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Check out the recently released October 2021 Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Real Estate Reports. Due to listing data being uploaded sometimes weeks after a transaction closes, these reports are often a month behind. The delay is required to make sure the reports are as accurate as possible.

Knowledge is power and here is the latest:

October 2021 Miami-Dade County Single Family Homes

I can hear the voices and see the faces of people telling me over the years that foreclosure work must be tedious. They say things like: “Aren’t you looking at the same documents over and over again and dealing with the same issues?” My answer to that is instant and straight from the heart: “No.” It is not remotely tedious to me. While many of the cases do involve the same loan document forms, no case or client is the same. And besides, I enjoy reviewing the details of my cases, including the notes and mortgages. (Plus, in some cases—like the one discussed in this post—the documents are not the usual Fannie/Freddie forms we most often see.) 

I also regularly lose myself listening to my clients’ stories, while learning about their hopes and fears. And I love preparing for and handling a closing, hearing, trial, or appeal. I’m still not exactly sure why I love helping people with real estate-related issues, but there is no way around it—serving people in foreclosure defense and real estate transactions is a big part of who I am.

The clients involved in this case—who I now consider dear friends connected by a wonderful story of seeking and obtaining justice—first called me in the middle of the pandemic. They were allegedly served with a foreclosure suit on August 13, 2020. The property involved is their family home. It’s where they raised their son, a pre-med college student, and where they are still raising their daughter, a top-ranked high school student.

Check out the recently released February 2021 Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Real Estate Reports. Due to listing data being uploaded sometimes weeks after a transaction closes, these reports are often a month behind. The delay is required to make sure the reports are as accurate as possible.

Knowledge is power and here is the latest:

February 2021 Miami-Dade-County Single Family Homes Summary

Check out the recently released January 2021 Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Real Estate Reports. Due to listing data being uploaded sometimes weeks after a transaction closes, these reports are often a month behind. The delay is required to make sure the reports are as accurate as possible.

Knowledge is power and here is the latest:

January 2021 Miami-Dade County Townhouses and Condos

If you or anyone you know needs help defending against foreclosure, fighting improper debt collection, obtaining a fresh start in bankruptcy, or buying, selling, or refinancing real estate, please contact us at 855-55-ROSEN or info@evanmrosen.com. Let the Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen serve you!

After returning from court on January 21, 2021, Evan recorded this video:

If you or anyone you know needs help defending against foreclosure, fighting improper debt collection, obtaining a fresh start in bankruptcy, or buying, selling, or refinancing real estate, please contact us at 855-55-ROSEN or info@evanmrosen.com. Let the Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen serve you!

Check out the recently released November 2020 Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Real Estate Reports. Due to listing data being uploaded sometimes weeks after a transaction closes, these reports are often a month behind. The delay is required to make sure the reports are as accurate as possible.

In summary, we are seeing increases in sales activity and prices across the board in South Florida. Inventory (supply) is also dropping.

Knowledge is power and here is the latest:

Check out the newly released Third Quarter 2020 Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Real Estate Report here: 2020-Q3-South Florida Market Report

We help people defend against foreclosure, fight improper debt collection, obtain a fresh start in bankruptcy, and buy, sell, and refinance real estate. Let Law Offices of Evan M. Rosen, P.A. serve you!

 

The press is reporting that Governor DeSantis’ April 2nd Order suspends all foreclosures and evictions. After all, that’s what he said at a recent press conference. (Watch the video clip here.) But what the Governor said is not what the Order states.

This is from the April 2nd Order:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, RON DESANTIS, as Governor of Florida, by virtue of the authority vested in me by Article IV, Section (1 )(a) of the Florida Constitution, Chapter 252, Florida Statutes, and all other applicable laws, promulgate the following Executive Order to take immediate effect:

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or “CARES Act” became law on March 27, 2020. Out of 335 pages, just over one page pertains to owners of single-family homes, townhouses, and condos. About a page and a half pertains to people who own and rent multi-family investment properties. And, there is about a page and a half on evictions. The great majority of the Act addresses unemployment, medical issues, and appropriation of funds to various government agencies. There is also a sizable section on $500,000,000,000 in loans, guarantees, and investments that the Treasury Secretary gets to dole out.

I’ve posted the applicable sections below but first, here is my summary of the key points for homeowners and tenants:

  • All of the protections apply only to properties that have “Federally backed mortgage loans.”
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