Written by attorney Roy David Oppenheim

Roy Oppenheim Discusses Forclosure & Hurricane Victims

Roy Oppenheim was interviewed by AP regarding his views on using foreclosed homes to house hurricane victims during the South Florida storm season. To read the full article visit: or see his Foreclosure Defense Law Firm web site:

FEMA To Use Foreclosed Homes During Hurricane Season


With the brunt of hurricane season fast approaching, the Associated Press has reported FEMA is considering a plan to use vacant foreclosure properties as a source of emergency housing for hurricane evacuees.

In an interview with the AP, Roy Oppenheim shared his opinion on FEMA’s proposal. He also added more information during a video interview, which can be found on his foreclosure YouTube channel.

“This is an idea we have been talking about for over a year because it‘s so logical,” said Oppenheim. “If Noah hadn’t built the ark, the animals wouldn’t have had any place to go. We need to have this excess housing stock as our national ark for problems that may arise down the road.”

Read on for the entire AP story on FEMA’s plan to use foreclosed homes during hurricanes.

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About Roy: 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. 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

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