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An Experienced Lawyer Helping You Resolve Investment Property Foreclosure

Throughout the boom years of the housing market, thousands of people found opportunities to invest in commercial and residential rental property throughout central Florida. As the market declined, investors continued to face high association fees, as well as maintenance and management costs that have made their investment mortgage payments impossible to keep up with.

If you are a property investor facing possible foreclosure, contact the Law Office of Paul L. Urich, P.A. I focus exclusively on bankruptcy law in central Florida courts. No matter where you own the property, bankruptcy must be filed in the district where the property owner resides. Even if you own investment property outside of Florida, your local bankruptcy trustee will take control of the proceedings. Bankruptcy proceedings and specific rules about investment property can be complex, particularly if more than one investor shares an interest in the property. It makes sense to talk to an experienced attorney.

Why You Should Not Just Let The Property Go Into Foreclosure

Foreclosure may seem like a viable option, until you look at the possible consequences. When a mortgaged property goes into bank foreclosure, the title remains in the property owner’s name until the final foreclosure hearing establishes, then the bank will assume financial interest. That means you will remain responsible for any fines for code violations, association dues and management fees that accrue during the foreclosure process. If you surrender the property through bankruptcy, you may not retain those liabilities.

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To discuss your case with a Florida bankruptcy attorney at no charge, contact my office in Orlando for a free consultation. You can message me online or call 407-915-0842.

I am a debt relief agent. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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