Foreclosure Defense Florida

BofA TrashOut Story is One Of St. Petersburg Times’ Top Ten of The Year

foreclosures-floridaLenders kicking down doors and taking their property is a component of the foreclosure crisis that I find particularly appalling.   I’ve got several cases that I’m actively pursuing and it makes me furious that law enforcement fails to intervene in these cases, much less arrest anyone.

I’M FIGHTING HARD TO MAKE THE BANKS UNDERSTAND THEY CANNOT STEP FOOT ONTO YOUR PROPERTY UNLESS THEY HAVE A COURT ORDER, BUT THEY DO NOT CARE, THEY CONTINUE TO DO IT ANYWAY.   I’M NOT GOING TO STOP UNTIL THIS MADNESS STOPS!

You hear me on this blog sounding loud warning alarms about the dangers that our broad spread of complacency.   Quite simply the banks know they can get away with anything because Americans will just lie down and take it.   One of the more extreme examples is the Cardoso case out of Hernando County.   They didn’t even have a mortgage….any mortgage on the home when Bank of America kicked down their doors and took their belongings and seized the home.

IF THEY CAN DO IT TO THIS FAMILY,   WHAT’S TO STOP THEM FROM DOING IT TO YOU?

SPRING HILL “” Charlie and Maria Cardoso are among the millions of Americans who have experienced the misery and embarrassment that come with home foreclosure.

Just one problem: The Massachusetts couple paid for their future retirement home in Spring Hill with cash in 2005, five years before agents for Bank of America seized the house, removed belongings and changed the locks on the doors, according to a lawsuit the couple have filed in federal court.

This case happened months ago, but it’s time to log on and leave your comments……time for Times to do a follow up of other cases….

ST PETERSBURG TIMES

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