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Raymond Carrero

Raymond Carrero’s Legal Guides

4 total

  • How Banks are Managing the Foreclosure Case Load and Robo-signing

    By now, most people have heard of the robo-signing scandal in Florida foreclosure cases. For those who havent, heres a brief recap: Lenders bringing foreclosure actions in Florida typically use an affidavit of a bank employee in order to obtain a summary judgment (a final judgmen...

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  • Attorney's and Real Estate Closings

    During the real estate boom of the mid-2000s, the number of real estate transactions conducted in South Florida (and throughout the U.S.) increased to unprecedented numbers. The sheer volume was so high, that many buyers, sellers and real estate professionals (brokers) saw no re...

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  • Is the Foreclosure Mess Getting Better?

    During the 2008 Presidential Campaign, then Senator Barrack Obama told one interviewer that there are lies, there are damned lies, and there are statistics. Meaning that numbers can often distort reality. This is why at first glance, the Miami-Dade County foreclosure statistics...

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  • Foreclosure and Personal Liability

    People often ask whether someone can be sued personally while (or after) being foreclosed. The short answer is: Yes. The better answer is: It depends. In Florida, many firms that handle foreclosure cases choose to sue defaulting homeowners on two counts: (1) for Foreclosure; ...

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