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Special Zoom At Noon: Post Election Analysis on Legal Issues, Economy & Real Estate

Fri Oct 30, 2020 by on Business & Florida Foreclosures

Dear Friends:

I hope that you are well during these challenging times.

As many of you know, from the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, our law firm and title company sponsored a free weekly webinar, Zoom at Noon, providing insight as to emerging legal and real estate issues due to COVID-19. For 30 consecutive weeks, until our first grandchild was born, we hosted various industry leaders to discuss our collective “new normal.”

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, one week after this historic upcoming election, my partner, Roy Oppenheim, will have a special Zoom at Noon: Now What? Where do we all go from here?

We will focus on what to anticipate over the next several months into the first quarter of 2021 in commercial and residential real estate, mortgage and rental moratoriums, and the imminent resurgence of foreclosures and evictions.

Aside from real estate, we will discuss whether a new stimulus package will arrive in time to prevent economic recovery from stalling or worse slipping us back into a recession. We will focus on the loan forgiveness options on the table and part of a new stimulus proposal for certain recipients of the popular PPP loan for small businesses.

With only a few days left to Election Day, I encourage those who have not yet voted to vote. These are truly unprecedented times. Regardless of the presidential outcome, our hope is that, as a Nation, we pull together as we have done in times of crisis and realize that the only way we will all thrive and prosper is if we find common ground and work together.

Please click here to register for the November 10th Special Zoom at Noon.

On behalf of all of us, we look forward to having you join us for this Special Zoom at Noon, one week after the election.

Be well and stay safe.

Warm regards,

Ellen B. Pilelsky

Tags: economy, evictions, foreclosures, mortgage

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