Sun Sentinel Story South Florida Businesses Enjoying Big Bounce Back Amidst Real Estate Bubble. Weston Title & Escrow and Oppenheim Law explains housing growth.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
If the headlines are to be believed then the nation is starting to ease its way out of the housing crisis. Demand for homes is on the rise and there have even been reports of bidding wars breaking out. I know someone who put their home on the market on a Friday afternoon, had nine offers, and was signing a […]
This article was originally written By Kimberly Miller for The Palm Beach Post and republished in South Florida Law Blog. The first wave of checks to 4.2 million borrowers, including hundreds of thousands in Florida, will go into the mail Friday, according to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. […]
Seventeen of the nation’s “too big to fail” banks also apparently think they are “too big to lose in court.” They have joined forces to go up against a federal judge whose rulings they simply don’t like. In doing so, the banks may have opened a Pandora’s box that ultimately could benefit the same group of people they have been […]
The following Letter originally ran in The Florida Bar News and has been republished in the South Florida Law Blog with permission. Foreclosure Legislation We write as members of The Florida Bar and in some cases as members of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section to express our deep concern with the section’s support of Senate Bill 1666 […]
Roy Oppenheim was quoted in the following article, which was originally posted on loans.org written by Rebekah Coleman and is being redistributed on the South Florida Law Blog with their permission. Zombie titles occur after a homeowner defaults, but when a lender never follows through with the foreclosure. Although a mortgage loan servicer may notify a borrower in default that […]