Oppenheim Law Feature: The 10-Year Great Recession Revisited
It is strange to think that this year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008. During this past decade of rebuilding the economy and real estate market to a good state, many are reflecting on those trying times, including our team here at Oppenheim Law.
Our team has always tried our best when it comes to helping homeowners facing foreclosure of their homes. Since 2008, our real estate attorneys have been fighting South Florida lenders and even sometimes the judicial system itself on behalf of property owners affected by the real estate market crash brought upon us by the banks and numerous other factors.
Roy Oppenheim was featured in the Daily Business Review for our firm’s strong history in representing homeowners in foreclosure. In 2008, borrowers had very limited or viable options, and real estate attorneys were leery about taking on cases from borrowers who couldn’t pay their loans or their attorneys fees. Despite the negativity surrounding foreclosure defense cases, here at Oppenheim Law, we strive and thrive on fighting for homeowners. Check out our full feature and the podcast interview with the DBR below.