Oppenheim Law in Weston, Florida will be one of the first firms in the entire state to start accepting cryptocurrencies for legal services.
“Eclipsed” by the Law As the rest of the country eagerly awaits the first total solar eclipse since 1979 on Monday, August 21, South Floridians are looking forward to our own view of a partial 2017 solar eclipse — (about 75%). This magnificent event is causing a craze among stargazers, due to the fact that the next total solar eclipse […]
The $400 Trillion Question: What Will Replace Interest Rate Benchmark LIBOR? The LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate), used as an interest rate benchmark for nearly $400 trillion in assets ranging from student loans to mortgages, now has its execution date scheduled for 2021. With its replacement all but certain, it is understandably causing some concern as to how this will […]
WESTON, FL (PRWEB) JULY 26, 2017 Roy Oppenheim, senior partner of Oppenheim Law and Vice-President of Weston Title & Escrow, Inc., has recently been appointed as a title insurance agent in the State of New York. With over thirty years of real estate experience, Oppenheim will provide title insurance services through New York Title Research Corp. in New York State. “We […]
Shoddy Paperwork Haunts Private Student Loan Lenders In a not-so-surprising development, the shoddy transfer paperwork that has consistently dogged lenders in the mortgage foreclosure space is now rearing its head in the debt collection arena — largely in the area of private student loan debt. At Oppenheim Law, during the foreclosure crisis, we consistently saw mortgage lenders unable to […]
Adjustable-rate Mortgages: The New Millennial Trend? In a previous video blog, we discussed crucial differences and considerations when it comes to choosing an Adjustable-Rate-Mortgage (ARM) versus a fixed-rate mortgage. A recent article from The Wall Street Journal shed some light on how Millennials are progressively opting for ARMs as opposed to the standard fixed-rate mortgages. While ARMs account for less […]
Amazon Stirs Controversy With “Hire a Realtor” Feature Fresh off Amazon’s “biggest day ever” for their third annual Prime Day event, shoppers may have seen a peek of a “Hire a Realtor” page on Amazon’s website. While Amazon has since removed the page for unknown reasons, it has caused a rattling in the real estate world as many try to […]
Wells Fargo is at it again… A scandal-plagued Wells Fargo has found itself in the midst of a new controversy involving “stealth” modifications of consumers’ mortgages while they are in bankruptcy. According to The New York Times, a class action and other lawsuits have been filed against Wells Fargo alleging that since 2015, Wells Fargo has been making unauthorized charges […]