Mr. Davis founded one of the first "3/4 houses (Transitional Housing)" in Oakland County, known as Davis House in 1994. He has over 12 years experience owning and running several profitable locations that have benefited numerous men and society during that time.
What is "3/4" Housing?
"3/4" Housing is a unique opportunity to turn unoccupied single family investment property into a multi-income producing housing system while making a difference in your community.
- How to run a successful transitional housing program
- How to turn over leverage housing into income machine
Breaking News Bulletin !!!!!
What you are not be told by your mortgage company
Only at this event will you learn:
Mortgage Foreclosure Seminar
Educational information about the legal standards some lenders can't meet to enforce foreclosure.
Livonia, MI - Troy Real Estate Attorney, Daniel P. Marsh, will be the main speaker at the eastern campus of the Wayne County Community College in east Detroit at 6:00 PM.
This is a meeting to get you quickly up to speed in understanding the mechanics of what has happened to your mortgage and the financial meltdown.
Residential Mortgages will be will be discussed in detail to understand what is occurring with homeowners today and what can be done to stem the rising tide of foreclosures. No legal advice provided!
Some of the Topics Include
* Mortgage Lending History * Securitization * Prospectus *Pooling and Servicing Agreement and the Trust Agreement * Bankruptcy
Some Banks may have lost the rights to enforce foreclosures because the obligation cannot be legally supported. This is a national issue that the media is not talking about.
Attorney Marsh will present this "Breaking News" before a group of real estate marketers and agents as well as WCCCD business students and college staff.
The lending institutions refer to their crisis as "To Big To Fail!" "Banks and their servicers have to follow the law just like we do," announced Marsh. "The rule of law should be applied to mortgage companies because no one is above the law."
Dan will explain what this means to the homeowner, what action they can take and what this means to the real estate market in general.
Daniel P. Marsh is a Troy Michigan Estate Planning Attorney with nearly 20 years legal experience. Though very knowledgeable in many areas, his current specialty is in the areas of probate and estate planning, succession planning, business formation, tax controversies, and Advanced IRA Strategies.
There will be plenty of time for a Question and Answer session following Marsh's statements.