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Lenders Lose Right To Sue To Recover On This

Lenders Lose Right To Sue To Recover On This

News   •   Jul 07, 2014 05:51 EDT

"There's been a flurry of banks filing for deficiency cases before the clock struck midnight," said Roy Oppenheim, cofounder and senior partner at Oppenheim Law in Weston. "We've seen a dramatic increase in the last several weeks with banks filing, and we've been busy on that score." Oppenheim said his caseload doubled in the months leading up to the deadline with deficiency suits.

New FHFA report makes strategic defaulters public enemy No. 1 -- again -- Yahoo! Homes

New FHFA report makes strategic defaulters public enemy No. 1 -- again -- Yahoo! Homes

News   •   Oct 23, 2012 13:07 EDT

Homeowners who strategically default are once again being hung out to dry by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

Floridians who lose homes to foreclosure may be doggedly pursued for unpaid mortgage debt -- Palm Beach Post

Floridians who lose homes to foreclosure may be doggedly pursued for unpaid mortgage debt -- Palm Beach Post

News   •   Oct 18, 2012 10:05 EDT

“They are talking about some moral obligation but I don’t see them talking about that when folks on Wall Street strategically default,” said South Florida foreclosure defense attorney Roy Oppenheim.

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Florida Fair Foreclosure Act? Fair to Whom?

Florida Fair Foreclosure Act? Fair to Whom?

Blog posts   •   Feb 24, 2012 16:19 EST

The Florida Fair Foreclosure Act may be targeting abandoned homes, but it doesn't do nearly enough to protect good homeowners.