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Your Questions About Foreclosures

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Helen asks…

Has anyone heard or gone to one of Rick Brown’s and Steve Clements seminar called Bank Foreclosure Direct?

They sell a course on accessing Wholesale Foreclosures, claiming to provide legitimate investors name addresses and phones, who have allot of money, that course takers will have access to contact, in addition to websites they have and would provide to sort, and determine which properties would be worthy, put together proposals, never use your own money, present them to the investors, they provide all the legal forms, tell you what to say, teach you how to talk to banks and who to get to in order to find these “wholesale foreclosures as opposed to “retail foreclosures” .. wholesale meaning properties even realtors don’t and won’t see ever.. wholesale meaning properties banks sell in bundles to investors..and “for sale” signs that never even go up on these homes/commercial, properties, that they want $1500 to teach you how to do and of course unlimited staff/mentors to help you. Rick Brown even shows a video of Donald Trump commending him, claims to know him and says he’s the “real deal”. He also says there in a tremendous wave of foreclosures being released a little at a time to the public but they are retail.. and forget going to courthouse step public auctions because you would be outbid by the pro’s and outcast by paying to much because they want you out of their way. It is an insider tight knit group at the auction, which actually I have heard before and believe is true. These are middle men going with hard money cash for investors. I am considering paying and attending this course for 3 days and using my savings.. He also offers a full course on tax lien sales and how to make money paying someone elses delinquent taxes and you make money on the interest, how to pick the properties with a special website, and if the owners defualt and never pay you own the home. I have also heard of this and bought John Becks course years ago but he shows you nothing start to finish which Steve Clements course claims to give you everthing step by step. Who are these people? There were a total of 30 people maybe that came to the seminar – 15 signed up and paid for the upcoming course(s). It was not one of those huge 200 people seminars. I want to make sure they will give you all we need to really succeed, and I know there is no real way to know for sure – but does anyone out there know anything about people now talking about accessing wholesale forclosures as opposed to the MLS retail foreclosures? In addition their website is bankforeclosuredirect.com & dogreat.com. They did offer a discount for the course “who doesn’t” but you know when you have been burned.. and some of these people want mroe and more money after to continue to learn, yet you never get help and see the money they claim and that you will receive EVERYTHING you need to know, have, and they claim to show you and walk you through everything. It is very tempting, and I don’t want to regret not learning what may be a worthy host and teachers. I detected some arrogance and urgency.. as usual from the host and teacher Rick Brown. I don’t like it when they have folks come up to ask them questions on a very short intermission, becauser maybe the questions others have everyone has and we need to hear the question and answer. They also talk about the other 50% of foreclosures that are “hidden” by the banks because they don’t want the public to know, and realtors don’t even have access. Are these gentlement for real? My husband happened to also see an info-merical from a different person offering a webinar on this very sale wholesale forclosures. Please can anyone shed some light on these teachers or their known reputation. I found absolutely nothing cross referencing them and their business on the net, much less anything at all on wholesale foreclosures. I am almost inclined to believe they are on the up and up and would hate to miss out on their course. We need the money. Jobs are not secure at all, and most are luccky to even have one. Thanks.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

Biggest ripoff artist of all time.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Mandy asks…

Finding a duplex when we have pets?

My family has 5 dogs, 2 hamsters a beta fish and a chinchilla. We are looking for a duplex around the area of 49428 to rent. We would like to not have to give up any of our dogs since they were abused by their previous owners and have been with our family for over 2 years now. Our rent payments must be between $500 to $600 a month. They can be up to $700 if utilities are included. Our current home goes into foreclosure in August but we have had no luck finding a place to stay as of yet. We would be willing to move as far away as Coopersville but no further. We are currently searching for a place in the areas of Hudsonville, Jenison, or Grandville. Any sites or addresses of rental duplexes would be greatly appreciated.

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

I think you should move out in a farm where you dont have to worry about anyone but you and your pets

Your Questions About Foreclosures

Thomas asks…

In 2006 everybody wanted ” Change ” and voted for a democratic congress but has the change been good ?

President Bush’s State of the Union address. One
year ago:
1) Consumer confidence stood at a 2 1/2 year high;
2) Regular gasoline sold for $2.19 a gallon;
3) the unemployment rate was 4.5%.

Since voting in a Democratic Congress in 2006 we’re seen:
1) Consumer confidence plummet;
2) the cost of regular gasoline soar to over $3 a gallon;
3) Unemployment is up to 5% (a 10% increase);
4) American households haveseen $2.3 trillion in equity value evaporate
(stock and mutual fund losses);
5) Americans have seen their home equity drop by $1.2 trillion dollars;
6) 1% of American homes are in foreclosure.

America voted for change in 2006, and we got it!
LOL, even dems cant argue with this

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The Expert answers:

Well, we didn’t get the change Pelosi and Reid promised. They continue to fund military operations in Iraq.

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Sandy asks…

Can we afford to have another vote for change?

Hello, everybody — Here are a few facts for you to consider…. and perhaps forward to those on your
address list —

George Bush
has been in office for 7 1/2 years. The first six the economy was
fine. However — A little over one year ago:

1) Consumer confidence stood at a 2 1/2 year high;
2) Regular gasoline sold for $2.19 a gallon;
3) the unemployment rate was 4.5%.
4) the DOW JONES hit a record high–14,000 +
5) American’s were buying new cars, taking cruises,vacations o’seas, living large!…

But American’s wanted ‘CHANGE’! So, in 2006 they voted in a
Democratic Congress & yep–we got ‘CHANGE’ all right. In the PAST YEAR:
1) Consumer confidence has plummeted ;
2) Gasoline is now $4 a gallon & climbing!;
3) Unemployment is up to 5% (a 10% increase);
4) Americans have seen their home equity drop by $12 TRILLION
DOLLARS & prices still dropping;
5) 1% of American homes are in foreclosure.
6) as I write, THE DOW is probing another low~~11,100–
$2.5 TRILLION DOLLARS HAS EVAPORATED FROM THEIR
STOCKS, BONDS & MUTUAL FUNDS INVESTMENT
PORTFOLIOS! ;

YEP , IN 2006 AMERICA VOTED FOR CHANGE!…AND WE SURE AS HECK GOT IT!!!….NOW OBAMA, the DEM’S CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT–AND THE POLLS SAY HE’S GONNA BE ‘THE MAN’–CLAIMS HE’S GONNA REALLY GIVE US CHANGE!!….JUST HOW MUCH MORE ‘CHANGE’ DO YA THINK YOU CAN STAND???…..

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

The money left the stock market because Mr. Obama wants to tax the hell out of capital gains. (he wants to take it from 15% to 28%-nearly double it).

It makes good sense to take your profits NOW!

Mr. Obama can “keep the change”.

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Linda asks…

Obama and Jim Johnson relationship does it conflict with Obama rhetoric ?

James Johnson, one of three people tapped by Mr. Obama recently to oversee the search for his running mate, took at least five real estate loans totaling more than $7 million from Countrywide Financial Corp. through an informal program for friends of the company’s CEO, Angelo Mozilo, the Wall Street Journal reported Saturday. The Journal said at least two of the mortgages, among a series of loans made available to people Countrywide officials called “friends of Angelo,” were at rates below market averages, though it is difficult to predict a market rate without access to nonpublic information about a borrower’s credit history and other factors that can reduce interest charges on a loan.

Among the loans to Mr. Johnson, according to the Journal, were a $5 million home equity line of credit against a house in Ketchum, Idaho, a 5.25% loan of $1.3 million for a home in Palm Desert, Calif., and a 3.875% loan of $971,650 for a home in Washington, D.C. The interest rates applied for the first five years of the loans.

“That reeks most high,” a public relations specialist and vocal critic of Mr. Mozilo, Bonnie Russell of Del Mar, Calif., said. “Where’s the ‘change to believe in‘ if they’re playing the same old game using the same old players?”

On the campaign trail, Mr. Obama has criticized Countrywide’s executives. “These are the people who are responsible for infecting the economy and helping to create a home foreclosure crisis. Two million people may end up losing their homes,” Mr. Obama said in March at a town hall meeting in Lancaster, Pa.

The Chicago Tribune reported that the senator from Illinois “fumed” over a total of $19 million in bonuses set to be paid to Mr. Mozilo and the president of Countrywide, David Sambol. “They get a $19 million bonus while people are at risk of losing their home. What’s wrong with this picture?” Mr. Obama asked.

In a written statement issued in March, the senator called the payments “an outrage” and suggested Mr. Mozilo and others had “tricked” homeowners into unaffordable loans. “These executives crossed the line to boost their bottom line,” Mr. Obama declared.

A spokesman for the Republican National Committee, Danny Diaz, yesterday called the loans to Mr. Johnson “highly questionable” and said they conflicted with Mr. Obama’s public comments. “Barack Obama needs to immediately address this matter; otherwise, his rhetoric will continue to prove to be nothing more than complete hypocrisy,” Mr. Diaz said.

Aides to Mr. Obama had no immediate response yesterday afternoon to a request for comment for this article. An attorney for Mr. Johnson, Brian Brooks, did not respond to e-mail and telephone messages seeking comment yesterday. However, in a statement to the Journal, Mr. Brooks defended the loans as “well within the band of standard industry practices with regard to price and structure of loans to borrowers of Mr. Johnson’s background.”

Your Questions About Foreclosures

The Expert answers:

He has nothing but dishonest friends. Keep posting the info but make it shorter so everyone can read it and get the message. Post more questions about this or just post it somewhere in your answers. Most have no clue about this.

Side note: Look up ACORN and their ties to Obama and voter fraud. It explains why Obama helped with community organization.

You are a great American.

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