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Roy Oppenheim Presents Foreclosure Strategies to Pompano Beach Homeowners

More than 5,000 homes in Pompano Beach have already been foreclosed or are currently in some stage of the foreclosure process, according to Realtytrac.com.

Fully aware of the battle facing South Florida homeowners, the Pompano Beach Highlands Civic Improvement Association has announced its next meeting will be dedicated to the topic of foreclosure defense for homeowners.

The Association has invited real estate attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim to outline the foreclosure process, discuss the defenses to a foreclosure action, and offer alternatives available to distressed homeowners such as loan modifications and short sales. The meeting will be held at Pompano Beach Highlands Park on Tuesday, October 6th at 7 p.m.

  • Who: The Pompano Beach Highlands Civic Improvement Association with guest speaker, Roy Oppenheim
  • What: Residential Foreclosure Prevention Meeting
  • Where: Pompano Beach Highlands Park, 1650 NE 50th Court, Pompano Beach , FL 33064
  • When: Tuesday, October 6th at 7 p.m.
  • Why: Learn what options are available to homeowners in foreclosure and what to do in the process of foreclosure.

For more information regarding Pompano Beach real estate be sure to check out the Sun-Sentinel blog “Living With Rules” by local columnist Daniel Vasquez.

Tags: Foreclosure Defense, Pompano Beach real estate, Roy Oppenheim, south florida real estate

2 responses to “Roy Oppenheim Presents Foreclosure Strategies to Pompano Beach Homeowners”

  1. Alfredo Babler says:

    Hello! I have personally met Mr. Oppenheim and I’m subscribed to his blog. Everyone should attend his presentation. It is a rare treat when someone so knowledgeable about foreclosure issues can lay out the information for you in a clear and concise manner. Anyone who wants to know about foreclosures and how to protect/defend themselves should not miss this event.

  2. Mark Guerette says:

    I need info on adverse possession. Can we file a notice in public records to put the owner or lender on notice of our intent to take over the house that they have abandoned?