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Taking A Look At Your Bigger Financial Picture

Many long time listeners know RERL’s number one goal is to provide you with education and information in and around your real estate. Today Joe focuses on the bigger picture by calling up George Papadoyannis, a private wealth advisor for Ameriprise Financial Services who works with clients close to and well within their retirement years.…

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Good Debt VS. Bad Debt

From mortgages to student loans to credit cards, debt is a part of our life. While we normally view debt as something bad, good debt does exist! Throughout today’s show Joe will provide us with general education on debt and even delve into more specific areas including student and business loans. Specific topics include: General…

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Better Understanding Interest Quote Rates

One of biggest challenges in the industry today revolves around financing. In fact most consumers find real estate transactions and fees to be fairly straight forward while loans are more likely to be confusing or misleading. Today Joe covers things be aware of when being quoted for a home loan. Specific topics include: Why loans…

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Live & Unplugged: Helping Consumers Better Understand the Future of Real Estate and Lending with John Melo, Larry Matos and Frank Fuentes

California is a state like no other and that knowledge holds strong looking at our real estate. Hosting live from the Toll House Hotel Joe is joined by 3 guests:  Century 21 M&M and Associates Founders, John Melo and Larry Matos and National Vice President of Multicultural Lending at New American Funding, Frank Fuentes. Joe…

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Creative Financing Strategies and Mobile Home Investments

Getting creative with your financing is not exactly a hidden subject and many of us are familiar with the arms and bridge loans. In the first half of today’s show Joe explains lesser known strategies available when traditional down payments become too burdensome; something extremely helpful for retirees in need of financing. Joe also chats…

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