Wells Fargo Illegally Forecloses On Deployed Military Man

Shannon Behnken, Tampa Tribune United States Coast Guardsman Keith A. Johnson returned last year from serving in a defense role overseas to find his bank had foreclosed on his home. It was set to be auctioned off at the courthouse the next day. It was a shock, Johnson said. He never was served legal notice […]

Florida Man Gets Free House Thanks to David Stern’s Ineptness

Roger Bull, Florida Times-Union Perry Laspina was in the middle of foreclosure with the possibility of losing the house he owned in Jacksonville. Then the mail came one day in late January telling him that the house was his. Despite the $72,000 mortgage that he barely paid anything on, despite the foreclosure … the house […]

Amateur Flipper Gets Burned Using Online Foreclosure Auction

Mary Shanklin, Orlando Sentinel OK, maybe it was too easy. With just a few clicks of the mouse, Orlando accountant John Dey bought a Lake Nona-area house that was auctioned off during one of Orange County’s new, online foreclosure auctions. And get this: In the kind of deal espoused by get-rich-quick authors, he paid just […]

Foreclosure Madness

Has Foreclosure Madness Turned Into Reefer Madness In Flori-duh?

Has Foreclosure Madness Has Gotten So Crazy It’s Like Everyone IS Hopped Up On Drugs Foreclosure madness has hit a fever pitch. I wrote a blog about how most homeowner advocacy sites are nothing more than marketing tools for law firms or are illegally soliciting money claiming to be non-profits. People went wild. Richard Zombeck […]

Foreclosure advocacy

Just Because A Website Claims To Be A Foreclosure Advocacy Site

Just Because A Website Claims To Be A Foreclosure Advocacy Site Does Not Mean It’s Looking Out For You I often get asked what I think about the foreclosure advocacy that has sprung up in recent years. I have to constantly warn people to be careful because although most of them have a “.org” domain, […]

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