How To Do A Florida Short Sale By Roy Oppenheim

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How To Do A Florida Short Sale How To Do A Florida Short Sale Roy Oppenheim

How to do a Florida Short Sale by Roy Oppenheim 

Florida Foreclosure defense attorney and legal blogger, Roy Oppenheim, talks about Florida Short Sales.

Learn quickly with Roy Oppenheim on how to do a Florida Short Sale. 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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From the trenches,

Roy Oppenheim

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Roy Oppenheim

From Wall Street to Main Street, Roy Oppenheim is a successful serial entrepreneur and attorney focusing on Florida real estate, foreclosure defense, loss mitigation and Internet ventures.

He founded Oppenheim Law in 1989 with his wife Ellen Pilelsky and uniquely positioned the Firm as one of Florida’s leading boutique law firms in Weston, Florida.

Serving national, international, and local clients, Mr. Oppenheim has the highest rating (A-V) conferred by Martindale Hubbell Law Directory, the most respected directory of lawyers and law firms in the U.S.

In 1989, Mr. Oppenheim also co-founded and served as general counsel to ShopSmart Corp., the company that originated and owned the GNC Gold Card Program, a program that continues to this day and was one of the first cross-promotional programs of its kind.

In addition, in 1994, he co-founded Weston Title & Escrow, the oldest title company in Weston, Florida, and he currently serves as its Vice President. In 1999, Mr. Oppenheim served a one-year term on the board of directors for Catalina Lighting, a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange.

Growing up in the Bronx, Mr. Oppenheim learned to be focused on success and driven to always persevere for opportunity.

In 2009, he started the South Florida Law Blog, which was voted the best business and technology blog by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He also serves as an expert witness on title industry practices.

Mr. Oppenheim has also co-authored two law review articles, Deconstructing The Black Magic of Securitized Trusts, published in the Stetson University Law Review’s Spring 2012 Edition, and The Emperor’s New Clothes, published in the William & Mary Business Law Review Volume 6.

Today, Mr. Oppenheim is a sought-after legal expert on issues relating to the real estate crisis and beyond. In addition to his own blog, he also has been a contributor to Yahoo! Homes, and featured on HuffPost Live, FOX News, and Lifetime TV. In addition he has been quoted in prominent national publications, including USA Today, The New York Times and Huffington Post, among others. Mr. Oppenheim also understands the power of social media, and can be found on a variety of social media platforms.

Mr. Oppenheim also speaks fluent German.


  • Florida Bar, 1987; Member of the Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section
  • New York Bar, 1987; United States District for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1987
  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, 1993


  • Princeton University, A.B., cum laude, 1982
  • Northwestern University School of Law, J.D., 1986
    • Member of the Northwestern University Law Review
    • Member of the National Moot Court Team

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