Foreclosure And Eviction: Legal Actions To Secure Your Property
The nationwide mortgage crisis of 2008 has come and gone. Subprime mortgages combined with increased job losses and business downturns resulted in waves of foreclosures and evictions during that time. Foreclosures and evictions still occur, but not in the great numbers that the market saw around that time.
Whether having to do with commercial properties or residential properties, foreclosures and evictions can be costly and time-consuming for lenders and landlords. Legal counsel is necessary to avoid trouble caused by alleged violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) or regulations of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Real Estate Lender Representation And Guidance In Foreclosure
Lenders grappling with a need for affordable, effective foreclosure procedures often turn to law firms such as Delev & Associates, LLC. Our 40 years of collections in Ohio makes our firm a wise choice for individual lenders as well as banks and other financial institutions. Our attorneys and professional staff adeptly guide clients through all legal procedures and practical steps involved in eviction of tenants or foreclosure of office buildings, retail properties, homes and rural properties.
Some lenders ask instead for our assistance in devising loan workouts and other foreclosure alternatives. Lenders may be financial institutions, family members or business partners. Our often repeated processes are efficient and cost-effective for both individuals and institutions.
Eviction Of Tenants And Foreclosure Representation For Lenders
In cases involving commercial properties, responsibilities of lender banks and defaulting commercial landlords leading up to a foreclosure may be complex. Evicting commercial tenants and foreclosing on commercial properties requires knowledgeable legal advice. Delev & Associates, LLC, is a leading collections law firm in Cincinnati, Ohio. Our attorneys can protect your financial standing as you prepare to evict tenants or foreclose on a commercial building.
Contact Us For Counsel Regarding Evictions And Foreclosures
Our attorneys invite your questions. Call 800-593-8453 or 513-277-0816, or contact us to discuss your foreclosure or eviction needs with a collections lawyer.