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Roy Oppenheim on Talk Radio – Fashioning Your Own Foreclosure Bailout

Last week was quite a week. I left Cambridge, MA, after visiting my daughter for the weekend and enjoying a little family rivalry at the Harvard – Princeton football game. After a meeting in New York, I found out the nationally syndicated Randi Rhodes Show wanted me to make an appearance at 5 p.m. to discuss foreclosures and Oppenheim Law’s […]

Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Here We Go Again “The New Normal: Foreclosures Not Abating Until 2013

After reviewing the recent numbers for 2009 published by RealtyTrac, nothing is “just right” and won’t be for some time. With foreclosures on the rise in 2009, the new “three bears” to hit the market have nearly doubled the number of foreclosures this year, and the trend will not be ending anytime soon. The highest growth in the foreclosure market […]

The New Normal… NYT Reports: Expect Four Million More Foreclosures Despite Obama’s Mortgage Modification Policy

In today’s New York Times (10/9/09) the lead story in the Business section is: “In Trial Phase, Mortgage Bills Fall for 500,000. Is that supposed to be good news or news at all? I am not sure. I guess it depends on whether you think the glass is half full or half empty. The reality is that by now the […]

Roy Oppenheim Assists The Miami Herald in Publishing Q&A Regarding Mortgage Modifications

On Thursday, August 27th, 2009, attorney Roy Oppenheim of Oppenheim Law was interviewed by Miami Herald reporter, Monica Hatcher regarding some helpful tips in obtaining a loan modification. Posted on Sun, Aug. 30, 2009 Here are some tips to ease the pain of loan modification BY MONICA HATCHER mhatcher@MiamiHerald.com Getting a loan modification is no easy task, especially if you […]

Roy Oppenheim is quoted in the Daily Business Review on the Final Report from the Florida Supreme Court's Foreclosure Taskforce

Tue Aug 18, 2009 by on Florida Law News

Foreclosures: Mandatory mediation urged to help streamline process By Jordana Mishory Florida Supreme Court task force is calling for uniform mandatory mediation for all residential foreclosure cases in the state to deal with the tide of foreclosures that has swamped courthouses. The proposal, obtained by the Daily Business Review, calls for all circuits to implement a mediation process modeled on […]