Posts Tagged ‘news’

024. california’s tax credit monies may be gone within 10-20 days!

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

In this episode, i discuss an article i just recieved from california association of realtors“realegal” newsletter. they are predicting the monies for the first-time homebuyer tax credit will be gone within 10-20 days and possibly sooner. if you’re sitting on the fence about buying a home, you need to watch this now.

023. southern california market conditions showing signs of improvement?

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

In this episode, I discussed an article that was printed in the la times today describing the southern california marketplace showing signs of improvement.

021. opting out from credit card companies pulling your info

Monday, April 12th, 2010

In this episode, i discuss a great website to opt-out of not only recieving those annoying credit card offers, but also to prevent your credit card companies from accessing your credit report and making changes to your terms and conditions because of something on your credit report. (more…)

019. with caution, americans still want a house

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

In this episode, I discussed a news article recently released by, titled “With caution, Americans still want a house“. you can read the full article at

video of keller william and colette ching interview for the reside realtor online radio show, episode 007.

Monday, April 5th, 2010

this is recorded video of my podcast interview with colette ching, keller williams santa monica. i hit the video record button a few minutes after it started so you won’t see the intro here. the audio is pretty decent here, but be sure to check out the professionally produced audio only version/podcast on the reside realtor online radio show episode 007.

014. quickie on FHA loans

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

In this video, I gave a quick overview of FHA loans.

Hello everybody and welcome to the Reside Daily Bite; I’m your host, David Doucette and today I want to talk to you a little bit about FHA loans and what all that means. The FHA or the Federal Housing Administration is a division of HUD and from their website I want to read a couple of thingsā€¦

It’s part of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. FHA provides mortgage insurance on single-family, multifamily, manufactured homes and hospital loans made by FHA-approved lenders throughout the US. Borrowers obviously need to meet certain requirements to qualify for the insurance but lenders bear less risk because FHA will pay the lender if the homeowner defaults.

004. news on friday

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

In this segment, titled “News on Friday”, I discussed three articles that discussed that state of the real estate market and homeowners’ struggle with making payments on homes that are “underwater”. This video turned out longer than anticipated, but in an effort to do things on the first take, I didn’t want to go back and shoot a shorter version (I’m trying to be less of a perfectionist and the Reside Daily Bite is challenging me). On future news on Friday segments, I will be just featuring one news article. I’d love to hear what you think about this segment so please leave a comment by clicking on the comment tab above the video.