Foreclosure is the legal process by which a lienholder, usually a lender, obtains a termination of a borrower’s equitable right of redemption and takes both legal and equitable title to the property. At Caroline Secor, P.A., we represent banks, lenders or private parties with liens and deeds of trust on real property. When notes are not paid on time, we represent the lender in foreclosure actions. We are dedicated to protecting the financial interests of our clients and pride ourselves on completing foreclosure proceedings without unnecessary delays or added expense.
Trusted Foreclosure Attorney
Conversely, if you are a borrower who is facing foreclosure, we are well known for focused representation, attention to detail and knowledge of mortgage foreclosure law and may be able to help you also. Whatever your legal need regarding a foreclosure action, we urge you to contact our firm to schedule a consultation or to request a list of representative clients.
If you are a borrower, it is important to know that foreclosures can be delayed by bankruptcy court filings and other legal issues. With our thorough understanding of bankruptcy and real estate law, we will carefully examine the information in your case and if appropriate, help you obtain quick relief through a process known as a “judicial stay.” As part of the service that we offer both sides in foreclosure actions, we discuss possible loss mitigation options, including short sales and negotiation for deeds in lieu of foreclosure.
For more information regarding your mortgage issue or any other real estate matter, we invite you to contact our office for a free consultation 727-254-1704.