Florida Foreclosure defense attorney and legal blogger, Roy Oppenheim, talks about Florida Short Sales.
A Florida Short Sale means you owe more money to your bank than your Florida property is worth. If you are looking to sell your Florida house for less than that value, your Florida bank has to approve taking a loss on the house.
Roy Oppenheim recommends that you consult with your Florida real estate attorney in order to convince the bank to approve your Florida short sale and not end up with a deficiency or a deficiency judgment.
In order to do a Florida short sale you need to have hardship. Hardships include loosing your job, divorce, disability, more kids, etc. All of these factors come into play in convincing a Florida bank to approve a short sale.
Florida lawyers, like Roy Oppenheim, are there to help you through the process of completing your Florida short sale successfully. Roy Oppenheim has many years experience in this field and is here to help you get the most out of your Florida short sale.
In a series of short clips Roy Oppenheim will be covering important topics concerning Florida foreclosure defense and what you can do to better manage today's state of the real estate market.
Roy Oppenheim will be covering a variety of topics including the following:
- Florida Short Sales
- Florida Strategic Default
- The State of Florida's Real Estate Market
- Florida Foreclosure Defense
- Florida Deficiency Judgments
- Florida Second Mortgages
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