About what we fight for
We Fight For Your Home specializes in many areas of Foreclosure Law. Short Sales / Foreclosure Strategic Defense / Deed In Lieu / Cash For Keys.
Having been lead counsel on thousands of cases, We learned the foreclosure process very well. In fact, We Fight For Your Home have handled over 1000 foreclosure cases. We always knew that one day we would want to help defend foreclosures in order to help people save their homes. Every day our firm uses its experience representing banks in order to help people fight the banks and save their homes against foreclosure. We have successfully helped many homeowners defend their homes against lenders. We also represent former homeowners in collecting foreclosure surplus funds from the court. We have extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in filing and litigating trademarks. We have applied for and received dozens of trademarks from the USPTO office for clients all over the United States. Further, we not only file for trademark protection, but we help individuals and businesses protect and prosecute trademark infringers. We Fight For Your Home represents professional athletes and individuals in entertainment as their general counsel. We emphasizes that each individual client receives the best legal representation and customer service possible. We Fight For Your Home wants to give you the gold standard in legal services.
Is your home under threat of foreclosure? Do you have mountains of debt, or have you lost your source of income due to job loss, divorce, and other factors out of your control? Opting for a short sale of your home can help relieve you of the burden. The loan lender or owner to whom you pay for the property can expect to receive most of the proceeds of the sale, and you have a chance to release yourself from financial responsibility.
A short sale means you are upside down on payments—you owe more than what you can currently pay off. The greatest advantage of a short sale is that you can avoid foreclosure and prevent a negative mark from showing on your credit report. The key to having a successful short sale is to retain a knowledgeable Florida real estate lawyer to handle your case for you.
You will work out an agreement with your lender that the property will be sold at a cost that is currently less than what you owe on your mortgage. For obvious reasons, some lenders may have some difficulty seeing eye-to-eye on negotiations, but ultimately, foreclosure is riskier to both you and the lenders. You can find some comfort knowing that many lenders are willing to work with you.
The property is evaluated and valued.Step 1
The short sale application and paperwork are filed.Step 2
The homeowner shows how he or she is having hardship.Step 3
The short sale package is then created.Step 4
The lender reviews the package.Step 5
The short sale receives approval.Step 6
Now, the short sales process is not the same for each and every home, and will depend greatly on how the lender decides to handle the situation. The strength of your application will lie on how compelling the reasons are behind your hardship, the overall value, and if you have found a potential buyer to take over the property.
Don’t forget, as well, there are additional expenses, taxes, notary fees, and other closing costs. It is important that you consult with a Florida foreclosure defense attorney to help minimize any added or unnecessary expenses.