legal advice on how to fight foreclosure and defend local homeowners.

I recently shared with Channel 7’s Reporter Andre Hepkins about what options homeowners have to defend the foreclosure process and reinforce that there is hope in saving their homes. Many South Floridians need help fighting for their property and I must reinforce that the best bet is to fight foreclosure.

Check out my interview on Channel 7 WSVN and let me know if I can help you with a foreclosure issue.

P.S.

Remember…the U.S. foreclosure issue affects everyone. It is in epidemic proportion. If you, or someone you know needs help, this is not a subject to be ignored or embarrassed by. Hope and solutions are available. Please join me for my next real estate bail out workshop where we will talk about foreclosure defense as well as relief for responsible homeowners.

Tags: Ch 7 Media Coverage, defending foreclosures, Foreclosure Workshop

3 responses to “Fighting Foreclosures in South Florida: Ch 7 News”

  1. Nice. Double her back the cup of her indignation. They just approved the 90% tax on the AIG bonuses. If one reads between the lines, what the conservatives are trying to say with a healthy amount of rhetoric is that our President might be paying back, or recompensing Wall Street private campaign contributors through Geitner’s grandfathering of the bonuses on the Bill at the 11th our before they passed it, and that no one got a chance to see that it had been done surreptitiously. Those are very serious allegations.

  2. There is obviously alot more to research about this. I think you made some good points in Features also. Keep working ,great job!

  3. This made me smile and hopefully after your last post it will do the same for you:
    Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you’re a mile away and you have their shoes. 🙂