Associations in the past were reluctant to foreclose when the mortgagee already commenced its own foreclosure action or when the value of the property did not exceed the amount of debt secured by the first mortgage. That’s changing now.
Mr. Miller practices in the areas of business, real estate and community association litigation. Since joining Becker in 2001, he has concentrated much of his practice in the law governing common interest ownership associations. During that time, he has represented condominium, cooperative and homeowners associations, as well as developers in a wide variety of litigation and matters.