Getting Back to Business 101: Best Practices For Avoiding Liability Description Zoom in at Noon with Roy Oppenheim: Getting Back to Business 101: Best Practices For Avoiding Liability With Special Guest Ken Morris For thirty years, Ken Morris has been the Broker and Owner of Morris South East Group, a full service commercial real estate firm. Holding the prestigious Society of […]
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Roy Oppenheim’s retrospection on the 10 year Anniversary of the Great Recession. Part two: The unchanged. I started a series of retrospective posts and videos to reflect upon the tenth-year anniversary of the Great Recession. The first post addressed the consequences of the economic collapse. This post discusses what remains the same after it, and in the next, and last […]
Roy Oppenheim Shares What Has Changed & What Hasn’t Changed During the 10-year Great Recession Anniversary Hi, Roy Oppenheim here, real estate attorney, foreclosure defense attorney, and legal blogger for the South Florida Law blog. Folks have been asking me recently what my thoughts are about the 10-year anniversary of the Great Recession and the foreclosure crisis. And I’ve […]
Geoffrey E. Sherman, Partner at Oppenheim Law has been selected in the 2016 Super Lawyers list. The Super Lawyers list is issued by Thomson Reuters.
Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal firmly put its foot down against a rogue homeowners association which, like many other homeowners associations, has a tendency to bully defendants in foreclosure proceedings by failing to follow the law. Such conduct is not unusual in the realm of the foreclosure world.
1. Foreclosures Lowest Level Since 2006 Last week Realty Trac released data showing that foreclosure filings are at their lowest level since 2006. “U.S. foreclosure starts have not only returned to pre-housing crisis levels, they have fallen well below those pre-crisis levels and are still searching for a floor, down 4 percent from a year ago.” 2. Good News […]
School isn’t the only thing that’s out for the Summer. As it turns out, loan and mortgage servicers are getting “schooled” by HUD this Summer. U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, HUD makes Distressed Asset Stabilization Program, DASP purchasers wait one year before playing in the foreclosure pool.
Part 1: Burning Issues Regarding the Foreclosure Five Year Statute of Limitations and Who it Affects In part one of his two part video series Roy Oppenheim discusses the burning issue regarding the foreclosure five year statute of limitations rule and who it affects.