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Maybe That Foreclosure Can Freeze In Its Place

 Click to Listen. Right Click Audio as it’s playing to download to your device.   When a foreclosure is imminent because the bank won’t postpone the sale date, you may have options – maybe that foreclosure can freeze in its place. Eric Lanigan, a partner of Lanigan and Lanigan, has been practicing Florida law since […]

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New Law Changes Florida Foreclosure Process

Eric Lanigan explains the new foreclosure law on the Lanigan&Lanigan YouTube Channel in a video called, “New Law Changes Florida Foreclosure Process.” Eric Lanigan, a partner with Lanigan and Lanigan, P.L., has been practicing Florida law since 1976. Eric Lanigan and Roddy Lanigan have seen a massive increase in foreclosures since the economy crashed in […]

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Foreclosures Rise: Florida Still No. 2 in U.S.

U.S. foreclosures increased two percent from February to March, rising after several monthly decreases according to RealtyTrac, a national real estate data-supplier. Florida, Nevada and Illinois posted the highest foreclosure rates for the first quarter, according to RealtyTrac’s March and first quarter U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. Other figures include:  There are 1,445,477 properties in U.S. […]

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3 Ways Lenders Deceive Homeowners in Foreclosures

  Click to Listen. Right Click Audio as it’s playing to download to your device.   Winter Park foreclosure attorney Eric Lanigan explains 3 ways lenders deceive home owners in foreclosures   in  “3 Types of Deception in Foreclosure” a new video on the Lanigan and Lanigan YouTube channel, about three situations where deception by lending […]

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3 Reasons to Defend a Florida Foreclosure Action

 Click to Listen. Right Click Audio as it’s playing to download to your device.   Roddy Lanigan is a partner with Lanigan and Lanigan in Winter Park, Florida, and talks about the top three reasons to defend your foreclosure action in Florida, which is a video that can be viewed on the Lanigan&Lanigan YouTube channel. 3 […]

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How Bad is Florida’s Foreclosure Outlook in 2013?

The economic climate is unpredictable but just how bad is Florida’s foreclosure outlook in 2013? The overall decline in home prices is the major underlying force behind Florida’s high foreclosure rates. It is the legal systems of the regions’ respective states that are affecting whether foreclosures are still rising or declining. Florida has a long foreclosure […]

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Foreclosure Defense of Your Orlando Florida Home

Holidays are often the precursor to financial struggles and you may be facing foreclosure defense of your Orlando Florida home. It may not be an easy decision but consulting with an experienced foreclosure attorney is your best first step.   The holidays are over. Your bills from the season of giving have arrived. Now you […]

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Florida is Number 2 in Foreclosures Nationally

Florida is number 2 in foreclosures nationally according to RealtyTrac. As of January 1, 2013, RealtyTrac reported that Florida has 29,612 foreclosures, second only to California which has 31,794. Florida is Number 2 in Foreclosures Nationally If you’re worried about what other people will think if your home is foreclosed on, forget about it. Your […]

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Automatic Stay in a Florida Bankrupcty and Foreclosure

  Click to Listen. Right Click Audio as it’s playing to download to your device.   Attorney Eric Lanigan of Lanigan and Lanigan in Winter Park, FL explains the automatic stay in a Florida bankruptcy and foreclosure. Florida bankruptcy and foreclosure law is complex and you should only work with an experienced attorney who is able […]

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Illegal Foreclosures In the State of Florida

Illegal foreclosures in the state of Florida by banks have been a real problem. After the housing market collapsed a few years ago banks began to speed through the legal process and kick people out of their homes. Recently, however, reports have been coming out that homeowners had no actual knowledge of the exact terms […]

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