Issue 20 – May 21

Feature News

  • Don’t Fall for these 10 Mortgage Misconceptions
  • Amateur investors tap 401(k)s to buy homes

  • Should Home Ownership still be Part of the American Dream?

  • BofA, Wells Fargo sued for mortgage settlement violation

  • A Reality Check on Real Estate



Quick Tip

While negotiating, always be aware of the worst-case and best-case scenarios and how much you are ready to concede. If you are negotiating on behalf of someone ensure that you paint the correct picture before the buyer or seller you are representing. The fact of the matter is that both buyer and seller are usually inexperienced at negotiating and must be prepared so that they know what to expect. If you have not prepared your client well, s/he may take control.   


What They Said

I have “more of an understanding of the wholesaling process, knowing where to look for sellers, know what to include in the assignment contract.”

Scott P.


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