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Below are a couple great training opportunities that we are participating in. Please join us!         Topic: Tips For A Smoother Business Opportunity Escrow. Presented by Frances Meron, business opportunity specialist for over 35 years. Date: November 28th Time: 9:00am – 10:30am Breakfast will be served Location: BHGLAAR 6330 San Vicente Boulevard,...

We are pleased to be hosting a short sale training event in Pasadena. Please join us! WHEN: November 1st, 8:30am WHERE: PFAR, University Club 175 N. Oakland Pasadena, CA 91101 PRESENTED BY: Jennifer Rose, Short Sale Facilitator, National Home Equity HOT TOPICS: * How to start a successful short sale * Document preparation/collection * Submitting a...

Many people don’t understand the Debt Relief Act, but this information can be quite powerful when helping you understand your tax liability. Under normal circumstances, when you borrow money from a commercial lender and they later cancel or forgive your debt, you have to include...

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are now requiring that loan providers who need more than 30-days to decide on a short-sale provide weekly status updates and make a final decision no later than 60-days after receiving an offer. Fannie and Freddie’s regulator, the Federal Housing Finance...

The real estate market can be a challenging one these days, especially for sellers hoping to standout in a sea of available properties. Keep these tips in mind when listing your home and the process will be much more seamless! 1. Find a Pro: Selling your...

Buying a home makes a lot of sense because of the built-in tax breaks that accompany homeownership. To take full advantage, it’s usually necessary to itemize your taxes, and while this may seem like an unnecessary hassle, the benefits are well worth it. Here are...

Beginning in the 2012 tax year, property owners will be required to break down payments into deductible and non-deductible portions when they file their tax returns with the Franchise Tax Board.  This could be a serious wakeup call for property owners, shaving thousands off their...