April 5, 2010

Are You Underwater, in a Shortsale, Property Value Less than your Mortgage ??







Consumers - This BLOG is just for you. So please BLOG as often as you like, defend your consumer rights, speak out - tell others your opinions and problems encountered with a Realtor, Lender, Contractor, Builder, Title Company, Inspector, Appraiser, Underwriter, Broker, Insurance Company, etc.
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33 comments:

  1. I could go ON AND ON about contractors - how they START a job, then leave you hanging for weeks on end while they work at a liesured pace, but I won't.

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  2. I Am A Salesman

    I am proud to be a salesman, because more than any other man, I and millions of others like me, built America.

    The man who builds a better mouse trap — or a better anything — would starve to death if he waited for people to beat a pathway to his door. Regardless of how good or how needed the product or service might be, it has to be sold.

    Eli Whitney was laughed at when he showed his cotton gin. Edison had to install his electric light free of charge in an office building before anyone would even look at it. The first sewing machine was smashed to pieces by a Boston mob. People scoffed at the idea of railroads. They thought that traveling even thirty miles an hour would stop the circulation of the blood! McCormick strived for 14 years to get people to use his reaper. Westinghouse was considered a fool for stating he could stop a train with wind. Morse had to plead before 10 Congresses before they would even look at his telegraph.

    The public didn't go around demanding these things; they had to be sold!!

    They needed thousands of salesmen, trailblazers and pioneers - people who could persuade with the same effectiveness as the inventor could invent. Salesmen took these inventions, sold the public on what these products could do, taught customers how to use them, and then taught businessmen how to make a profit from them.

    As a salesman, I've done more to make America what it is today than any other person you know. I was just as vital in your great-great-grandfather's day as I am in yours, and I will be just as vital in your great-great-grandson's day. I have educated more people, created more jobs, taken more drudgery from the laborer's work, given more profits to businessmen, and have given more people a fuller and richer life than anyone in history. I've dragged prices down, pushed quality up, and made it possible for you to enjoy the comforts and luxuries of automobiles, radios, electric refrigerators, televisions, and air conditioned homes and buildings. I've healed the sick, given security to the aged, and put thousands of young men and women through college. I've made it possible for inventors to invent, for factories to hum, and for ships to sail the seven seas.

    How much money you find in your pay envelope next week, and whether in the future you will enjoy the luxuries of prefabricated homes, stratospheric flying of airplanes, and new world of jet propulsion and atomic power, depends on me. The loaf of bread you bought today was on a baker's shelf because I made sure that a farmer's wheat got to a mill, that the mill made wheat into flour, and that the flour was delivered to your baker.

    Without me, the wheels of industry would come to a grinding halt. And with that, jobs, marriages, politics and freedom of thought would be a thing of the past. I AM A SALESMAN and I'm proud and grateful that as such, I serve my family, my fellow man and my country.

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  3. Damn realtors all I can say it's a shame we cannot shoot the shits!

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  4. Larry the LiquadatorApril 11, 2010

    Blah Blah Blah, give me my 6 percent or I will have to go back to Taco Bell for my real job!

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  5. A Realtor ruined my life. I wish I could ruin there's.

    Low life bottom feeding ass wipes are all they are!

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  6. Found this on Google, wish I hadn't.
    I am a Realtor, I know what I am doing.
    Don't buy if you cannot afford a home.
    Its like buying a car. We all want 100,000 dollar Mercedes but some of us can only afford a used Pinto. Housing is the same. Buy what you can afford.
    I agree the stupid ass lenders gave mortgages to people who couldn't afford a used car, but they got 400,000 dollar homes on a 22,000 dollar salary - Las Vegas where I am a Realtor is a prime example of the mortgage industry gone amuck.

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  7. Using a Realtor is like having sex with a street hooker and finding out you have caught something. It was more costly than you thought and the value was zero!

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  8. have always know betterApril 12, 2010

    Mr. Blog Owner-
    Ok so your a Realtor hater, who with any brains isn't ?

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  9. Mr. Funny GuyApril 12, 2010

    I walk into an open house, I though someone had farted, but it was just the smell of a low life real-a-tard!

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  10. Please make sure you READ the Blog Posting rules before starting your comments so they are not rejected....


    Revised BLOG Rules:
    1/ Post in English Only.
    2/ The use of All CAPS is forbidden.
    3/ Please Post Only to the CURRENT Month. Archives are closed. Postings to archives will be Deleted.
    4/ Post as often as you want, stay on point, something related to the Housing or Real Estate Industry.
    5/ Avoid the use of the *F* or *N* words.
    6/ Personal attacks on me or this blog are prohibited and will be deleted or rejected.
    7/ Comments must be reviewed and approved before posting.


    Thanks,
    JACK

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  11. A Knowledgeable CanadianApril 12, 2010

    I am a Canadian down in Arizona looking for some property. I have all ready gone through two Realtors and am about to get a third one.
    The first two gave me that buls**t that the market here is picking up and sales are on the increase.
    The only sales I see are the ones in short sales or foreclosure - or the fantasy land sellers that think their home is still actually worth something.

    I have been in communities that homes by sellers are less than what the builder charged 10-years ago.

    Realtors are like politicians they are great buls**ters but don't know a damn thing!

    Its a scary market place out there nut hey money talks so don't was my bloody time on this nonsense, show me what I want to take a hike.

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  12. Jimmy Crackcorn and I Don't CareApril 12, 2010

    Real-a-Scum = Stupid Is As Stupid Does!

    Get a life, get a job ... you flipping ass useless moron retarded low life bottom feeding scumbag Realtors.

    Six Percent for what - a sign an an MLS Listing I can get a Monkey to do that !!!

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  13. Hey, found you on Twitter.
    I am following you on Twitter.
    Please Follow Me haven't seen you signed in awhile.

    I agree all REALTORS are useless. What the hell do they do for you?

    Haven't you sheeple ever heard of a housing magazine, newspaper, or using the MLS online?

    You certainly don NOT need a Realtor to find a home.

    Don't you realize that if you go to a home listed through a Realtor that the Seller adds that six percent onto the sales price.

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  14. I used a Realtor once, literally, she was quite good!

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  15. Realtors are evil, greedy, buggering, soulless...

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  17. Attention Email Spammers:
    Starting immediately, I will post right here to this Blog the name, email address, company, and website address of anyone who sends me spam emails.

    Anyone who uses email as a form of ads (SPAM) is the lowest slime of all. NEVER use a company or person who sends you email ads. They are surely unfit to exist in the business world and are out to take your money.

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  18. Proof Realtors and people in the Real Estate Business are bottom feeders.
    I posted that I would start listing all the filthy email spammers, here is the first list:

    # 1-
    NewsGeni
    Interactive Marketing Group, Inc.
    2710 Thomes Avenue
    Cheyenne, WY 82001
    email: Editor@NewsGeni.us
    Website: http://www.newsgeni.us


    #2-
    Health Insurance for Real Estate Agents
    email: rhi@insmailer3.com
    website: http://www.healthinsurance4realestateagents.com


    #3-
    U Rent Fast
    email: Marketing@urentfast.com
    website: http://urentfast.com


    #4-
    DoQuotes.com
    Toll-Free:
    877-220-0330
    Address:
    2429 Vedado Street
    North Port, FL 34286
    email 1: healthinsurance@insurance-mailer.com
    email 2: contact@doquotes.com
    website: http://www.doquotes.com


    NEVER Ever do ANY business with email spammers.

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  19. I used a Realtor once OMG it was a nightmare that bitch couldn't find her ass with a GPS device and her idiot broker was a man who was even dumber than her. The other Realtor was a male and he should have had stupid tattooed on his forehead. The title company girl had to walk all of them through it step by step.

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  20. Did you Realtor and Mortgage Broker MORONS see that this Blog is popular, it won the Google Blog Award for the BEST Blog of the week.

    Thanks to everyone who voted for my site to win.

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  21. You would think these stupid shits could find a real job, but then con games have been around since the dawn of time like prostitution. Yes 6% is a con game you fools. Easy Money is better than a real job.

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  22. Ok here's a question, who is the worst Realtor?

    Yu can use the company name or the person, tell me who you think really sucks.

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  23. mrhomerhumor@yahoo.comMay 23, 2010

    Jack the worst Realtor for me was Realty Executives. The agent was a total putz and absolute idiot. My dog has more knowledge about real estate.

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  24. AnonymousJune 08, 2010

    I agree with Mr. Homerhumor, I too found the worst Real Estate company to be Reality Executives. Engulfed in slime ball tactics, over confidence, and under handed sales pitches. These loosely shaped baboons think the world of themselves.

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  25. AnonymousJune 08, 2010

    Clicky clank I smell a realtor, another reject that couldn't even make it as a car salesmen. Realtors are lower than car sales people and it takes a con artist with some panache to sell cars. But it only takes a burger flipper to sell real estate.
    6 % = ROFLMAO

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  26. Karl WeatherspoutJune 09, 2010

    West USA Reality in Phoenix suck with their stupid ass email spamming and worthless ads. Screw all realators. You are right they all suck!

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  27. AnonymousJune 09, 2010

    Personally I have only used one Realtor in my life, that was John Hall in Phoenix Arizona and that was enough for one life time.
    They should change their name to Insane Reality.
    Never have so many stupid people been collected in one place.
    When we closed the title company had to do everything from scratch, the Realtor was a lost soul.

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  28. Let's have some more posts, man. The Internet is absolutely brimming what that sunshine, rah-rah Realtor crap and opposing views are getting buried.

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  29. Cris Cobb,
    That is not true.
    Read the Post a Comment Rules.
    If they are violated all are rejected.
    I have rejected many for various reasons including those who support this Blog, mainly for foul language.

    If posters cannot read the RULES of Posting and comply then sorry they must like to waste time because they are not going to be posted here.

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  30. As uncomfortable as realtors make me, I have to admit there are some extremely sexy women working when I visit a model home. I'm always hoping they're going to offer me some pussy. Wouldn't you like to take one upstairs to one of the finely furnished bedrooms and fuck her on the new bed...or a blow job in the kitchen, garage or laundry room would be just as nice. I always hope when I walk in and see a hot realtor that when I go upstairs I'll find the bed slighty messed up and a pair of panties on the floor between the bed and the wall...so that when I go back downstairs I'll know exactly what's under her expensive skirt. When I walk in I automatically picture what she's wearing underneath, but when I find her panties upstairs, It will make the picture perfect. Only trouble with that is then it would really be killin me wonderin what her pussy looks like. What can I say? I wanna fuck a realtor. Wow! A realtor fetish. How cool is that?

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  31. I'm in the process of buying my first house. I have family who works for a real estate company, who put me in contact with one of their agents.

    So far the agent has done nothing more than meet me at houses and unlock the doors.

    I've found all the houses myself, I've done all the paperwork, I've arranged everything. She'll send me forms from the seller's agent to pass along to the lawyers and banks.

    I won't call her a liar, but she definately was not always truthful-- trying to get me into a house with taxes I couldn't afford by saying I could fight the assessment and "probably" get them lowered, or that the disconnected oil tank in the basement is okay on the house I'm under contract for whereas my lawyer says it'll probably need to be removed.

    Once I put in my super low-ball offer on an estate sale, which had been on the market for about 5 months, she calls me up to tell me someone else had also just put in an offer that morning and wanted me to raise mine. What are the odds of that? The kicker: she wanted me to go from offering 20k under the asking price to 3k OVER. Yeah, right. I don't believe there was ever another offer.

    Basically she's sitting back and collecting her 3% for doing absolutely nothing!

    The whole experience has inspired me to look into getting my own real estate license, and doing something part time where I go out and actually help first time buyers make an educated decision on a house they can afford.

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  32. It's important to invest in an area with rental appeal, e.g. close to schools, shops, transport, or close to parks etc. Finding the investment property you want

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  33. I just parted ways with a Realtor that
    wasn't even able to get my address right on the flyer they left attached to their sign. Figured if he didn't know the correct property address, how could he possibly find it to sell it. That was just the start of the misinformation on the document.

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