Selected People Dealing With Florida Foreclosures Have A New Federal Program To Look Forward To

2 November 2011

There will be a massive number of homeowners within the South Florida region who can expect to receive information regarding foreclosure cases they may have ended up in around 2009 and 2010 regarding whether they wish to avail of consultancy services with regards to their foreclosure cases.

With a new federal foreclosure review program in place, people are now provided an opportunity to hire consultants who will offer their services in seeking out any errors which may have been present in their foreclosure process and, in the event that any errors should be discovered, there will be financial compensation provided to them.

Apparently, there has been an excessive amount of home repossessions that have been poorly carried out in 2009 and 2010. Now, people who have become financially hurt as a result of such proceedings will now be granted the opportunity to receive a suitable compensation for such harm.

According to the Offic of the Comptroller of the Currency, the program is going to provide homeowners eligibility which will come in the form of a letter from their respective mortgage servicers who will be inquiring on whether these homeowners would be interested in having their cases reviewed and will be given until April 30, 2012 to respond to the inquiry.

Homeowners who do request for a case review will have an independent consultant looking into their foreclosure case and will be supplied with a report containing the findings of that review. Should any improper handling be discovered, a financial compensation can be duly expected.

While many different people do support the program, there are those who feel that it might not be able to extend its good intentions out to as many people as it should. As many people are aware, the situation on Florida foreclosures has become extremely difficult and the ability to determine exactly how much financial compensation is going to become necessary will most certainly be a complicated goal considering the current situation of the housing market.

Many will be looking forward to homeowner eligibility which could earn them what they deserve as far as financial compensation is concerned, however the entire review process is likely to take a couple of months to complete.

Consequently, people will find that the lending situation within Florida is going to be much more difficult for the majority of people who will find that the process is going to be much more expensive than usual. The reason behind this is that the institutions that will be giving out the financial compensations are surely going to find ways to recover their lost finances in the near future.

Joan Vonnegut
Florida Foreclosures