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Palm Coast Moves to Foreclose on Fallow Matanzas Woods Golf Course as Fines Mount

| December 7, 2016

The filing follows a March filing by the golf course owners to enjoin the city against enforcing what the owners call “vague, unspecified and inapplicable ordinances.”

How Bank of America Regularly Lied to Homeowners and Rewarded Foreclosures

| June 16, 2013

Bank of America employees regularly lied to homeowners seeking loan modifications, denied their applications for made-up reasons, and were rewarded for sending homeowners to foreclosure, according to sworn statements by former bank employees.

When Bankruptcy and a Second Mortgage Combine Into an Opportunity for Florida Homeowners

| July 26, 2012

“Bankruptcy” and “exciting news” don’t usually go together well in the same conversation. But a recent ruling by a federal court is giving Florida homeowners a window of opportunity to strip off a second mortgage, argues consumer attorney Lewis Roberts.

Florida’s Metro Areas Still Lead the Nation in Foreclosures and Delinquencies

| May 9, 2012

Prompted by tumbling property values and a large number of sub-prime loans, Florida has also been slow to get back on its feet because of a foreclosure process that on average takes more than two years to complete, according to report by a Washington -based coalition that is tracking the nation’s housing recovery.

Foreclosure Fast-Tracking Bill Has Homeowners Worried About Being Shoved Out

| February 20, 2012

A controversial bill backers say would speed up the foreclosure process and help jumpstart the economy made its Florida Senate debut Monday amid concerns that the measure could leave some homeowners unjustly out in the cold.

Foreclosure Tale: When Renters, Despite Protections, Are Intimidated Into Leaving

| October 27, 2011

Palm Coast’s Genis family–mother, father, six children–was duly paying rent on its Smith Trail home when it was sold by the court and the family was given 10 days to clear out, even though it never saw an eviction notice.

From Federally Owned Foreclosed Homes To Rental Properties: Can It Work?

| August 13, 2011

Government-owned foreclosures as rental property investments: The government is looking for win-win solutions for taxpayers, renters, investors and neighborhoods, but there’s plenty of skepticism about the foreclosure-to-rental concept.

City Marketplace in Receivership; Public Sale of the Palm Coast Development Set for August

| July 8, 2011

City Market Place, where Palm Coast has its municipal offices, has been mired in foreclosure proceedings since 2009. The changes aren’t expected to affect tenants except, perhaps, for the better.

Foreclosures Down 59 Percent in April, But Don’t Celebrate Yet, Florida

| May 12, 2011

Longer processing times and the backlash against banks’ speed-dialed foreclosures have more to do with the brighter number than an actual recovery in the housing market.

Wrongful Foreclosure: What You Need To Know

| November 27, 2010

Banks and foreclosure defense attorneys disagree on whether errors in the process have caused wrongful foreclosures — but their definitions of what constitutes a “wrongful foreclosure” differ.

The Live Wire, Oct. 14: Foreclosure Crisis 2.0 and the Limits of Tolerance

| October 14, 2010

The foreclosure crisis goes viral, school uniforms get another hearing, boobs against breast cancer, Beirut’s rebirth, tolerance’s limits, and more.

Why You Won’t Have to Leave Your Foreclosed House (If You have a Good Lawyer)

| October 6, 2010

Some banks are still insisting that their errors are minor and foreclosures will continue, but what they say publicly and do privately are two different things.

Scammed Into a Lease and Facing Eviction While the Accused Realtor Lives Nearby

| August 5, 2010

A renter faces her fourth foreclosure-driven eviction in a year as local Realtors are struck with what appears to be a rogue Realtor’s rental scam in Palm Coast’s R Section.

Mandatory Mediation on Home Mortgage Foreclosures To Start in Flagler July 19

| July 14, 2010

Mediation is designed to reduce the caseload on the court system and help people stay in their homes. Whether it actually works is open to question.

$75 Billion Mortgage Modification Program Is $74.76 Billion Behind

| May 12, 2010

The Obama administration committed to spend up to $75 billion on its foreclosure-prevention program. More than a year later, only about $242 million had actually been paid out.

City Walk, Home of Palm Coast Government, in Foreclosure

| May 4, 2010

City government officials have kept mum for a year since foreclosure proceedings began on much of the 167,000-square-foot development.

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