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Helping People Hit the Real Estate Reset Button Since 2012
Southern New Jersey was the epicenter of the last real estate meltdown and continues to reset and recalibrate.
Schroeder Law Group is here to help with all of your real estate needs:
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
Let us help you get from where you are to where you are going!
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Jim Schroeder is licensed to practice law in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, the District of Columbia, and New York State.
He is a licensed Real Estate Agent in the State of New Jersey.
Jim has a wide variety of experience in real estate, including:
Serving a two-year term on the Atlantic County Board of Tax Commissioners
Representing multiple municipalities as their Solicitor and as their Land Use Attorney over the past decade
Serving as the Solicitor for the Cumberland County Board of Construction Appeal
Serving as the Solicitor for the Cumberland County Board of Health. Boards of Health have responsibility for Private Septic Inspections
Representing clients before Planning and Zoning Board for residential and commercial projects
Holding a New Jersey Real Estate License since 2009
I went back to law school in my 30s after a stint as an administrator at a small college. I wanted to come back home to southern New Jersey and attend Rutgers University.
As I prepared to graduate in the spring of 2008, I had a nice big law job offer lined up. Then the unthinkable happened. The economy crashed, the firm broke up, and I was a few months from graduating with no prospects.
I scraped together some money and rented a room in the Pagliuso Building in Medford, and looked around to see what I could do. The office was close to my house in Shamong or, as I prefer to call it by its historical name, Indian Mills.
I quickly learned that people all over southern New Jersey were losing their homes through sheriff’s sales and foreclosures. It was then I discovered an option that few people knew about, something called a short sale. Soon after, I had more work than I knew what to do with.
One of the things that bothers me most about the law is when people lose their assets, real estate and personal, because they did not get good advice.
I would read the Atlantic City Press, Vineland Daily Journal, and Burlington County Times. Every notice for foreclosure actions or sheriff’s sales would get under my collar. I knew that many of those people could have been saved before they lost their homes. I could help them avoid foreclosure and bankruptcies, helping them rebuild their financial lives quicker and with less stress.
That is why I do what I do. I love helping people in Atlantic County, Cumberland County, Cape May County, Burlington County, and Ocean County. The towns I have done most of my work have been Atlantic City, Margate, Longport, Ocean City, Egg Harbor Township, Galloway Township, Port Republic, Long Beach Island, Little Egg Harbor Township, Surf City, Loveladies, Hammonton, Medford, Shamong, Tabernacle Township, and Mount Laurel.
Give me a call if you need some help getting from where you are to where you want to be, or you need to hit the real estate reset button.