Common ethical violations should be avoided at all costs by brokers and real estate salesmen. The attached articles discuss common situations in which sales associates violate the real estate industry's ethical standards.
Changes to Florida law become effective July 1, 2010 that adversly affect tenant's rights. Tenants can be evicted from their homes even if they are current with their rental payments if their landlord fails to make homeowners or condominium assessment payments.
Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Canady on Monday, November 15, 2010, ordered his chief administrator to investigate accusations that some judges are barring the public from property foreclosure proceedings in response to a deluge of cases now flooding circuit courts across the state.
An infusion of state funding has helped Orange and Osceola Counties reduce their backlog of foreclosure cases by fifteen percent during the first quarter of this year. Funding has been used to pay retired senior judges to chip away at the backlog of foreclosure cases.
Wendy Anderson, P.A. filed an Emergency Motion to cancel a foreclosure sale, which was granted. Wendy Anderson, P.A.
Mortgage interest rates increased to 5.05% for the first time since April. While the increase impacts buyers of homes, it remains historically low.
The Trustee in the Superior Homes and Investments, LLC bankruptcy has filed an adversary proceeding for the turnover of assets from various affiliated entities and the Debtor's principals, Richard Wilkes and William Christner.
Government Mortgage Loan Relief Programs: Summary
The following federal government programs are summarized herein: