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 for homeowners facing foreclosure, attempting a short sale or considering strategic default. We’ve attached the full video at the end of this post.
Oppenheim Law is continuing to defend South Florida homeowners’ deficiency judgments whether the result of foreclosure or improper liquidation and negotiation after a short sale.
“Banks are always going to go after the lowest hanging fruit,” Oppenheim said. “Legal representation and asset protection can make you an unattractive target for the banks and translate into debt settlements for pennies on the dollar.”
Check out the video below to hear Part 2 of Roy Oppenheim’s interview with Asset Protection Attorney Douglass Lodmell and feel free to leave any questions in the comments section of the blog.