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The Hallmark Abstract Sentinel is written for the purpose of keeping our clients and subscribers current on any issues that may have the potential to impact the real estate, mortgage or title insurance markets. Examples of these issues include the current foreclosure crisis and the potential that foreclosures already completed could be overturned due to a variety of legal issues.

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2008 

      Brought to you by Commercial Capital Alliance/Exeter Commercial LLC Commercial mortgage lender, broker and trainer since 1990     The Commercial Mortgage/Real Estate Hotline:   Training and Education, Market Trends and Commentary   ↑ Grab this Headline Animator   CommercialCapitalAlliance1 ...
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  Commercial Capital Alliance/Exeter Commercial LLC Commercial mortgage lender, broker and trainer since 1990    When the time is right, will You Be Ready To Pounce On Commercial Real Estate For You Or For A Client?  Do you know how the commercial mortgage market works?    Take the 30 seconds tha...
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Reprinted from The Commercial Mortgage/Real Estate Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com . Monday, August 25, 2008 What Does It Take To Succeed In The Mortgage Business (Or Any Business)?   As promised when I started this blog, not everything will be about mortgage training, bu...
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To find out visit The Commercial Mortgage/Real Estate Hotline at http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.com .If you like what you read sign-up for email notification whenever a new topic is discussed. Michael Haltman, PresidentCommercial Capital Alliance/Exeter Commercial LLC131 Jericho Turnpi...
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Visit The Commercial Capital Mortgage/Real Estate Blog and get the training, trends and commentary you need to be successful in the commercial market.   As part of our effort to provide ongoing training and information on the commercial mortgage market, we would like to invite you to visit our bl...
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Visit the Commercial Mortgage Hotline and read today's topic which is:Capitalization Rates If you like what you see, join us so that you will be notified whenever a new topic is posted.Go to http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.comMichael Haltman, PresidentCommercial Capital Alliance/Exeter ...
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Visit the Commercial Mortgage Hotline and read today's topic which is:A Commercial Mortgage Prospecting PeptalkIf you like what you see, join us so that you will be notified whenever a new topic is posted.Go to http://commercialmortgagehotline.blogspot.comMichael Haltman, PresidentCommercial Capi...
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Please visit us at our new blog that has been created to educate those that have an interest in learning about the commercial mortgage and real estate markets, as well as for providing commentary and thoughts on important industry events and trends. Our blog address is http://commercialmortgageho...
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We have created a blog which will allow us to talk about the commercial mortgage and real estate markets and any developments that come up that will affect investors, lenders, mortgage brokers or real estate brokers in one way or the other.  This includes trends, financing developments within the...
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The Hallmark Abstract Sentinel is written for the purpose of keeping our clients and subscribers current on any issues that may have the potential to impact the real estate, mortgage or title insurance markets. Examples of these issues include the current foreclosure crisis and the potential that foreclosures already completed could be overturned due to a variety of legal issues.