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Family living in home's backyard

A foreclosure action can have major impacts on a homeowner. Thus, it is very important for mortgage lenders and banks to do everything they can to make sure that they do not wrongfully foreclose on a property. No individual should have to be the victim of a wrongful foreclosure.

Property value declines easing in South Florida?

One of the things that many homeowners in Florida have seen in the wake of the mortgage and foreclosure crisis is falling property values. Decreases in property values can have many negative impacts on homeowners. Such decreases can result in homeowners losing equity in their homes and can lead to homeowners facing problems such as being underwater on their mortgage (a person is "underwater" when the value of a property he or she owns is less than the amount he or she owes on the mortgage on said property).

Lender offers some homeowners incentives to agree to short sales

In recent times, reports have arisen indicating that foreclosure proceedings are generally taking a longer time to be completed. This brings up a question: is this trend affecting how mortgage lenders react to homeowners being behind on a mortgage?

Florida couple takes actions against bank

Consumers can be greatly impacted when lenders file foreclosure actions against them. Thus, one would hope that mortgage lenders would do everything they reasonably could to make sure that they only bring such actions against a homeowner when it is proper. Recently, a mistaken foreclosure action led to an interesting role reversal. Specifically, it led to a mortgage lender being threatened with a seizure of assets for failing to pay a debt.

Mortgage companies settle wrongful foreclosure suits

Dealing with mortgage problems and foreclosure proceedings can be very difficult. It can be even more so when mortgage lenders and servicers engage in wrongful practices. Such wrongful conduct can have major impacts on borrowers. In some cases, it can even lead to wrongful foreclosures.

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