Join Oppenheim Law at the next Free Legal Real Estate Workshop on March 3, as Roy Oppenheim explains how short sales can prevent Florida deficiency judgments.
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 24, 2010
While more than half of single-family home sales in Broward and Miami-Dade involve a bank-owned or delinquent property, Florida short sales are emerging as a popular and effective Florida foreclosure defense alternative, according to real estate attorney and legal blogger Roy Oppenheim.
The attorneys at Oppenheim Law continue to find new ways to defend Florida foreclosures, protect homeowners’ rights and avoid deficiency judgments. Join Oppenheim Law at the next Free Legal Real Estate Workshop on March 3, as Oppenheim explains how short sales can prevent Florida deficiency judgments and provides insider tips for buying and selling Florida real estate in this turbulent market.
What: Short Sales, Deficiency Judgment + More: Free Legal Workshop
When: Wednesday, March 3, 2010 - 6:00 to 7:00 PM
Who: Homeowners facing foreclosure, real estate professionals, buyers and sellers
Where: 2500 Weston Road, Suite 404, Weston, FL 33331
Cost: Free with advanced registration
RSVP: To register email roy(at)oplaw(dot)net or call 954.384.6114
Oppenheim Law’s monthly workshops are free to the public and designed to assist homeowners looking to craft their own real estate bailouts as well as real estate professionals and investors. March’s Short Sale and Deficiency Judgment Workshop will highlight the following foreclosure defense strategies and real estate tips:
- Learn the process of foreclosure and how to fashion your own bailout
- Tips on preparing and executing short sales
- Insider information about counterclaims against the banks and deficiency judgments
- Tips on finding, buying and selling short sales
- Gain insight on applying for a mortgage modification and the best time to apply during foreclosure
- Details on current Florida home prices and the right times to buy and sell
- Why the Mortgage Bankers Association is wrong about the social stigma of foreclosure
Address: 2500 Weston Rd, Ste 404 in Weston, FL 33331.