Posts Tagged ‘ N. Mitchell Feinstein ’

New CMA Webinar Aids Brokers in Safely Navigating SB 978 Regulations

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California Mortgage Association presents: New DRE Investor Questionnaire,
 Revised LPDS, and other SB 978 Issues: A Webinar for Mortgage Brokers DATE: December 18, 2012 TIME: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. DETAILS: This webinar will provide an overview of the new DRE Investor Questionnaire, LPDS, and other aspects of SB 978 which are effective as of January 1, 2013; including: Changes needed to your operations Completing the new Investor Questionnaire safe harbor investment disclosure form Changes to Article 5 & 6 Changes to the Lender/Purchaser Disclosure Statement (LPDS) Other SB 978 issues PRESENTERS: Mitch Feinstein, Law Offices of N. Mitchell Feinstein & Glenn Goldan, President, ReProp Financial FEE: *THIS...

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Set Reasonable Goals, Stick to the Budget and Keep the Napkin

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By Scott J. Corwin Eighteen years ago I passed the bar. Before I was even admitted, I made a decision that I wanted to work for myself. I had no clients, no money and a mountain of debt from law school. I decided to hang out my own shingle seven days after I was admitted. I would never have predicted that my practice would have grown into what it is today. Nor would I have predicted that I would have as fulfilling a professional life as I do today. The path to getting from there to here has been both challenging and rewarding. And the single most...

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Investors Move in on Real Estate Opportunities

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This article by N. Mitchell Feinstein, posted in Investor Uprising, discusses the upsides and downfalls to investing in the current real estate market. Click through to read the post–and then click around to view more. We recommend Investor Uprising as a good source of news on a variety of markets. The past has little to do with the future, and those who rely on historical data to predict market movements are often wrong. Take real estate, one of the fundamental drivers of the economy. When the real estate market collapsed, it put the whole economy in freefall. And even though real estate has historically been a catalyst...

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