Workshop Replay: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road – No more Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

Why isn’t Wall Street in Jail? Is our government a giant Ponzi scheme?

These are the questions Roy Oppenheim asked during Wednesday night’s Short Sale and Foreclosure Defense seminar.

During the webcast, Oppenheim discusses how with the departure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac also goes the traditional 30-year mortgage, paving the way for a new 20-year mortgage, higher interest rates and larger down payments. In other words, buying a house just got harder.

Roy also touched on recent news headlines, including the 60 Minutes piece titled Homeless Children: The Hard Times Generation, New York Magazines jailhouse interview with master manipulator Bernie Madoff, and scathing commentary by Rolling Stone Magazines Matt Taibbi on Wall Street’s modus operandi.

If you missed this hour of economic insight from a leading industry expert, the replay will be available on Oppenheim Law TV and the Oppenheim Law YouTube channel for the next 30 days! We want to remind you that as the short sale market heats up, Oppenheimlaw and Weston Title are here to service all your legal and title insurance related needs.

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