Selling/Acquiring Distressed Real Estate In Florida: A White Paper on the Advantages and Disadvantages of Six Alternatives, Including Contract and Due


This white paper outlines various methods for acquiring distressed real estate in Florida, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Essentially, it tracks the foreclosure process (i.e. from the initiation of the foreclosure proceeding through the issuance of the Certificate of Title) and discusses what an investor can expect at each stage of the action if he/she purchases the property.

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