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How to Avoid Foreclosure in California, 2012 Edition [NOOK Book]

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An Easy Guide to Saving Your Property or Walking Away With Cash. Learn the facts and your options on what you can do about it! Get the latest information on the 2012 laws affecting distressed California property owners. This book includes practical solutions in easy to understand terms on the options available to distressed California residential and commercial property owners.

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How to Avoid Foreclosure in California, 2012 Edition

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Overview

An Easy Guide to Saving Your Property or Walking Away With Cash. Learn the facts and your options on what you can do about it! Get the latest information on the 2012 laws affecting distressed California property owners. This book includes practical solutions in easy to understand terms on the options available to distressed California residential and commercial property owners.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044697461
  • Publisher: Howard Hibbard
  • Publication date: 6/22/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 256 KB

Meet the Author

Howard L. Hibbard is owner and principal attorney of the Law Office of Howard L. Hibbard, founded in 1979. With over 30 years experience as a trial attorney in both state and federal courts, his primary focus has been on commercial and residential real estate matters, including construction defect lawsuits.


In addition, his clients rely upon him for business law, corporate and insurance litigation, debt collection, bankruptcy adversary actions, labor relations and elder law.


He has extensive experience in real estate and construction defect litigation, with a case history of achieving multi-million dollar settlements involving large housing developments, commercial properties and condominium complexes. He has served as chief legal counsel for a major soil engineering company since 1981, where he has handled lawsuits involving housing developments with as many as 250 homes in a single case.


Mr. Hibbard is also author of The Legal Pitfalls of Short Sales and Foreclosures, and teaches seminars on how to avoid foreclosure through loan modification programs, and other important information on buying and selling distressed properties.

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