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Nevada Law makes it easier for banks to foreclose on delinquent loans.

Thu Jul 18, 2013 by on Florida Law News

The following article was written by Roy Oppenheim, Oppenheim Law for The South Florida Law Blog. Last month, Nevada’s governor signed into law a bill that is supposed to make it easier for banks to foreclose on delinquent loans. Can you say HB 87? That’s the recently enacted Florida law designed to deal with Florida’s backlog of foreclosures in the […]

Dawn of the Dead (Mortgage): Zombie Foreclosures are Back!

Fri Jan 18, 2013 by on Florida Law News

Roy Oppenheim’s commentary was originally published on Yahoo Homes! and is being redistributed on South Florida Law Blog with their permission Grave robbers and zombie foreclosures. They are back, not that they were ever really gone. Like Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Jigsaw, they just keep coming back, even though no one really wants them to. And even when the […]

Economic Homicide, the Mortgage Interest Deduction and the Rule of Law: 2012’s Top Headlines

Wed Dec 26, 2012 by on Florida Law News

Editor’s Note: As we head into 2013, I want to wish all of our readers a Happy New Year from everyone at Oppenheim Law. This has been our most successful year since the South Florida Law Blog was started in 2009. Our posts were seen by nearly 100,000 people, including our readers at Yahoo! Homes, where many of Roy Oppenheim’s […]

The State of Foreclosure: Same As It Ever Was, Same As It Ever Was

Maybe it is because foreclosures were merely a blip on the radar during the presidential election. Maybe it is the fact that the home prices are looking healthier than they have in years. Regardless, some people have been lulled into a false sense of security about the state of foreclosures here in South Florida. To my amazement, I will get […]