real estate: Blatant Overlooked Fraud? eWarehouseOne - 05/22/12 02:07 AM
Have you heard of eWarehouseOne?
Their website can be found at http://www.ewarehouseone.com/
Interestingly, all of the names of their account executives have been recently removed from the website. Reports suggest that over a quarter of a million dollars in application money has been collected by eWarehouseOne but they have failed to deliver anything in return.
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real estate: Facebook Housing Boom? - 05/21/12 08:49 AM
While the rest of the county buzzed Friday about Facebook’s first day as a public company, real estate agent Brian Chancellor saw the effect months earlier.
Chancellor put a client’s house on the market in February for roughly $1.2 million — a bit underpriced, he said. The home in Palo Alto, Calif., sits adjacent to Menlo Park, the home of the social-media darling.
Twenty days and 38 offers later, the house sold for $1.65 million.
“It’s not uncommon that even when somebody goes well over the asking price … they may not get the home,” Chancellor said. “There are people who … (0 comments)

real estate: Bank of America - Too Crooked to Fail? - 04/18/12 11:36 PM
Too Crooked to Fail is a Rolling Stone article regarding the scary monster we call Bank of America and all of the illegal, immoral and downright criminal things that they have been up to. It’s pretty scary stuff! People we are talking billions of dollars if not trillions!
 
At least Bank of America got its name right. The ultimate Too Big to Fail bank really is America, a hypergluttonous ward of the state whose limitless fraud and criminal conspiracies we'll all be paying for until the end of time.
 
Did you hear about the plot to rig global interest … (1 comments)

 
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