David Saks

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Education & Training - (retired) - TN LIC# 290452
David Saks is a musician, retired real estate broker, and long-time ActiveRain member. David's blog features important information relevant to the safety, integrity and security of the industry. In addition to his widely read real estate fraud blog, a comprehensive overview of real estate continuing education is a weekly addition for his subscribers and the ActiveRain community at-large. Thank you for subscribing to and for visiting David's ActiveRain home on the internet. Please join. Membership in ActiveRain will enrich your life !

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2008 

If you see 'Click to Chat With Me' on the right side of the page click on the little guy with the megaphone and a cool chat window will pop up and we can text chat in real time if I'm on-line, anytime, even if I'm not logged in to Active Rain but surfing the web. Check it out ! If you see 'Leave ...
04/19/2008
It takes a lot of muscle, men and machines to process the loans. What do you think that it takes to handle a massive electronic network that handles thousands of loan applications every business day? How can I link my real estate brokerage to the computers of five different lenders? If I'm the b...
04/12/2008
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    If you let your buyer move into the home without disclosing that poison ivy plants ( Rhus radicans ) surround the fence, you might have some problems later. What kind of problems do you think that a seller could have for not disclosing that there are poison ivy plants surrounding the fence? W...
04/12/2008
Six Risks of Buying Foreclosures Part 6. Events that are going to take place in the future. We keep building and waiting for whatever it is that we've planned to happen finally happen. The future is where all of our rewards are. It's the creme filled center of the cookie; it's the twin moons of ...
04/12/2008
Six Risks of Buying Foreclosures Part 5. Whether or not the property is marketable and has liquidity. As mentioned earlier, dead pit bull dogs in front of the house would make it real hard to sell. Ask anyone that's had to deal with that problem and they'll confirm it that it's very hard to sell...
04/12/2008
                                                                                   Six Risks of Buying Foreclosures Part 4. The rental rates you have to worry about charging your tenants. It's a shame that all of those property tax increases have to get passed on to people who rent. That's why it...
04/12/2008
 Six Risks of Buying Foreclosures Part 3. The interests rates that you have to pay for your loan.                      Oh boy ! We all know that the interest rate on the loan can trigger some interest in a new loan for any old financing project. It's been said that interest rates on investment p...
04/12/2008
                                                                              Six Risks Part 2.The Future Value of the Neighborhood What good is the neighborhood if dead pit bull dogs are all over the place? It's very important that the neighborhood be kept clean and sanitary. Memphis was voted t...
04/12/2008
                                                                    Part 1.The Physical Condition Why wouldn't you want to know if there was something wrong with the property? It's up to you to find out if there are termites in the floors or if the backyard is covered with poison ivy before you s...
04/12/2008
                                                                                                                                       There are six risks:1. The physical condition of the property.2. The future value of the neighborhood.3. The interests rates that you have to pay for your loan.4....
04/12/2008
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