Trust in our law firm when you need representation for a legal real estate matter. Peter J. Goodman, Esq. PC is a law firm that handles cases dealing with real estate, short sales, and foreclosures.
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Peter J. Goodman has been a practicing attorney since 1996. His specialization is in real estate law with an emphasis on residential purchases and sales. He is a strong advocate in loss mitigation matters as well as protecting first time homebuyers His interest in this arena began many years ago when he started in the field as a real estate paralegal and title closer while studying law. Mr. Goodman is a long standing member of the Long Island Housing Partnership and has served on their Strategic Planning Committee. He is also treasurer for the Town of Hempstead Democratic Committee and a member of the Nassau County Bar Association. Our firm represents buyers and sellers who are homeowners in distress, helping them work out solutions. We concentrate on consultations, short sales, and settlement conferences All of these transactions are designed to save your home and avoid foreclosure. Our firm also handles real estate transfers after the death of a family member. Please contact us today for more information at www.pjgoodmanesq.net Follow me on Twitter Follow me on Facebook
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Mr. Goodman has been invited to teach the closings portion of the Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI) HUD certified training on numerous occasions and has given a presentation at CDCLI to graduates of the program who were interested in buying foreclosures and pre-foreclosures. Mr. Goodman has also been invited to speak at events for Nassau County Legislators Kevan Abrahams, Roger Corbin, as well as at "Operation Protect Your Home" presented by the New York State Department of Banking in conjunction with numerous local politicians. Mr. Goodman's most recent speaking engagements on foreclosure prevention, homeownership, and/or shortsales include: The Center For New York City Neighborhoods on the short sale process; The Nassau County Bar Association; La Fuerza Unida; The Calvary Tabernacle in Hempstead, Mt. Zion Cathedral in Freeport, the Nassau County Department of Homeownership and Homeless Services; The Neighborhood Housing Services of Northern Queens, and the Westbury Community Improvement Corporation.