There’s good news and bad news for the state when it comes to foreclosures. The bad news: in April Florida led the nation with the highest number of foreclosures.
If you want to buy property in the state of Florida, there’s one thing that you need to get it done: cold, hard cash.
The Plantation lawyer whose firm was handling tens of thousands of foreclosure cases at the height of the financial crisis is ending his fight to hold onto his law license.
While South Florida has seen a boom in foreign investors helping to prop up the real estate market, the state of Florida still led the nation in foreclosures completed in August, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
A recent national foreclosure report published by CoreLogic reports Florida is still at the top of the list for foreclosure inventory.
Florida’s foreclosure crisis refuses to ease up, according to new data.
A 23-year-old man who recently moved into a $2.5 million mansion using an obscure real estate law is in good company: a $4.6 million oceanfront mansion is among other foreclosed properties to risk being taken over by squatters.
Sales of foreclosured properties skyrocketed in the third quarter of 2012, new data reveals.
Unmasking suspected squatters isn’t simple because they are turning up in homes that are up for sale.
Foreclosures have crippled the South Florida home market since the Great Recession hit and while the rest of the nation has started to show improvement, Florida continues to struggle to recover from the worst economic collapse since the Great Depression.