Tag / foreclosure defense attorney
Blog posts • Oct 18, 2013 03:00 EDT
Roy Oppenheim, keynote speaker at “A View from the Bench" conference with the Daily Business Review (DBR), was able to interact with judges, attorneys and homeowners regarding the state of foreclosure law.To lay out the most important things to remember (feel free to quote, tweet or share)here are the 4 Biggest Takeaways From “A View of the Bench” Regarding Foreclosure Law Matters.
News • Oct 14, 2013 13:28 EDT
Foreclosure defense attorney Roy Oppenheim held court with Judges and debated about foreclosure law. The state of residential foreclosures prompted lively exchanges at Daily Business Review conference as homeowners win more dismissals, defense attorneys are finding the homes come with a catch — title insurance is virtually impossible to get.
Foreclosure Defense Attorney Roy Oppenheim to Hold Court with Judges, Debate Foreclosure Law; Event Promises Lively Discussion from Both Sides of the Bench
Press Releases • Sep 26, 2013 14:25 EDT
Foreclosure defense attorney Roy Oppenheim to hold court as the keynote speaker with judges and debate foreclosure law from both sides of the bench. Daily Business Review event will take place Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
News • Aug 23, 2013 21:36 EDT
News • Aug 23, 2013 16:45 EDT
Florida homeowners received more than $9.2 billion in home loan help through the historic National Mortgage Settlement negotiated last year, exceeding expectations by $800 million. However,it was money banks likely would have lost anyway in a foreclosure, but it also allowed borrowers to more easily negotiate a loan modification on their primary mortgage, said foreclosure defense attorney Oppeheim
News • Aug 07, 2013 14:04 EDT
Miami-Dade circuit judges have been disposing of residential foreclosure cases at more than twice the rate of Broward judges, but all Florida circuits are following a game plan to rid themselves of their years-old backlogs by 2016.
News • Apr 08, 2013 06:55 EDT
Zombie titles occur after a homeowner defaults, but when a lender never follows through with the foreclosure. During this time, the borrower in default is still liable for the property, even though he or she no longer lives there and is not aware of the fact that he or she still owns it.
Blog posts • Mar 31, 2013 09:45 EDT
More "too big to fail, too big to jail" with force placed insurance. It is a bank insurance product that essentially force homeowners to purchase if they either allow their own policy to lapse – often the result of financial difficulties – or if the lender determines the what the homeowner has is insufficient. Last week, Assurant Inc. received $14 million slap on the wrist....
News • Aug 13, 2012 12:03 EDT
The mere threat of a foreclosure forces most homeowners to put their entire lives on hold, and brings on a rash of uncertainty.
Press Releases • Jun 14, 2012 10:00 EDT
Leading Florida Foreclosure Defense Attorney and Legal Commentator Roy Oppenheim praises efforts to ease refinancing restrictions, but says it doesn’t address the root cause of the housing crisis.