To initiate the appointment of the Receivership, Florida Property
Receiver Force prepares and files the Receivership Petition to gain
appointment as Receiver on behalf of the COA/HOA. This
Receivership Petition requests the Court appoint Florida Property
Receiver Force as Receiver to manage the properties delinquent in
the payment of maintenance assessments, conduct necessary
repairs to protect and preserve the properties to make them
habitable and COA/HOA compliant, provide occupancy for those
properties and collect rents from those occupants. All Court filing
fees are paid by Florida Property Receiver Force.
The Court then schedules a hearing date for the Receivership
Petition. At the hearing, the Judge will review the Receivership
Petition and hear evidence that substantiates the financial
difficulties facing the COA/HOA. Once approved by the Court,
the Order becomes effective immediately.
Once appointed by the Court, Florida Property Receiver Force does a complete inspection, including photos, then creates work orders for the clean-out, repairs, improvements, and replacements, which are reviewed and approved by our Licensed General Contractor. Once the rehab is complete the unit is listed to occupy. Florida Property Receiver Force places vetted and COA/HOA approved individuals into these properties. These individuals are issued an occupancy license, in lieu of a lease, to ensure they comply with all COA/HOA rules and regulations. Florida Property Receiver Force maintains the unit while it is under Receivership and issues quarterly reports to the COA/HOA.
Prior to removing the property from Receivership, Florida Property Receiver Force recovers for the COA/HOA the statutory “Safe Harbor” where applicable or the entire delinquent balance. 100% of what is collected for the COA/HOA is paid to the COA/HOA. Florida Property Receiver Force is paid separately by the First Lien Holder or Purchaser. There is never a cost to the COA/HOA. Florida Property Receiver Force's properties are often sold to third-party purchasers at the foreclosure auction since they have been rehabbed, maintained and occupied, permitting the COA/HOA to collect the entire delinquent balance, versus the “Safe Harbor” collected when the Lender takes
back an abandoned unit.
Florida Property Receiver Force does not function as a Receiver over the operations of the COA/HOA. Florida Property Receiver Force works
in conjunction with the Board of Directors, Management Company and COA/HOA to generate income to compensate all parties with
outstanding balances. Florida Property Receiver Force submits quarterly reports to the COA/HOA.