Need to Cancel a Foreclosure Sale in Broward County?
After a Final Judgment of Foreclosure has been entered by the Court in Broward County or any Court in Florida, the Court will set a Foreclosure Sale Date. This means that your property will be sold at an auction and anyone has the opportunity to purchase it. This can be devastating to a homeowner that is trying to keep their property.
If a homeowner has a foreclosure sale date on their home in Broward County or in any county in the State of Florida, they have the right to try and have it cancelled. If a homeowner has their property listed and currently has a contract to sell their property, many Courts will cancel the Foreclosure Sale date and give the homeowner additional time to sell their property. If a homeowner is currently attempting to obtain a loan modification and the Bank is reviewing their documents, many Courts will also cancel the Foreclosure Sale and give the homeowner more time to work with the Bank. If you are a homeowner in Broward County or in the State of Florida and have a foreclosure sale date on your property, contact the Law Offices of Brian P. Kowal, PA today at (954) 990-7552.