Who Pays What in California

Each and every county in California has different fees that are paid based if you are the buyer of the seller on a real estate transaction. This will show who pays the title insurance, escrow fees, transfer taxes both county and cities. Here is a list by county in google ...

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COVID-19 and your Mortgage

Credit reporting under the CARES Act The recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act places special requirements on companies that report your payment information to credit reporting companies. These requirements apply if you are affected by the coronavirus disease pandemic and if your creditor makes an agreement ...

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The Mission to Civilize

We do not do due agency deals. What's that? That's when the agent represent both the buyer and the seller and make DOUBLE commission. The number of deals that go to agents that do this is astounding. The number of states that ban it is pathetic, 3. Why should you ...

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The office may be gone but commercial real estate lives on.

commercial real estate opportunities

Commercial real estate is everything not residential 1-4 unit owner and non-owner homes. That's a lot. If you've been following either me or the company on twitter, you would know that I am begging developers to look into converting office space to residential. It's a DUH move. Solve your housing ...

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The New 3 Most Important  Things in Real Estate

three most important things in real estate

Real Brain for Saturday April 11, 2020 Real estate prices are coming down. The most obvious thing on the economic planet. We don't know how we are going to come out of this but we do know that millions of people are going to not be able to work, companies ...

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Real Brain 4/9/20

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Rent or Buy  Post-Apocolypse Version

Rent or Buy 
Post-Apocolypse Version

I swore by The New York Times calculator. It still is the gold standard. They had excellent help and great UI and UX. Have fun, go there and fill it in. Take a snapshot then come back here. OK, forget about everything you just saw. It's somewhere in 2021. We ...

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