Foreclosure Survival Guide
Tax Deed Quiet Title Guide
Florida Divorce Survival Guide
Myths, Secrets, and the Truth About Bankruptcy in Florida
Short Sale Survival Guide
If you are facing the possibility of losing your home to foreclosure in Florida, get the facts. This essential guide will:
Learn your rights and obligations in a foreclosure with this free book with over 35 pages of information that will help you make good decisions about what you can do today.
Whether you are newbie or a seasoned investor, you've come to the right place! One of the smartest and little known ways to invest in real estate is by purchasing tax deeds.
While the nation has struggled for the last few years with a real estate market that at times felt it was dropping through the basement, intrepid real estate investors have been quietly buying up properties whose taxes have gone unpaid.
In this booklet, we will take a look at what quite title search is, who needs one and what it takes to get one done. We will also explore the world of tax liens, tax deed properties and quite title searches.
Unlike hundreds, even thousands of other Floridians who face divorce every day, you've already taken an important first step to saving yourself.
While this book does offer detailed, insightful information about divorce, it is not to be considered as legal advice, nor does it establish a client-attorney relationship between us.
Consider this book as a provider of helpful "for your information" knowledge presented to give you a better understanding of the divorce process and your rights.
There are all kinds of stories flying around regarding what to expect if you file for bankruptcy in Florida.
Find out the truth about what to expect, how to get the best possible result from a bankruptcy filing and what mistakes to avoid. You can learn more about:
With many years of experience behind him, Florida bankruptcy attorney Robert Peters shares his insights and knowledge in this free eBook that pulls back the curtain on the misconceptions and outright lies that surround filing for bankruptcy in Florida.
Whether you are current on your payments or months behind, whether you are in foreclosure or not, whether you have filed bankruptcy with us or not, I’ll tell you exactly what to do next if you want your bank to seriously consider accepting tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars less than is owed them and agree to pay all of the costs and fees associated with the sale of your home through a real estate short sale.
Sound too good to be true? It isn’t, just ask John S. who just completed a short sale with us and saw $60,000.00 forgiven by Bank of America.
In this practical guide, I’ll provide step-by-step instructions for selling your home for less than you owe and with absolutely zero expense to you and possibly thousands of dollars in your pocket. That’s right, THOUSANDS of dollars. No way you say, I’m 12 months late on my mortgage and someone is going to write me a check? Just ask Burl H. who just got $5,800.00 from Bank of America in December 2012.
I have proof from hundreds of short sales we have done or are currently working on. Also a quick check of Bank of America’s short sale website shows they pay up to $30,000.00 for “relocation expenses”.