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RECENT BLOG POSTS
They're baaaaack. Or more likely, they never really left. Last year (and the year before) I wrote a warning about people renting out houses that didn't belong to them. The most recent cases come from Lake Elsinore where two families have become recent victims, according to the Sheriff's Departmen...
11/10/2010
At long last the trial has begun for the perpetrators of the so-called Stonewood Scam in Southwest Riverside County. Long time readers are acquainted with the basics of this story from my years-long chronicle of events. Our local association tried to bring this to the attention of law enforcement...
11/10/2010
Last week our local paper bestowed their 'Raspberry' award to a SoCal based attorney by the name of Michael T. Pines. Pines qualified for this award by virtue of the fact that his business model apparently involves advising clients who have been through foreclosure and been evicted from a home t...
10/29/2010
10 city report View more documents from Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors.                   The opinions in this commentary are strictly Gene Wunderlich's personal opinions. While any reasonable and/or rational indivdual should agree wholeheartedly, the opinons reflected herein ...
10/29/2010
Make an Informed Choice at the Ballot Box. Your Association has chosen to support the following candidates for election on November 2 based on their record and/or statements of support for Realtor® & property rights issues.                                                 Your Vote Is Important! ...
10/29/2010
How can you lose something you never had to begin with? That's the question that comes to mind when I read the Administrations continuing attack on housing. In Monday's Wall Street Journal, another front page article states 'Key Tax Breaks At Risk As Panel Looks At Cuts'. First sentence 'Sacrosan...
10/29/2010
The Center for Regulatory Effectiveness Solicits Public Comment on Three Public Policy Issues Associated with the FHFA Proposed Private Transfer Fee Guidance  The Federal Home Finance Authority has proposed guidance which would terminate the use of Private Transfer Fees.  Private Transfer Fees ar...
10/25/2010
The Californian today bestowed a raspberry entitled: The "Uncommon Law' award. A raspberry to attorney Michael T. Pines, who has been advising his clients to break into their foreclosed homes. Pines claims the actions are justified because lenders committed loan fraud and violated the Truth in L...
10/25/2010
   A ray of good news for homeowners in California. Lame-Duck Arnie actually signed a bill that will provide some relief for short-sellers starting 1/1/11.  Existing law prohibits a deficiency judgment by the holder of a first trust deed on a property that has sold through foreclosure. SB931 exte...
10/12/2010
If you live in Murrieta, in addition to a slate of candidates for City Council you will find 3 ballot measures on your card - Propositions C, D & E. As always, I encourage you to get all the facts and make up your own mind - but if you'd like a little help deciding what to do on these three - VOT...
09/29/2010
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