Miami Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Webinar this Sunday: “Strategies for an Underwater Mortgage”

When the recession began, the strategy of some Miami foreclosure defense attorneys was limited — in some cases to just dragging out the process and permitting the homeowner to live rent free as long as possible while saving money for a new beginning.

What a difference a few years makes. Today, banks are under criminal investigation in all 50 states (if only because politicians are paying lip service to the problem), and homeowners working to prevent foreclosure in Miami have a real shot at keeping their homes, negotiating away a deficiency judgment or even reach a monetary settlement.
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Please join Miami Foreclosure Defense Lawyer Bruce Jacobs this Sunday at 7 p.m. for a webinar packed full of the latest strategies and legal advice: “Strategies for an Underwater Mortgage.”

Visit www.didyourbanklie.com/webinar to register. Cost is $36. Enter Promo Code: VIP (case sensitive) for a 50 percent discount.

Attorney Jacobs is a former Miami County Prosecutor who spent years representing banks in foreclosure cases all over Florida. Today he is a member of “Max Gardner’s Army,” a nationwide group of defense lawyers sharing strategies and information in real time. His goal is to force meaningful relief for homeowners, by negotiating permanent loan modification, avoiding deficiency judgments or seeking other resolutions for those dealing with bad mortgage debt.

He has reported extensively on issues with banks that are providing homeowners who choose to fight with solid ground upon which to make a stand:

-Banks may be wrong about how much you owe.

-Proof of who owns your mortgage may not exist.

-Irresponsible lending was at the root of the crisis.

Join Attorney Jacobs for a night of questions and answers. Topics up for discussion include:

-Why isn’t the loan modification process working?
-Do I want a loan modification anyway?
-What is securitization and how can it help?
-Are there meaningful defenses to foreclosure?
-What happens if I stop paying my mortgage?
-What about the condo or homeowners association?
-Should I pay my property taxes and insurance?
-How does the foreclosure process work?
-What is a deficiency judgment?
-Does my credit score matter if I owe so much?
-Can I get a principal balance reduction?

Knowledge is Power – Negotiate from Strength!
For more information or for media inquiry, contact Barbara Ferenczi at BNE Marketing at Barbara@BNEMarketing.com.

If you need help with foreclosure issues in Miami or the surrounding areas, including short sales, deficiency judgments, strategic defaults or other help for Miami homeowners, contact Jacobs Keeley for a confidential appointment to discuss your rights. Call (305) 358-7991.