October 2009

Found 4 blog entries for October 2009.

 

This is a funny video poking fun at the frusturations felt by many buyers and their agents during this "Unbelieveable, Once-in-a-Lifetime Buyers Market"... yeah right with the internet on the side of the sellers, great deals are no secret.  Everyone can find the deals, closing a great deal only happens from making lots of offers and having a little luck...

 

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Unfortunately in the real world, there are bad people and unethical business owners.  In tough economic times, laziness and ethical absence can combine with desperation and lead to some really ugly situations.  The Loan Modification industry is a perfect example of a service that should have helped but went drastically wrong some where.

Here are the top 10 steps you can take to try and avoid getting burnt by forming any sort of relationship with a Real Estate Service related business online.

  1. Look for verifiable Contact Information:
    • Does the company provide their physical address?  Can you verify the address for their legal entity with the secretary of state?  (i.e.- if the business is in California they should be registered with the California
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What is DocuSign?
Anyone who has purchased a home in Los Angeles can tell you about the crazy amount of paperwork involved. Purchasing Los Angeles Real Estate can be a great investment but the paperwork part and coordinating time schedules for signings, fighting through traffic and traveling to and from a realtor’s office after work to sign documents…not so great. Well with DocuSign technology, the days of physically signing a 2-inch stack of papers and wasting time and gas driving to and from the realtor’s office are fast fading. DocuSign, a state of the art electronic signing technology in use since 2004, is now available and has been already used in hundreds of thousands of transactions. Instead of commuting back and forth to sign papers, you can now

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I think the fact the IOC wanted to do something avant garde and choose an exotic destination for the Olympics where the game has never been held before is a great idea.  Rio De Janeiro is an unbelieveable city, personally I would love to be in Rio for the games I'm sure the experience would be something special.  In the 2008 China games there was that very unfortunate event where the parents of an american was stabbed randomly.  I gurauntee the violence, robbery, kidnapping and extortion that will take place in 2016 will be 20X worse.  Rio is a beautiful city but very rough and very dangerous.  While the Cariocas will be on their best behavior for the Olympics so will the the street thugs, kidnappers, drug dealers, and theives.  Good luck to anyone who

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