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Oppenheim Law Looks Back at "The Year of Foreclosure" + Ahead to Florida Foreclosure Defense in 2010

As I write this, I’m preparing for a two-week trip to South America with my family (packing my bags now). By the time you read this, I hope to be relaxing and enjoying the opportunity to reconnect and recharge. But first some last words for the year… It’s hard to believe the South Florida Law Blog is now approaching its […]

Oppenheim Law on Dating and Banking Relationships

Why Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Banks Prefer…Short Sales It should come as no surprise that only 12.4 percent of Florida borrowers who are at least two months behind on mortgage payments have entered into trial loan modifications through the Obama administration’s Making Home Affordable program. The first date For many who tried to get a Florida loan modification, the process […]

Roy Oppenehim Discusses Florida Foreclosure on the National Randi Rhodes Radio Show

A couple weeks ago, I posted a summary of my appearance on the nationally syndicated Randi Rhodes radio show. I talked about how Oppenheim Law is helping South Florida homeowners fashion their own foreclosure bailouts and also discussed the deterioration of the social stigma associated with Florida foreclosure. You can hear the interview by checking out the Oppenheim Law Facebook […]

Fannie Mae Announces Deed for Lease Program: A New Weapon in Our Foreclosure Defense Arsenal

As we are always trying to build our arsenal in terms of foreclosure defense strategies, we have constantly said time is on your side and that the cavalry will arrive. So here we have a new government program that may be of interest to all of us by allowing homeowners to stay in their property as a tenant as opposed […]

Roy Oppenheim Comments on Florida Supreme Court’s Report, You Can Too!

You can make a difference! Take action and make your comments to this report that can be found at http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/pub_info/foreclosure.shtml Comments must be submitted on or before October 15,2009 to e-file@flcourts.org Or you can read Roy Oppenheim and the law firm of Oppenheim Law’s comments concerning the mortgage foreclosure crisis. Below is a copy of the official comments from Roy […]

The New Normal… NYT Reports: Expect Four Million More Foreclosures Despite Obama’s Mortgage Modification Policy

In today’s New York Times (10/9/09) the lead story in the Business section is: “In Trial Phase, Mortgage Bills Fall for 500,000. Is that supposed to be good news or news at all? I am not sure. I guess it depends on whether you think the glass is half full or half empty. The reality is that by now the […]