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Those who implicitly trust in the legal system will get screwed by it!

(OP-ED) — 

The author of this post is an author and consultant to attorneys (and a paralegal) on real property matters and his comments (especially in this post) are of his own opinion and not that of others in the legal system.  Those who wish to obtain legal advice must ferret out competent legal counsel and retain them while monitoring the activity of those representing them in the maze of confusion we call “the American legal system”.  This is his humble opinion and not legal advice. 

I am constantly getting letters and emails from people who are “getting nowhere” using the services of attorneys.  They’re either being overcharged or under serviced, sometimes both.  What’s “fair” (a liberal term) in the “legal system” (conservative in nature, for the most part) will not be achieved a majority of the time. Many litigants (or wannabe litigants) attempt a feeble shot at going pro se, which can spell doom if you later decide to retain counsel after you’ve already screwed things up.

The legal system is rigged to benefit those who can afford to play in it.  I don’t care what any attorney tells you, if you don’t have money to pay them, what justice is “served” becomes limited in nature.  I have only found a handful of attorneys that I would consider to be “competent” to handle real property law matters and I’ve been researching this area of law for over 10 years.  That doesn’t make me an expert either.  I actually have an attorney who IS an expert witness in real property matters that many attorneys who are litigating foreclosure cases will NOT call to the stand to testify because it “might upset the judge” which they have to appear before regularly.  So the client loses his foreclosure case.  This happened last month in a courtroom in Tallahassee, Florida.  The attorney for the homeowner clearly had the bank and its witness in a vice, then opted NOT to “close the door” using his own witness to “slam the bank’s lawyers” for bringing false and misrepresentative statements on the Court.  This is what happens when attorneys DON’T DO A THOROUGH JOB because they lack the smarts, the sensitivity or at least, common sense, as to HOW TO “tighten the noose”.  Remember, most winning cases have to be appealed. Cases which have implications of criminal behavior by opposing counsel may never see an appellate court (but may rather be settled out of court, many times to the benefit of the homeowner) … or even the light of day, if they are litigated properly.

In other cases, clients are paying attorneys a monthly fee (in addition to a hefty retainer) and not getting proper billing statements as to WHAT work is being done and HOW many hours it took to accomplish said work.  Some attorneys take fees specifically to conduct depositions and then don’t take them (for whatever reason).  Whenever the client asks the attorney to supply them with a statement on account, the attorney rebukes them, makes them feel like a debtor in a debt collection action, or strong-arms them in a legal stranglehold of the attorney’s own making.  Justice benefits those who work in the “system”.  If an attorney is holding you “hostage”, you may wish to consider replacing them.

It’s no wonder I’m seeing an uptick in pro se litigation.  It’s no wonder I’m seeing more and more pro se litigants lose.  Pro se litigants generally did NOT go to law school.  They don’t trust attorneys … but they’ve never argued a case.  They are like electricity (they want to take the path of least resistance).  As long as there are banks out there trying to steal peoples’ properties, the American legal system will be afflicted with burgeoning dockets and implicit behaviors, both from the bench and the attorneys’ tables. Pro se litigants wandering into these venues uninformed are more than likely going to get crucified.

The American judiciary (both state and federal) have various “agendas”.  I have found that you have to research the judge you’re appearing in front of (what cases they’ve ruled on; how many were appealed and reversed; are they pro-bank, etc.).  You will never know whether you or your attorney “coulda, shoulda, woulda” been able to have succeeded unless you know who the referee is.  If the referee pays monthly on his mortgage, you can bet they’ll want you to do the same.  You then have to be able to handle “agenda questions” like:

(1.) When’s the last time you made a house payment? and

(2.) Are you in default?

When you hear questions like this from the bench, the judge’s agenda is: “This is my courtroom and I will find facts to determine WHO loses their home today!”  Most if not all pro se litigants will blindly think that the judge is entitled to these answers and will freely give them, not realizing that the judge’s agenda is to “clear his docket” as quickly as possible and/or is pro-bank.  The judge will get YOU to admit to these questions so he can “close the door” on you and move onto the next case.

I have read numerous cases where the court record indicates that the homeowner admitted they were in default.  What horseshit is that?  HOW do they know they’re in default?   Is it up to them to prove they’re in default or is it up to the bank to prove they are in default?  If a REMIC is involved, I’ve seen court records (and talked to attorneys who have seen court records) wherein the BANK’S SERVICER actually made the payments for the homeowner when the homeowner couldn’t make them, so then, WHEN and WHO made the house payment becomes an issue that most homeowners (pro se) and their attorneys (who aren’t in the know because they don’t have, or take, the time to do their research) miss that argument altogether.  Did you get that?  THE SERVICER MADE THE PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENTS FOR THE HOMEOWNER, then went into court and lied to the judge and told the judge the homeowner was in default, when in fact, the REMIC’s investors were getting paid every month!

Cases are won and lost based on a series of arguments, misstatements and missteps.   If the judge in your case is largely moved to rule against you based on emotional ploys by the bank’s attorneys (use of the term “deadbeat”; “They’ve lived in this house for 10 years without making a payment your Honor and we want our house back now.” … that sort of thing), then you are sunk before you walk in to their courtroom.  It helps to attend trials in their courts if at all possible (some judges don’t allow anyone but the actual litigants on the docket to appear in their courtroom for a reason) to see how they act and react to the various arguments.  Conversely, if you don’t do your homework (or your attorney doesn’t do his), you’ll lose anyway.  This is why over 95% of all homeowners who are facing foreclosure RUN AWAY!  This is why we have so much shadow inventory.

Not all attorneys are competent and honest. If it’s your house we’re talking about here, then the question becomes, “What are you willing to do to protect it from unscrupulous or unlearned attorneys?”  If an attorney that was representing me called me “out of the blue” and said I needed to send him $5,ooo right away, I’d ask them what the money would be used for.  If I didn’t get what I paid for, I’d demand the money back or get another attorney.  Attorneys should provide billing statements to their clients; however, most sole practitioners have no time for that, which is the “downside” to retaining them.  I would not want an attorney who only specializes in personal injury cases to represent me in a foreclosure matter because they haven’t won any cases in those kinds of forums; it isn’t their specialty; and they lack the knowledge to be able to defend against unscrupulous bank attorneys in those “shark-infested waters”. That’s like hiring a dentist to do brain surgery on your next of kin.

I am not an attorney referral service.  Most states require you to be licensed to have an attorney referral service.  Most people do not ask an attorney how many cases they’ve won in a particular area.  I can recite the names of attorneys who have won quiet title actions; however, when you then dissect how many were tax deed cases versus the harder-to-accomplish quasi in rem foreclosure cases, the number of successful attorneys diminishes ten-fold (at least what we know from the court record).  You have to vet the attorney to make sure you’re getting what you pay for. You have to discuss with them how many cases they’ve won based on what causes of action.

Many cases don’t make the court record (by design).  We already have learned this through other honest attorneys’ publications, where they have challenged certain legal publications’ decisions to only put in cases that favor the banks and not pro se homeowners (or in the alternative) or the more competent attorneys’ wins.  This is another unwritten fallacy of American jurisprudence.  As a result of closed-door settlements and sealed pay-offs, most homeowners do not know WHO won the foreclosure cases and why (because they were deliberately hidden from public view).  A classic example is that of Bank of America trying to get a federal bankruptcy judge to “delete” the massive case against them, which the judge refused to do Sundqvist-Memo-Opinion and rightfully so.  Here, we have an honest judge that wants to do the right thing by not just the homeowner, but also the public at large.

Pro se litigants not only miss filing deadlines … but when it comes to pleading cases, they don’t know how to plead cases.  Take for example one appellate decision out of Texas:  In this particular instance, the author of the pleading (the homeowner) decided to make use of quotes out of my book Clouded Titles, which is a book, not a legal primer in which to quote diatribe to bolster your legal arguments:

Brown v BANA_Tex 5th App Dist No 05-12-01382-CV (Nov 25, 2013)

It does not bother me that the Texas 5th Appellate District knows who I am, but the fact the homeowner extensively quoted my research (as shown on Page 4 of the ruling) even stymies me.  What’s worse, the term “robosigning” has more of an emotional connotation to it, sort of related to fraud claims, which have also fallen on deaf ears in the courts, as in the Texas case of Reinagle v. Deutche Bank National Trust CompanyReinagle v Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co, 5th App Cir No 12-50569 (Jul 11, 2013)

I put this stuff in here to show you the following:

(1.) Homeowners get so bent out of shape that they use stuff in their pleadings that they shouldn’t;

(2.) They do not attack the sufficiency (or the lack there0f) of the other side’s pleadings;

(3.) They express their complaints using meaningless allegations, rather than defeat the other side’s attempts in making unfounded declarations without objection; and

(4.) They quote from my book, which is like letting stuff out of your research arsenal that is meaningless to the Court.

To prove a suspect robosigning issue, one would have to take depositions of everyone involved in the creation and execution of the document to see who ordered it; who acknowledged it; who typed it up; where it went to after it was recorded; what powers of attorney are connected to it, etc.  Taking timely depositions in a court case is vital to its success.  Generally, I’m seeing civil conspiracies pop up as the result of document manufacturing; however, failing to depose all of the involved parties will prove fatal in knocking out an Assignment of Mortgage or Deed of Trust from the land records in a Cancellation & Expungement action (C&E).   We managed to succeed in a Tampa, Florida case in getting a Release of Mortgage cancelled and expunged from the land records. Now the end game claimant has more hurdles to jump over in attempting foreclosure.

The bottom line here … knowledge may be power … but not having the wisdom to use it may cost you more than it’s worth.

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NWTS IS CLOSING ITS DOORS; SHIFTS ITS FORECLOSURE CASES TO OTHER TRUSTEE MILLS

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — 

Boo, Frickety Hoo! 

Why is everybody in the foreclosure mill and related industries pining over the announcement by several news outlets that Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. (“NWTS”) in Bellevue, Washington is closing its doors?

I for one am glad to see them “out of here”, given the fact of NWTS’s propensity to allegedly foreclose on U.S. servicemen and women while they’re on active duty, in violation of federal law.  The closure announcement comes in the wake of the Justice Department’s lawsuit against the foreclosure mill trustee of violating the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (see the lawsuit HERE: US v NWTS, US W.D. Wash No 2-17-cv-01686 (Nov 9, 2017)

I have been aware of RCO’s bastard brainchild phasing out of its trustee service operations for some time now; however, NWTS has spun off its business to other foreclosure mill concerns like Quality Loan Service Corp, who has previously admitted in writing to screwing up paperwork related to non-judicial foreclosure actions. I do not make that accusation lightly.  For those who need proof of my allegations, see HERE: QLS Letter to Washington Attorney   If this doesn’t piss you off, nothing will.  It further proves that the “right hand still does not know what the left hand is doing” and that trustees, and I mean ALL trustees, cannot be trusted.

I maintain that all of the non-judicial foreclosure mills have been participating in the foregoing kind of scheme, especially involving recorded documents which they themselves caused (in one way, shape or form) to be manufactured for the purposes of standing to foreclose, because: (a.) they all know it’s a numbers game in the number of challenges they might face by homeowners who lack the funds to fight; (b.) they all know that a majority of the homeowners will capitulate and run away from the entire process without a fight at all, allowing them unfettered access to what amounts to “legalized theft”; and (c.) with RCO buying up area newspapers to reduce costs of foreclosure, it’s still making money whether NWTS is operating or not because of the shifting of cases to other concerns.

If you find yourself now facing another concern attempting to non-judicially foreclose on you, claiming to have taken NWTS’s place in the que, check the following in your local land records:

  1. Was there a recorded SUBSTITUTION OF TRUSTEE by the Lender?   According to the Deed of Trust (generally at Paragraph 24), ONLY the Lender is allowed to substitute the Trustee, NOT the servicer and NOT the previous Trustee!  The land records must reflect a valid SUBSTITUTION OF TRUSTEE … BEFORE … and not AFTER … the commencement of a foreclosure sale proceeding.
  2. Did you receive a NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND TRUSTEE’S SALE from NWTS in the past?  In order for a future sale to occur through another Trustee source, you have to have received such a notice, which must be recorded in the land records AFTER the SUBSTITUTION OF TRUSTEE was legitimately filed by the Lender.   If you don’t see that chronological sequence, you have suspect issues in the chain of title to potentially challenge the illegality of the attempted foreclosure sale.
  3. Was there a previous chain of title issue with the substitution involving NWTS?  Many folks stop looking backward, when the real damning evidence is already of record. Look to see who SUBSTITUTED NWTS as the Trustee and examine the chain of title involving alleged Assignments of Deeds of Trust.  If you happen to find an Assignment that merely conveys the Deed of Trust and NOT THE NOTE, for the sake of conducting a non-judicial foreclosure sale, you may have issues with 15 USC §§ 1641(f)(g), for violations of the federal Consumer Protection Act, as well as the Washington Consumer Protection Act (or any related state consumer protection act, for that matter).

This isn’t legal advice folks. This is just plain common sense, based on research.  Legal challenges happen in all sorts of ways.  Responsible American homeowners will fight these monsters.  Even though NWTS is closing its doors, it still has to “face the music” regarding the aforementioned federal lawsuit.  The misbehaviors of NWTS are not isolated incidents. In fact, these misdeeds are common to all trustees!

For those in judicial foreclosure states reading this article, understand how lucky you have it that you have “your day in court”, because in non-judicial foreclosure states, all foreclosures are deemed to be legal unless otherwise challenged in a court of law or of equity.  Otherwise, you don’t get the privilege of fighting the monster.  If the banks had their way, ALL foreclosures would be non-judicial.  It’s the proverbial draining of American homeownership, turning the U.S. into a nation of renters or even worse.  Homelessness is up a point this year (over 554,000 people are living on the streets) according to hud.gov: Housing and Urban Development: Homelessness Data Exchange   Don’t become one of them!

Sadly, just because NWTS is folding doesn’t mean another foreclosure mill trustee service won’t surface in the future that’s funded by principals of the RCO law firm or some other scumbag law firm looking to make a dishonest buck.

Most of my research has shown that according to most laws and rules, Trustees involved in foreclosure sales are supposed to maintain neutrality.  However, we know that’s really NOT the case, right?

On another note, I further would wonder why I still haven’t received a refund from the Washington State Bar Association of my $50 Application Fee for neglecting to respond to my application (not even a denial letter) to have the WSBA sanction my conducting a Continuing Legal Education class for attorneys in Washington State on quiet title actions and other end game strategies.  You can see HOW the WSBA contributes to the power base of the banking industry in Washington State, right?  The crooks roost in all quarters folks!  How many legislators can you name that the banks and their lobbyists have bribed to pass legislation (favoring the banks) recently?  And you still want to borrow money from those banks?

Coming up on Clouded Titles Blog … 

There’s more than one way to skin a REMIC!  Dialing up the pure intellectual masturbation!

Arguments for getting past the typical bank attorney statement that “the Borrower isn’t a party to the Assignment”!

Two easy ways to take the bank’s attorney “out of the driver’s seat”!

… and other more interesting stuff!

Say NO! to MERS mortgages!

Borrower only from banks that portfolio their loans!

(like Fort Sill National Bank)

That was not an endorsement … just an example!

Get back to the old ways of banking!

Support public banking!

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DESPERATE TIMES MAY CALL FOR DESPERATE MEASURES

OP-ED (UPDATE)

The author of this post is a paralegal and consultant to attorneys in real property and foreclosure matters. Any information or suggestions proffered on this blog are not to be construed as legal advice, nor to they impliedly guarantee any legal outcome or attempt to draw any conclusions of law.  

This Friday night’s radio show on WKDW-FM (97.5 mHz) in North Port, Florida (streaming live on kdwradio.com), November 2nd, 6:00 p.m. EDT, promises to be one of the most informative programs you will hear me broadcast to date on my weekly City Spotlight – Special Edition segments.  It talks about what to do in the face of despair in buying a home after you’ve suffered through financial setbacks and foreclosures.  All of you blog post readers get to have a sneak peek at some of what I’ll be discussing on the show:

After I get done talking about all of the attorney and judicial misconduct, I’m going to cover the following …

Okay, so your credit is screwed up, now what?

First, I will be discussing the setbacks (foreclosures, short sales, deeds in lieu and credit restoration) that a large number of homeowners have faced or are facing.  There are several avenues you can take to correct these setbacks; however, like anything else, they take time … time you might not have.

Fair Credit Reporting Act lawsuits are on the rise!

Hear all of the latest statistics over the past year to date and why! I’ll even cover part of your attack plan …

The Nuclear Option

Many homeowners have opted to take the bankruptcy route.  Not to forget those who thought it was a humiliating experience, you should learn from our Commander-in-Chief, who has companies that have filed bankruptcy on numerous occasions to restructure themselves and are still operating!   I’ll discuss bankruptcy pros and cons (the way the banks think) in some detail, including Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings and how they can work to your benefit … without you even being at risk of having your credit rating tainted or having to come up with gobs of money to play the game!  

Getting back on your feet … 

You would think that many homeowners would have learned through their dilemma how NOT to make the same mistake again.  Surprisingly, many homeowners keep repeating the same mistakes again and again, out of desperation.  I’ll be discussing what the industry considers your opportunity for a “bounce back” … for which I’m providing you with a chart:

Those of you listening to the show can follow along on this chart as I explain it in detail. 

Alternative methods for gaining control of your life … 

Are you suffering from the “Titanic Syndrome”?   Rather than struggle, why not look at your options.  I’ll discuss those “alternative” scenarios in a little more detail on the show!

Sorry … you’ll have to tune in to get the rest of the info, because no one likes reading huge blog posts (apparently).  Click on the above internet link and then click LISTEN LIVE!

This coming Friday night at 6:00 p.m. … join me for City Spotlight – Special Edition (as I always do every Friday night) with guest R. J. Malloy, retired attorney and former clerk to a U.S. District Court judge!  The stuff you’ll hear on this show you won’t hear anywhere else.

Know that on November 2, 2017 … not only is it mass education … I am going to rip the banking industry (and the ever-complicit Big Brother … you know who, the system that’s complicit with the banks!) a new asshole on City Spotlight – Special Edition!

Click the button below for more details!

 

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END GAME STRATEGIES WORKSHOP REMINDER!

IMPORTANT REMINDER!

Many of our blog post readers have not yet made plans to sign up to attend the one and only Biloxi event, entitled “END GAME STRATEGIES” (workshop).  This is a reminder that this is the ONLY live event that Al West and I are going to do this year.  Past this year, I cannot guarantee that Mr. West will be willing to do any other events past this one!

The event was posted earlier on this blog site: https://cloudedtitlesblog.com/2017/05/09/two-day-end-game-strategy-workshop-coming-to-biloxi/

There is a link on that post to sign up to attend, which is being provided again here:

https://vip.infusionsoft.com/saleform/nathnifot

I cannot help but advise that anyone that is in need of a “lifeline” to save their home needs to attend this workshop!

There is also a link on the foregoing site, where if you have attended a previous COTA or Quiet Title Workshop, you will get a discount to attend this event.  If you have not attended a previous event that DK Consultants LLC has hosted, then you would have to pay full retail to attend because the event is being sponsored by Lou Brown’s investor group, Streetsmart!

Now, ask yourself why investors are attending this workshop.

Because they want to learn how to shut down the banks at their own game!   When an investor can either “buy time” or shut down the banks “with a win”, it puts a solid paycheck in their pocket!

In this post, I have included WHAT you’re going to learn in this workshop!

END GAME STRATEGIES WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

We have new strategies to share that are being used to stop the banks dead in their own tracks! 

If you have a pending foreclosure looming in your “present day”, you need to consider investing in your future.

You cannot stay in your “present day”, facing a foreclosure, without an End Game Strategy.   Anyone who does not have a “plan” or a “strategy”, loses.  I hate it when homeowners get tossed out of their homes, many of them with loads of equity, for whatever reason.

I have set my mission to assist homeowners in their fight, but every mission executed comes with a price … time!

Time is money! 

For those of you facing this harsh reality, it is more than a wake-up call because you face displacement from the American Dream.  I realize that this was never your intention.  In an uncertain economy and with Congress all wrapped up in the bipartisan fight over deregulation, another housing bubble looms over America … again.

Every time one of these bubbles burst, people lose jobs, resulting in loss of income, resulting in more foreclosures because people can’t make their mortgage payments.  Most Americans do not realize that this entire plot against them was by design.  That design plan started in the early 90’s and has resulted in an aftermath that I may write another book about.  Even Thomas Jefferson warned us about what the central banks could do to this country, but many of us succumbed to indoctrinated impulses and “took the bait”, not knowing that on the other end, both foreign and domestic “investors” were actually funding the purchase of our homes.

Sadly, most homeowners do NOT fully understand securitization, which is why readers of this post need to be fully aware, to be able to educate them and show them where they need to focus their efforts.  People who have attended my workshops in the past are actively helping homeowners and making a difference in their lives.

Whatever you invest in attending in this workshop, the use of the knowledge will come back to you tenfold.

We do not want to “leave you hanging”.  We are attempting to set up a webinar with Lou Brown, the host of this event, this coming Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. EDT.  If you are riding the fence on whether or not you want to attend this event, you need to get onto this webinar.  It’s FREE to get on the webinar … what do you have to lose? …

… besides your home!

STAY TUNED FOR MORE DETAILS! 

 

 

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TWO-DAY “END GAME” STRATEGY WORKSHOP COMING TO BILOXI!!!!

BREAKING NEWS — UPDATE:

Clouded Titles author Dave Krieger and Quiet Title Attorney Al West will be lecturing at a 2-day workshop in Biloxi, Mississippi in July … the only workshop being held in 2017 … called END-GAME STRATEGIES!

This workshop is keyed towards investors (as it is being hosted by Lou Brown’s “StreetSmart” program); however, the readers of this blog have been extended an invitation to attend, whether you are a distressed homeowner, an attorney who wants some new ammunition in foreclosure defense and quiet title actions or simply interested in learning new strategies to hang the banks out to dry at their own game!  This is the consumer litigation workshop you do NOT want to miss!

The two-day workshop is being held at the Treasure Bay Casino & Hotel (1980 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, MS, 39531; (228) 385-6000) on Thursday and Friday, July 13th and 14th, 2017 and features Clouded Titles author Dave Krieger and Quiet Title attorney Al West (who has beaten REMICs in court)!  Mention you’re with the StreetSmart group for the group rate! 

Here’s what you’ll get when you attend this event as a guest of Lou Brown’s StreetSmart program:

Every attendee to the workshop will be provided with a copy of the 512-page  The Quiet Title War Manual, which contains some of the strategies talked about in the workshop, PLUS, an Investor End Game Strategy Workbook, containing about 400 pages of dynamite “end game strategy” material including 16 end game-specific working documents, never before offered in any previous workshops taught by DK Consultants LLC!  Come get your head cleared in the fun and the sun and excitement and get ready for two days of jam-packed educational instruction, accompanied by an “End Game Strategies Training Disc”, enclosed with every workbook provided!

Here’s more of what you’ll learn in this two-day educational workshop … 

  • How to unhinge the foreclosing bank’s first lien position!
  • How to properly use an LLC to monetize your rental property!
  • How to cancel and expunge recorded documents that are interfering in your property’s chain of title!
  • How to effectively utilize quiet title actions, even when facing foreclosure!
  • How to fight the bank, post-sale, after the servicer has stolen your property!
  • How to make bankruptcy your friend and ally rather than have it ruin your life for the next 10 years!
  • How to effectively clean up your credit, post-anything  … and so much more!

You will also learn HOW the mortgage loan servicers are screwing over American families and HOW they pocket ALL the money after they’ve stolen your home and sold it!   

The closest airport is Gulfport, MS (GPT) and airfares are very reasonable to get to this vacation destination!  You will have to take a taxi cab to the hotel (11 miles away) from the airport, as Uber is banned from pickup at the airport.

Again, the Clouded Titles Blog readers are invited to attend as a courtesy of Lou Brown’s investor group.  All you need to do is reserve your room and airfare and get to Biloxi and be ready to roll on July 13th and 14th!   In order to attend, please email your interest in attending (to get more information) by CLICKING HERE!   You will be paying Lou Brown’s group to attend this workshop!  When you email us for more information, we will provide you with a syllabus and the contact information to reserve your seat in this spectacular event!   This is the ONLY event we will be doing in 2017!   You have roughly 45 days to figure out HOW you’re going to get here! 

As a side note, I have been asked whether this program will be offered for sale AFTER the workshop.  The Answer is YES!

Lou Brown has a full camera crew at the workshop.  He video tapes everything and will generally release a 10-DVD video set.  This is what he did for the Chain of Title Assessment Workshop in Atlanta that I taught last year.  For those who cannot attend, you can also participate in streaming video through a feed directly from the workshop.  The END GAME STRATEGIES Workshop will be available on DVD about 30-45 days AFTER the program appears in July (13th and 14th) of 2017.  However, the advantages in attending far outweigh the disadvantages of NOT because you get to ask questions and strategize live, rather than just watching 10 DVD’s and reading through roughly a 400-page workbook. As I  stated previously, this is the only workshop that Al West and I are teaching this year.  This is the time to act, especially if you are either a serious investor or have issues with your chain of title or foreclosure issues looming.  The price of the DVD set is the same as attending the live event. Because it is offered through Lou Brown’s investor group, there will be no discounts, which is why I am recommending you attending the workshop and get your questions answered.

 

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