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What Can You Do When a Borrower Files Bankruptcy on the Eve of a Foreclosure Sale?

What can you do when a borrower files bankruptcy on the eve of a foreclosure sale? Are you entitled to the swift results of dismissing the bankruptcy case based on bad faith?     If you are a commercial lender, odds are you will find your… Read More
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Foreclosure Series Part 3: Can a mortgage ever be cancelled?

This blog is the final part of a three part series.  In the first 2 blogs of this series, we discussed common questions that arise concerning foreclosures in general, why they take so long and whether the bank is ever barred from re-filing a second… Read More
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Foreclosure Series Part 2: Is the bank ever barred from re-filing a foreclosure case?

 In the first blog of this series, we discussed the prevalence of foreclosures in our communities and typical questions that many people have, such as what is going on with that property?  What is taking so long?  Is it still in foreclosure?  Who… Read More
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Foreclosure Series Part 1: If the bank waits too long, can they still foreclose?

Over recent years, we all have heard some horror stories about foreclosures.  Houses in foreclosure are sprinkled throughout our neighborhoods.  In many cases, they sit vacant for a long time.  You may wonder, what is going on with that property?… Read More
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