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Foreclosure defense: New York City sees high number of auctions

The idea of losing a home is not one that most people want to entertain. Unfortunately, finding themselves in this type of situation is not foreign to many individuals, and the stress and anxiety of falling behind on payments may cause those parties to feel as if they have no options. However, creating a foreclosure defense could help, and residents who have fallen considerably behind on their mortgage payments may find such assistance useful.

Foreclosure defense may help New York residents fight home loss

Dealing with the potential loss of a home can seem like an uphill battle. Unfortunately, foreclosure affects numerous New York residents, and many individuals may feel that they have no choice but to accept their predicament as it is. However, that does not necessarily have to be the case as individuals could potentially create a foreclosure defense.

Errors in procedure can help your foreclosure defense

Your home is probably the biggest investment you will make in your life. In fact, the equity in your home may be something you depend on for retirement planning. Unfortunately, if you fall behind in your mortgage payments for some reason, you could lose your home, as well as the equity that you've spent years building up with on-time payments.

Foreclosure defense may be vital in New York cases

The idea of losing a home can cause many individuals to feel despair. Unfortunately, numerous individuals face foreclosure every year due to falling behind on mortgage payments. While most parties hope to avoid such an event entirely, they may not know where to turn for assistance. However, certain foreclosure defense strategies may be able to help struggling homeowners. 

An attorney can defend you against New York foreclosure

When you buy a home, it's often the starting point of a new chapter in your life. You may be recently married, expecting a child or even recently retired. A home is often the biggest investment people make in their lives. When you lose it to foreclosure, you don't just lose your home. You lose memories and months or years of investment as well.

4 things to know about foreclosures

The thought of losing your home might keep you awake at night. The stress of knowing that the home you worked so hard for might not be your home any longer can seem crippling. If you are facing foreclosure on your home, think about these four points as you decide how to handle the foreclosure process.

Loan modification may be viable form of foreclosure defense

Being at risk of losing a home can be a substantial weight on an individual's shoulders. Foreclosure affects many people, and often, these individuals are uncertain about what options they may have for foreclosure defense. Parties who are facing such a predicament may wish to gain more information on viable prevention paths.

Looking at the foreclosure process in New York

Those who are familiar with national housing markets know that there have been significant improvements nationwide in terms of the number of homeowners in foreclosure. In August, a total of 37,000 home foreclosures were reportedly completed, which represents a 3.2 percent decrease from July and a 42.4 decrease from August 2015. A total of 0.9 percent of homes with a mortgage are currently in some stage of foreclosure, which is significantly down from 29.6 percent in August 2015.

Looking at the workers’ compensation exclusivity rule, P.2

In our previous post, we began speaking about the workers’ compensation exclusive remedy rule and mentioned that New York law does recognize a couple exceptions to rule. One exception is when the employer fails to secure or maintain workers’ compensation insurance. Another exception is when there is intentional injury on the part of the employer.


When you buy a home, there is a litany of paperwork you must sign. From inspection reports to loan documents, it can seem like an endless sea of contracts. One important document that's part of obtaining financing for a home is the promissory note. This is different from the mortgage in that it is the actual document that outlines your promise to repay the money you've borrowed.

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