How to Plan a Strategic Default in Florida by Roy Oppenheim





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Uploaded on Jun 15, 2011


Florida Foreclosure defense attorney and legal blogger, Roy Oppenheim, talks about how to do a Strategic Default.

A Strategic Default is getting expert advice from your Florida foreclosure defense attorney or Florida real estate attorney to engage your Florida bank in a conversation to re-evaluate your situation.

Unfortunately, Florida banks do not respond when you pay your mortgage every month. As a result, you need to engage your Florida bank through a strategic default.

As part of this Strategic Default Roy Oppenheim highlights the following actions:
- Modification
- Florida foreclosure defense
- Florida Short-sale
- Go bankrupt
- A permutation of the above options

Roy Oppenheim states that the only bailout for Floridians is one that they initiate themselves. The Florida Government programs are failing, leaving it up to Floridians to take matters into their own hands through methods like Strategic Default.


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 Judgements
- Florida Second Mortgages

Subscribe to Roy Oppenheim's channel to partake in the Summer School Series and gain knowledgeable information on Foreclosure Defense as it applies not only to Florida but also the rest of the United States.


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