It’s Time: Strategic Foreclosure Workshop Tonight

Wed Jun 2, 2010 by on Foreclosure Workshop

Foreclosures have been filed against 1.7 million American homeowners, and The New York Times is reporting the pace of the legal proceedings is continuing to slow: In Florida, the average property spends 518 days in foreclosure, second only to New York’s 561 days.

This is good news for underwater homeowners, who now have the opportunity to use strategic defaults and short sales to begin crafting their own real estate bailouts, according to real estate attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim.

Join Oppenheim Law LIVE Online Tonight at 6 p.m. as Oppenheim explains the latest in strategic foreclosure trends and shares insight on how homeowners can use the foreclosure process to their advantage.

What: Strategic Foreclosure: Free Legal Workshop

When: Wednesday, June 2 – 6:00 to 7:00 PM

Who: Homeowners facing foreclosure, buyers and sellers


In Person: 2500 Weston Road, Suite 404, Weston, FL 33331

Online: LIVE through OPLaw’s UStream Channel

Cost: Free with advanced registration

RSVP: To register email roy@oplaw.net or call 954.384.6114

For more information visit the Oppenheim Law News Room to access all of the event’s details.

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