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A California court has considered whether a victim of identity theft could recover surplus amounts from a foreclosure sale of a property fraudulently purchased by another using the victim’s identity. Aurora Lepe (“Victim”) was a victim of identity theft. An unknown individual used her name and ot...
As reported by the Associated Press, The Happiest Place on Earth doesn’t want any new neighbors. The Walt Disney Co. has sued the city of Anaheim to stop the proposed construction of 1,500 condos, including several hundred low-income units, at the doorstep of Disneyland. Housing advocates say th...
An Ohio appellate court has considered whether a prospective buyer could recover compensation from a buyer’s representative for injuries suffered by the prospective buyer during her unaccompanied tour of a home under construction. Patricia Al-Sorghali (“Prospective Buyer’) contacted real estate s...
I have more questions than answers about this matter. As we have all witnessed over the past couple of weeks, the mortgage industry is having increasingly difficult times with the burgeoning number of foreclosures by consumers approved for subprime loans. In many parts of the country, lenders ar...
There is a company, allegedly out of Atlanta, GA, named "Alliance Acquisitions", who was contracting with commercial businesses around the country, requiring $5,000 to $10,000 up front with written promises to aggressively market the sale of their businesses nationwide with a guarantee of at lea...
An Ohio federal court determines that large brokerage is likely to succeed in its cybersquatting lawsuit against a competitor who had registered domain names which bore a strong resemblance to the brokerage’s registered trademarks and owner’s names, and so the court entered an injunction prohibi...
Counteroffer Is a Rejection of Earlier Offer A Florida court has considered whether a prospective buyer could choose to accept a seller’s counter offer to the prospective buyer, even after the prospective buyer had countered the seller’s counter offer. Theresa Polk (“Seller”) listed 181 acres of ...
State Laws May Limit Marketing of Developer’s Units With lower travel costs and advances in communication technology, the world often seems to be a much smaller place. However, many states still require developers to register their properties with the state government, regardless of the developme...
 Here is the latest in tax tips and info to help finish off 2006 and plan for 2007; brought to you by: Senior Advantage Real Estate Council  2006 TAX TIPS The April IRS tax filing deadline is looming. Here are some tax tips to pass to clients and to use as you prepare your own returns. -Early mor...

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