What Is A Florida Final Judgment Of Foreclosure?
For a Bank to put a Homeowner’s property up for auction at a Florida Foreclosure Sale, they must first obtain a Florida Final Judgment of Foreclosure. What is the Florida Final Judgment of Foreclosure? It is a document issued by the Court stating that the Homeowner owes the Bank a certain amount of money. It will show different amounts including attorney fees, principal amount owed, interest, or costs accrued.
Unfortunately, a Florida Final Judgment of Foreclosure is the final stage before your property auctioned at a Florida Foreclosure Sale. It is important that if you’re trying to obtain a Loan Modification or sell your property through a Short Sale, you hire a competent Foreclosure Defense Attorney to prevent your case from reaching this point. If you have a hearing scheduled on the Bank’s Motion for Summary Final Judgment, a Florida Foreclosure Trial or a Florida Final Judgment of Foreclosure is entered against you, contact 954 Foreclosure Attorneys at (954) 237-7740 to learn about your options.