Sunday, January 1, 2012

Short Sales and Other Options to Avoid #Foreclosures - On-demand CLE

With the housing market still in a slump, more and more buyers and lenders are considering short sales as a way to avoid foreclosure. This program will give attorneys the tools they need to effectively advise their clients on avoiding a foreclosure, providing special emphasis on the short sale. Our highly experienced presenters cover a range of topics, including the current state of the U.S. housing crisis, foreclosure prevention programs, short sale issues, and how to handle a short sale from beginning to end. The final section focuses on the tax consequences of debt cancellations and how these consequences can be mitigated in regard to a short sale. 
Short Sales and Other Options to Avoid Foreclosures
  • Gary M. Laturno, Esq., is an attorney, arbitrator, mediator, and real estate broker. He has taught a prep course for California State Real Estate Salesperson and Broker’s Exam, and is a frequent lecturer of CLE seminars throughout California. In his approximately 25 years of legal experience, Mr. Laturno has resolved thousands of disputes, and has represented business and real estate clients, government agencies, corporations, employers, individuals, executives, rank and file employees.;
  • Bradford N. Dewan, J.D., MBA, is a tax, corporate and estate planning attorney. Mr. Dewan has focused his thirty years of practice on tax planning for both individuals their related business entities. Mr. Dewan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in Economics from Harvard University, a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from the University of California at Berkeley and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  • Vikki Kuick, MBA, is an engineer, MBA in finance, and a California Realtor. She is currently the Vice President and CFO of Laturno Kuick Realty in San Diego, where she acts as a real estate investor and short sale specialist.

1.75 CA, WA (Activity ID 294170)

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