Work with Real Estate Investor

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 11, 2015

Realtor Work with a Real Estate Investor?

Why would a realtor work with real estate investor?  Aren’t they working in competition with each other? You are a realtor and your client is a homebuyer. Maybe, the real estate investor is swooping in before your buyer can react. Maybe your seller prefers to sell quickly to a real estate investor instead of going […]

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Seeking Transactional Capital

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 6, 2015

Seeseeking Transactional Capital

Coal to Cash Homebuyers, Inc. is seeking transactional capital funding to purchase, repair, renovate and resell their investment properties located in the Los Angeles area. Coal to Cash Homebuyers, Inc. is a real estate business whose mission is to rejuvenate neighborhoods in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties in California including Simi Valley, to increase the […]

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He Sold His House Quickly

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 4, 2015

He is so tempted: he sold his house quickly, and now is homeless. He is looking for a short term rental somewhere in LA on his way to San Miguel de Allende. I was looking in the LA Times and spotted these bargains for him: Lindsay Davenport tennis champ Lindsay Davenport has put her home […]

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Bankruptcy Attorney Los Angeles CA

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 25, 2015

A Bankruptcy Attorney Los Angeles CA will tell you that if you have an unpayable amount of debt, the bankruptcy laws are designed to help you get assistance to make a clean break– a “fresh start” in life, rather than spend the rest of your lives being crushed by the burden of unpayable debt. You […]

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New Technology for Real Estate

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 18, 2015

Did you ever have a client tell you he/she was searching for a house in Ventura County, only to find out that the client was searching for a house in Santa Barbara County? Now new technology for real estate allows realtors to know what their clients really think. That kind of thing happened to Tracie Norman. […]

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Home Improvement Is on the Rise

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 11, 2015

Home improvement is on the rise and the home improvement industry could easily post record-level spending in 2015, according to the report (Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University). Homebuilding, on the other hand, is many years away from a full recovery. According to a new report out Tuesday from real estate website Trulia, […]

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Avoid Foreclosure

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 4, 2015

Currently, according to Zillow, there are owners of over 1,200 homes that have failed to avoid foreclosure in Ventura County. Foreclosure doesn’t just arrive like a baby on the doorstep. There are signs of approaching trouble. You are having difficulty paying the mortgage. You have very little savings for emergencies. You use credit cards to get […]

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Buy or Rent in Los Angeles?

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 28, 2015

According to the LA Times, a lot of would-be home buyers are wondering if they should buy or rent in the Los Angeles area. They’re weighing the new higher prices against interest rates still near record lows, deciding between the flexibility of renting and the potential long-term payoff of homeownership. And many are looking at […]

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Debt Consolidation? Maybe You Shouldn’t

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 21, 2015

What is debt consolidation? Debt consolidation consists of taking some number of debts, each with their own minimum payment, like credit cards, and paying them off with a home equity loan, for example, making it a secured loan. The payment on the home equity loan has a lower interest rate and payment than the combined […]

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Probate Attorney Los Angeles

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 14, 2015

When a family member dies, the probate process and the administration of an estate can quickly become complicated, particularly if several heirs are involved. Disputes about the validity of a will or trust, as well as the proper manner in which they should be executed, can easily emerge, and resolving these issues often requires legal […]

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