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Oppenheim Law Featured on Law.com for The Fight for Attorney Fees in Foreclosure Defense Cases

Since the real estate market collapse in 2008, foreclosure defense lawyers in Broward County have worked tirelessly to defend property owners against creditors’ lawsuits seeking to collect on their real estate loans. Ever since, our real estate attorneys have helped countless borrowers hold on to their real estate. We recently prevailed on appeal in a foreclosure lawsuit, but the appellate […]

The Stock Market, Interest Rates, and Real Estate: A Dynamic Relationship

As we all know, real estate is affected by the stock market.  The stock market has been rallying, except for last week when the market had one of its worst weeks in several years.  In addition, bond prices fell, signaling the rise of interest rates. Economists have forecasted that the Fed will likely increase interest rates from three to four […]

Florida Recognizing Blockchain Signatures and Smart Contracts?

Wed Jan 17, 2018 by on Florida Law News

As we discussed in a prior blog, cryptocurrency is already changing the real estate market. Now, Florida lawmakers have introduced a bill recognizing blockchain signature and smart contracts. This follows a growing trend, as Arizona and Vermont also recently approved similar bills making blockchain data admissible in court. The Impact of Smart Contracts and Blockchains Despite the rapid and growing […]

Attn: Homeowners at the “Low-End” of the Market!

Thinking of Adding a Home to Your Holiday List? With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are spending money, and many may be seeking to purchase residential real estate, either due to relocation, downsizing, or a first purchase.  Whatever the reason, it’s no secret that there is a critical shortage of affordable homes on the market. Because […]

Sci Fi Meets Real Estate: Robots Become Service Providers in Managing Properties

A recent property management report released in Forbes illustrates the use of robots providing guided home-showings online, aiding property managers by providing potential tenants with a quick and easy way to view real estate properties. As though we were watching an episode of The Jetsons, robots are now offering guided tours online. Once given access, pre-qualified tenants are able to […]

Facebook Emerges in the Real Estate Game

Thu Nov 30, 2017 by on Florida Real Estate

What Will Facebook’s Real Estate Marketplace Mean for Realtors and Agencies? The social media empire with billions of followers is expanding. Though Facebook is known for connecting family and friends, the tech giant is broadening its horizons into the field of real estate. Renters, owners, and landlords will now be able to connect in a much simpler way through the […]