Recent Court Victories for Our Foreclosure Law Clients

 

  The Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo, P.C. has had a busy few months battling the banks on behalf of our foreclosure clients.  Our victories include: On June 20, 2019, the Contra Costa County Superior Court found in our Clients’ favor and granted their Motion to Consolidate an unlawful detainer (“eviction”) action with their…

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Estavillo Law Successful in Another Sacramento Foreclosure Case

 

  Case Name: Barcellos v. Franklin Credit Management Corporation; Bosco Credit II, LLC; Deutsche Bank National Trust Company as Certificate Trustee on behalf of Bosco Credit II Trust Series 2010-1; First American Title Insurance Company; and Does 1-20  Victory over the following Defendants: Franklin Credit Management Corp.; Bosco Credit II, LLC; and Deutsche Bank National…

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Zombies Aren’t Just for Halloween

 

  With Halloween just around the corner, the words, zombie foreclosure, may seem like holiday terminology but according to data from ATTOM Data Solutions, over 14,000 properties in the foreclosure process were vacant as of the end of Q3 2017. Although this number has decreased dramatically over the last few years due to increased demand,…

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Latasha Allen Joins Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo

 

 We are excited to welcome Latasha Allen to the firm.  As our Client Relations Manager, Latasha will be working with our new clients to get them acquainted with the firm and helping to ensure all of your questions are answered when you decide to engage our services. Latasha brings with her a unique background in real estate having served…

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Disabled Navy Vet & Hayward Citizen of The Year Facing Homlessness

 

    UPDATE: We have received an overwhelming number of responses to our “Disabled Navy Vet & Hayward Citizen of The Year Facing Homlessness” blog post with requests from people wanting to help our client. Below is a link to a Go Fund Me page our client’s family has set up for him to help raise…

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Four Steps to Protect Your Home If You Are a Victim of a Natural Disaster

 

  With the recent Fires that impacted California and the devastation they caused and continue to cause we felt it was a good time for us to share some advice about how to protect your home should you become a victim of a natural disaster. With the loss of anyone’s primary dwelling and inevitably all…

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Are We Headed for Another Foreclosure Crisis?

 

 The housing crisis of 2008-2009 left a devastating impact on the millions of Americans who lost, or were threatened to lose, their homes to Wall Street’s greed. While the United States Government bailed out Wall Street, that same effort was not passed down to homeowners and their families who lost their most valuable asset. For…

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The Effects of The New 2018 Tax Law on Your Home

 

  On December 22, 2017, the current administration signed into law The New 2018 Tax Law (Tax Cuts and Jobs Act).  The hotly debated new law has many tax-paying homeowners concerned, especially those who live in higher-end real estate markets such as California. The current Tax Cuts and Job Act Limits the deduction on mortgage…

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Law Offices of Jason Estavillo Starts 2018 With Multiple Wins For Our Foreclosure Clients

 

 The Law Offices of Jason W. Estavillo started 2018 off with foreclosure law wins against U.S. Bank, Mr. Cooper, JP Morgan Chase, U.S. Bank & Wells Fargo. Our victories include: Prevailing against Bank of N.Y. Mellon and Ocwen in Santa Clara County Superior Court after they tried to have our client’s case thrown out. Getting…

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New Year, New Homeowner Bill Of Rights

 

 With the New Year comes new changes – including many to California’s Homeowner Bill of Rights(“HBOR”). While it has not been fully repealed (as many loan servicers incorrectly assume), several sections of HBOR have been replaced or revised. Many of these new rules (all of which have automatically gone into effect as of January 1,…

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