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The Foreclosure World: What's New and On the Horizon for Pennsylvania

From the Three Rivers, across to the Capitol and to the Liberty Bell: A comprehensive look at mortgage foreclosures in Pennsylvania

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All eyes are on the housing market: When will the bubble burst?

Despite early signs of a slowing market, it remains as hot as ever, with new records set for home-selling speeds and price increases. 

Since federal protections have expired, foreclosure numbers are seeing triple-digit growth.

The Q1 2022 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report reported more than 33,000 foreclosure filings in March, up by 181% from a year ago, and filings could get a lot higher by the end of the year.

If you're wondering how foreclosure filings and the housing industry will fare over the next twelve months, this program is for you.

Foreclosure and bankruptcy authorities summarize the most significant decisions and developments to date and make their predictions for the remainder of this year.

Legal Update

  • New and noteworthy caselaw
  • Regulatory update and recent CFPB activity
  • Bankruptcy and title issues before the PA appellate courts

Approaches to Foreclosure in the Post-Pandemic Climate

Continuing Ethical Issues in Mortgage Foreclosure

All attendees will receive the course book as a digital download.

Recorded in June 2022.

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Keri P. Ebeck Esq. Bernstein-Burkley PC
Stephen M. Hladik Esq. Hladik Onorato & Federman LLP
Brian H. Smith Esq. Fidelity National Law Group
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