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2012 

Mark 5:21-43 NLTse Jesus got into the boat again and went back to the other side of the lake, where a large crowd gathered around him on the shore. (22) Then a leader of the local synagogue, whose name was Jairus, arrived. When he saw Jesus, he fell at his feet, (23) pleading fervently with him. ...
12/31/2012
Of all the things that could go wrong in Real Estate this is one happens more often than expected. It shouldn’t happen to me. I take all the precautions, but some times stories change when it comes to signing a contract.I showed this buyer a number of condos in the lower price range. Some seemed ...
12/31/2012
After posting a number of articles about my experiences with hard money lenders, reading a number of posts, and investigating web sites offering hard money loans, I have come to the conclusion, much of this is like chasing the wind. Most web sites charge a fee. Some give you a few names they clai...
12/25/2012
This is an example showing how important it is to choose a reliable lender. One thing you have to realize is, you will be dealing with an individual, a person you will have to depend on to get the loan process finished to successfully close. Every detail must be completed in a timely manner. You ...
12/22/2012
This is a problem I have only seen once in over a hundred sales.  Buyer was bidding on a Lannon stone duplex on Sherman Boulevard in Milwaukee.   Being a foreclosure the place was pretty well torn apart inside.  The previous owner may have caused the damage, or like so many others, it may have be...
12/16/2012
With all the things that could go wrong in Real Estate, this one has no excuse. I wrote up and submitted an offer to a local Broker. Well first off, it took 3 phone calls and 2 E-mails to set up the showing. I go to the property and find out this agent sent over one of his own buyers and the agen...
12/16/2012
Appraiser pulls wires out of wall and E-mails picture to lender at closing.This was one of the strangest things I have ever seen in Real Estate.  As always I have learned a few things.  The first lesson was after the appraisal.  The appraiser checked the water.  The faucet in the half bath sink h...
12/16/2012
This is a great article on foundation problems.   A good one to pass along to buyers and sellers.   http://ezinearticles.com/?Top-Signs-of-Foundation-Trouble&id=7287506&goback=%2Emid_I209693996*445_*1%2Egmp_4217606%2Egde_4217606_member_178197044
12/16/2012
Watch out for scams asking for your personal/business information. A GMAR member forwarded an email he received asking for an agent to market an REO property they “recently acquired.” Of course, some email solicitations are legitimate, but you should exercise extreme caution in providing persona...
12/16/2012
This is not something that goes wrong in Real Estate, but a problem we face from time to time, Listing a home for sale on a busy street. This has its challenges in Real Estate which can only be met by either finding the 1 in 1000 buyer, or reducing the price while preparing the home to a pristine...
12/16/2012
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