No, it is not too late!
Whether you have a primary residence, residential or commercial property, we can help.

The legal rights and defenses available to stop a threat ened or pending foreclosure sale are not much different than the rights asserted to reverse a completed foreclosure sale. Our legal staff knows how to challenge and reverse foreclosures that are wrongful by identifying missteps in the process and defects in the jurisdiction or authority to foreclose.

Did you know? After a foreclosure sale, you still have the right to continue living in your home. Only a court of law can evict a person after a fair oppor tunity to defend at trial the right to possess the home.

RealtyEsquire vigorously defends homeowners (and in certain cases, their tenants) in eviction cases, and looks to expose defects in the foreclosure deed.

We are true foreclosure defense attorneys, meaning we are open to using every legal tool at our disposal to defend your property rights. Over the past several yea rs we have established a proven record of keeping people in their homes even after a foreclosure sale has already taken place.

A sampling of POST-FORECLOSURE services include:

Document Intake and Review – Intake and organization of a ll your loan related documents (e.g., communications with lenders, servicers, and their foreclosure attorneys, notes, agreements, etc.)

Loan Audit – Review application and closing documents related to your loan Foreclosure Readiness Analysis – Review pertinent for eclosure related documents and notices to determine and identify violations and other failure s in the foreclosure process to reverse or overturn a wrongful foreclosure sale.

Wrongful Foreclosure Lawsuit– File complaint for wrongful foreclosure and other violations of law uncovered against a bank or creditor.

Eviction Defense Cases – In an eviction case, the defendant has the right to raise all the same defenses to a wrongful foreclosure that they could have raised had they brought an action against the bank. A tenant is also entitled to raise the same defenses that the homeowner/mortgagor could have raised to defeat a plaintiff’s claim to valid title over the residence.