Find out what the foreclosure crisis headlines mean to Florida homeowners and how this ‘train wreck’ impacts real estate buying, selling and investing. Join Florida Real Estate Attorney and Legal Blogger Roy Oppenheim on Wednesday November 3, 2010 via a streaming webcast on Oppenheim Law TV or limited seating for the live workshop in Boca Raton, Fl.
It’s out of control! Real estate law is moving at the speed of light and news from the banks changes by the hour. Gretchen Morgensen of The New York Times remarks that this is One Mess that Can’t be Papered Over. Allan Sloan, Fortune Magazine’s senior editor at large, sums up the crisis this way in his column for the Washington Post: “If you screw up big time when you deal with a giant bank, you’re toast. If the giant bank screws up when it deals with you, it gets a do-over.”
Florida, hit hard by the housing crisis, is emerging as a central hub of the mortgage-related problems. What does this mean to the Florida homeowner? Oppenheim shares the latest news, as well as his views on this ever-changing set of events at a free real estate workshop, which streams live via the web or in person on Wednesday, November 3rd from 6 – 7 p.m.
- What: Florida Homeowner Foreclosure Fraud Workshop
- When: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 – 6 to 7 p.m.
- Who: Homeowners facing foreclosure or underwater mortgages, real estate professionals, buyers, sellers and investors
- Where: Oppenheim Law TV
Or come in person
- 95 NW 11th St., Boca Raton, FL 33432