2017 Foreclosure Trends in South Florida

Thu Jan 12, 2017 by on Florida Foreclosures

There have been many recent important legal developments in the South Florida housing market that you should be aware of relating to foreclosures.

As the rocket-dockets decrease, Judges will now be focusing on the importance of the banks producing real evidence and scrutinizing their arguments and their robo-witnesses’ testimony. This means evidence that banks and others have gotten away with in the past will not be acceptable in the future.

Watch the below video to get Roy Oppenheim’s opinions on the future legal foreclosure trends in Florida, including the demise of the rocket-docket and the increased importance of making valid legal arguments and following proper procedures.


Tags: Florida foreclosures, foreclosure, Real Estate, Roy Oppenheim

3 responses to “2017 Foreclosure Trends in South Florida”

  1. Anthony P Finno says:


  2. Brenley says:

    IJWTS wow! Why can’t I think of thigns like that?

  3. […] 18 months for the case to finalize. Most importantly, now that the frenzy has decreased, some courts are more careful examining the validity of legal arguments and […]

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