Palmetto Foreclosure Attorney
Real Estate Expert with Years of Experience
When choosing a foreclosure lawyer, wouldn't you rather have one who
has an extensive background in real estate law? This is exactly what we
offer at The Edwards Law Firm, PL. Sheryl A. Edwards is a Palmetto foreclosure
lawyer who has 16 years of estate law experience, and she is a
board-certified in real estate. This is the type of professional expertise you need when you are trying
to determine how to deal with an
underwater mortgage or a possible foreclosure.
Dealing with Distressed Properties and Foreclosure
When your mortgage debt far exceeds the actual value of your home, it is
time to reevaluate your options so that you do not worsen your financial
situation. Our firm can help you determine whether it is make sense financially
to keep making payments on your loan, or whether you would actually benefit
more from walking away from your loan, therefore deliberately causing
a foreclosure. This is done through a
On the other end of the spectrum, you might be facing an unwanted foreclosure.
We can help you evaluate your
foreclosure defense options by reviewing various factors, such as your property's value,
your financial circumstances and the way your mortgage was written. We
can look into whether your lender made any errors in your loan or the
foreclosure paperwork, as well as whether there are any government programs
or laws that can be used for your benefit.
One solution that many individuals turn to in these types of situations is the
short sale. A short sale occurs when the mortgage lender allows the home to be sold
for an amount that is lower than the loan balance. If you decide to conduct
a short sale, you will need to take action to avoid a
deficiency judgment so you do not end up later being financially liable for the difference.
Whether you need help understanding your
negotiating a short sale, obtaining a
deed in lieu or carrying out some other action related to your real estate matter,
we encourage you to consult with our skilled lawyer.
About Palmetto, FL
The waterfront city of Palmetto covers an area of about seven square miles
on the Pacific Gulf Coast. The community, which lies within the boundaries of
Manatee County, is located south of Petersburg and north of Sarasota. According to its
website, Palmetto has a population of just more than 14,000 residents.
U.S. Census Bureau data shows that the city has more than 5,300 households. It also has a homeownership
rate of 72.6% and a median household income of $36,299.
Contact us to learn more about how you might be able to benefit from our
services. We offer
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