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This is an important update on H.R. 3211 brought to you by #Family Abstract through my membership with #Nailta! At the end of September, a bipartisan group of representatives from the House Financial Services Committee introduced a RESPRO-sponsored piece of legislation known as H.R. 3211, the M...
Dear Family and Friends, Most of you know our friend Kathy went in for a surgical procedure for a Butt Lift, using the Obama Care Medical Plan through your new state run insurance exchange. She didn't have the most pleasant experience. She should've left well enough alone. We wanted to show you h...
Earlier this year, the National Association of Independent Land Title Agents (NAILTA) commissioned the first ever public study of American real estate settlement consumer preferences. Known as the NAILTA SPS, the survey was given to real estate consumers at the time of their closing through a sim...
I was asked to do a Private party for Remax 440, here is a snippet of the show. I hope you enjoy it. I'm lookiing to do the entire show for more Real Estate Sales Meetings and the like. Enjoy, Glenn
A driver was stuck in a traffic jam on the highway outside Washington, DC. Nothing was moving. Suddenly, a man knocks on the window. The driver rolls down the window and asks, "What's going on?" "Terrorists have kidnapped the entire US Congress, and they're asking for a $100 million dolla...
I'm a Jewish guy in the title insurance business, we like to, “Bargain, Bicker and Bluff” Two Jews walk into a real estate closing … RUN! Jews don’t always have the best luck in real estate. We still haven’t closed on the West Bank or the Gaza Strip. As a matter of fact, the whole business of w...
Look I don’t want to brag but a Realtor told me that I was the first and only title insurance guy to ever get her to achieve a multiple listing. It was embarrassing. She kept screaming my name, out loud, during settlement. I was recently at a closing, They were all there: the mortgage company,...
A notary’s job is to ensure an individual signing documents appears in person, is properly identified and acknowledges his signature in front of a trusted and impartial witness. The notary is the eyes and ears making sure the signer intends to sign, is competent to sign and is not being forced to...