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Roy Oppenheim to the Wall Street Journal: “Your editorial will make future investors think twice about entire system”

Tue Oct 19, 2010 by on Florida Law News

Oppenheim Law’s South Florida Law Blog shares a letter Roy Oppenheim wrote in response to an editorial piece published on October 9th called The Politics of Foreclosure: Your editorial “The Politics of Foreclosure” (October 9) misses a number of significant legal as well as macro economic issues. In fact the editorial’s latent sarcasm (i.e., “the affidavit was supposed to be […]

The Wall Street Journal: Why Renting is the New American Dream

Thu Dec 10, 2009 by on Florida Real Estate

For almost three years now I have talked about the idea that the American Dream of homeownership was really only a mirage. While policymakers had good intentions, homeownership has in many instances become the American Nightmare for numerous systematic reasons including: greed, lax government regulation and pure fraud. In a wonderful front page analysis in today’s Wall Street Journal, they […]

Oppenheim Law Explains How Short Sales and House Flipping Can Bailout South Florida Homeowners

WSJ reporter, James Hagerty, arguably one of the best reporters covering the real estate crisis and with whom I speak with from time-to time wrote a great article this morning concerning professional investors who are going to auction, fixing up the houses and then flipping them for a profit. (Also take the time to look at the slides and related […]

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