Wednesday, November 24, 2010

202-TNG Radio - R.K. Arnold 11-27-10

This week, Bruce Norris is joined by the CEO and President of MERS, R.K. Arnold. Bruce and RK discuss R.K.'s recent testimony in front of the Senate Banking Committee, what MERS tracks and does not track, current issues in the system, the function of MERS and why it was created, the real issue in the foreclosure market, and much more.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

201-TNG Radio - Alvarez, Cantu, and Solis 11-20-10

This week, The Norris Group celebrates its 201st episode and we're joined by Tony Alvarez, Mike Cantu, and Rick Solis. The four discuss the rental market, what the three like in a rental including square footage, bedrooms, and number of bathrooms, areas they all like and buy in, school districts, holding condos in the current California market, section 8, the current state of REO and shadow inventory, dealing with renters, and much more.

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Friday, November 12, 2010

200-TNG Radio - Alvarez, Cantu, and Solis 11-13-10

This week, The Norris Group celebrates its 200th episode! Thanks everyone for your continued support for our work. Our goal is always to provide the best information to help you in your California real estate business. This week, we have a special show featuring three of our favorite guests: Tony Alvarez, Mike Cantu, and Rick Solis. The four discuss what they would do if they could do it all over again, what they've been working on in the current market, and the different business models they all have. The three also talk about price and rent declines.

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

199-TNG Radio - Kurt Pfotenhauer 11-6-10

This week, The Norris Group welcomes CEO of the American Land Title Association, Kurt Pfotenhauer. Bruce Norris and Kurt Pfotenhauer talk about the important role title plays in daily real estate transaction, the role of MERS in the current market and whether we should expect further issues, reasons why certain title companies are seeking indemnity on certain foreclosures, what an indemnity agreement actually means, if title companies will insure trustee sales, the complexity of different state laws in the market, and much more.

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