After a Bank receives a Final Judgment of Foreclosure in Broward County against you and your property, the Court will set a Foreclosure Sale Date. The Court will likely set it out between forty-five days to One Hundred Twenty Days. Most homeowners panic and think that they have to vacate their properties during this time. This is not true. While the process is not at its beginning or middle stages, you still have enough time to try and sell your property via short sale or continue and try to obtain a loan modification even if there is a Foreclosure Sale approaching.
There is still ample time to take action. By entering into a loan modification or selling your property via short sale, you protect yourself against a deficiency judgment and can also save your credit. If you have a Foreclosure Sale in Broward County on your property, Call the Law Office of Brian P. Kowal, PA today at (954) 990-7552 and speak with Brian. Brian has defended hundreds of foreclosures in Broward County and throughout the State of Florida and has stopped foreclosure sales to allow homeowners the opportunity to protect themselves. Make sure you speak with Brian before the Foreclosure Sale takes place because if the Foreclosure Sale has already been held, these options will not be available to you.