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Category: Loan Modification

Oppenheim Law on The Tale of Two Cities: The Best and The Worst of Times

Stocks Up + Economy Recovering, But a New Real Estate Storm On The Radar Book the First: Recalled to Life On the national front, news stories indicate that the stock market is steadily resurrecting itself, the first real positive sign that the economy may finally be on the mend. A recent article in The Wall Street Journal noted that banks […]

Instant Replay! UStream TV Brings Oppenheim Law Workshop Live! April’s Short Sale + Foreclosure Defense Workshop in Review

Live from Ustream, it’s Roy Oppenheim with an instant replay available for the next 48 hours! On a night when Oppenheim Law broadcast its monthly Foreclosure Defense Workshop to over 100 viewers on UStream, the primary message from real estate attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim was one of opportunity and hope. As we continue to roll through 2010, dubbed […]

Roy Oppenheim on “Asset Protection” Show Part 2 – Discusses Deficiency Judgments and Homeowner Negotiating Power

Homeowners who are represented by proper legal counsel and take steps to protect their assets before, during and after the foreclosure process can leverage valuable negotiating power over the banks, according to Florida Real Estate Attorney Roy Oppenheim. Oppenheim sat down with Asset Protection Attorney Douglass Lodmell for a second time to discuss the specific benefits legal representation can present […]

Oppenheim Law Argues for “Meaningful Principal Reduction” in The Miami Herald

In case you didn’t hear, the Obama administration announced changes for requirements of paperwork and documents regarding the Making Home Affordable on Thursday, hoping to improve the success rate and communication between homeowners and lenders. While this bureaucratic decision may indeed help a few more modifications squeeze through the banks clenching hands, ultimately, the change that is needed for South […]

Obama Administration Implements New Guidelines to Assist Short Sales

While mortgage modifications continue to be a huge problem for the Obama administration, they seem to be following the advice of the geeks at the Federal Reserve and from the folks in the “Trenches“. (See WSJ Article). You are eligible to do a short sale if (1) you have a government backed loan (Fannie, Freddie, VA, etc.), (2) its your […]

SFBJ: Mixed Reviews for Loan Modification Plan

My good friend, Julie Kay, recently wrote a South Florida Business Journal story on the mixed reviews for the government’s Home Affordable Modification Program, or HAMP, as legislators like to call it. According to the article, HAMP is part of the U.S. Treasury’s Home Affordability & Stability Plan to save 3 million to 4 million homes from foreclosure. So far, […]

Roy Oppenheim Answers the Call on Florida Reverse Mortgages

Mon Sep 21, 2009 by on Loan Modification

Helping CBS Neighbors 4 Neighbors, Oppenheim Law Attorney’s Geoff Sherman and Roy Oppenheim Volunteer by Answering Calls for the CBS Neighbors 4 Neighbors 15-line Phone Bank With Al Sunshine reporting the CBS news, Roy Oppenheim and the attorneys from Oppenheim Law will be answering all things reverse mortgage-related tonight at CBS4’s For Your Money phone bank. Reverse Mortgage Questions Answered […]