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Oppenheim Hosts Legal Real Estate Workshop

Foreclosure Defense Advocate and Law Blogger, Roy Oppenheim Speaks to Homeowners

Helping homeowners prevent foreclosure is keeping Roy Oppenheim busy as he defends the constitutional rights and wrongs for Broward homeowners. Considering the Sunshine State's foreclosures rank 4th in the nation and South Florida foreclosures jumped up 33 percent in the first quarter of 2009, foreclosure defense expertise is a hot commodity that is often times a missed step.

Now Broward homeowners have somewhere to turn when facing foreclosure, Oppenheim's free legal real estate workshop that is hosted on the first Thursday of every month with the next workshop on May 7th, 2009.

    What:   Help for Homeowners Workshop
    Where:  2500 Weston Road, Suite 404, Weston, Florida.
    When:   May 7, 2009, 6:00 to 7:00 PM
    Cost:   Free with Advanced RSVP to roy@gate.net

 "The chances of being at risk of foreclosure continue to increase for a greater majority of even the most responsible homeowners," said Florida foreclosure attorney Oppenheim. "There are ways to defend and prevent foreclosure and these workshops are designed to give homeowners a fighting chance against banks and lending institutions that automatically have the upper hand in foreclosure cases."

May's foreclosure workshop will give troubled homeowners an outlet to gain professional advice and insight. Oppenheim shares the options available and offers question and answer time for homeowners trying to fend off foreclosure.

"Some judges have over 4,200 foreclosure files in their court room in addition to everything else. In fact, in Broward County they are creating a special early morning rocket docket for foreclosure files where individuals are not represented by counsel," said Oppenheim.

Topics for Oppenheim's Help for Homeowners workshop include:

--  How South Florida ended up in the real estate crisis and where the
    real estate market is going
--  Obama's economic bail out plan and how it will help Broward homeowners
--  Banks losing promissory notes and how foreclosure defense can help
    save a home
--  Deficiency judgment and bankruptcy options
--  Homeowner options during foreclosure including loan modifications,
    short sales, deed-in-lieu
--  Homeowner legal rights in the foreclosure process

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Engin Sezici is a travelling blogger-at-large, who held corporate positions at SYS-CON Media from 1995 through 2004. Engin, who retired in 2004, likes to travel through Europe and Greek Islands, reports on technology subjects from around the world and lives on a private island in the Bahamas wih his twin brother when he is not on the road. You can reach him at engin(at)sys-con.com.