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Using Twitter to Market to Homeowners in Pre-Foreclosure and Other Referral Leads

Using Twitter to Market to Homeowners in Pre-Foreclosure and Other Referral Leads

Easy steps to set up and use Twitter to market to homeowners in pre-foreclosure, find short sale clients and other resources.   This is the first video of Trademark’s series on Marketing To Distressed Homeowners.  The video will cover how to set up twitter, a number of easy add-ons and techniques to maximize your Social […]

Short Sale Flip, Flop or Hold - A Legal Perspective

Short Sale Flip, Flop or Hold – A Legal Perspective

This is one of three white papers written by my attorney, Ron Ballard regarding the legal issues, misunderstandings and misrepresentations surrounding short sales.  Its a little long, but worth the read.  Also read:  Short Sales Negotiations – A legal Perspective of Compensation . A copy of the DRE “Update” can be found and downloaded at http://www.trademarklossmitigation.com/Articles_and_White_Papers.html […]

Rescue Me?  The Forgotten Victims of Foreclosure

Rescue Me? The Forgotten Victims of Foreclosure

Rescue me?   OK. I’m an animal lover. No, I’m not a card carrying member of the often fanatical PETA group, but an animal lover nonetheless. Particularly dogs – and especially Labs and Golden Retrievers. I’ve had pets all my life. I can’t ever remember not having a dog. Our last Yellow Lab – before our current Golden […]

The End Of Short Sale Flips?

The End Of Short Sale Flips?

Whether you agree with the short sale flipping method of buying and selling real estate or not, it has become a popular method of making money through short sales.    Short sale flipping is done where an agent or investor submits a contract with the seller – usually as an option contract.  The contract price […]

Texas Senate Passes New Foreclosure Law

Texas Senate Passes New Foreclosure Law

I’m not fond of “Big Government”.  Nor am I a fan of “Excessive Government Oversight” of business.    Is oversight necessary?  Absolutely!  But in my opinion, laws that are made to protect “the public” usually swing so far to the other side that everyone is negatively affected, even those that are supposed to be protected.  […]