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2011 

Schedule D – is the final section of the title insurance policy, and is sometimes referred to as the disclosure schedule. It contains the required disclosures of the officers of the Title Insurance Company, the premiums that are going to be charged and who the beneficiaries of the premiums will b...
04/30/2011
Jimmy's Food Store will be hosting a free wine tasting on Friday, April 29th from 5:00 to 7:00 The theme is softer and lighter red wines for the summertime.of this FREE Tasting this Friday. They will be featuring 10 reds Merlot, Pinot Noir, Barbera, Valpolicella and Nero D'Avola.  The top wine re...
04/28/2011
Schedule C of the title commitment contains any items which must be resolved before the seller can transfer title to the buyer.   Items commonly found in schedule C include existing liens (current mortgage), judgments,  tax liens, Mechanic's and material man liens, marital status issues, the gran...
04/27/2011
Champions School of Real Estate, Coppell will be offering a two hour free MCE class "Six Steps to Transforming an Educated Customer into a Loyal Client" A signed buyer's representative agreement is so important to properly represent a buyer. Topics to be covered include: An educated client is an ...
04/26/2011
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BBQ rub can be quite expensive. This is a great home made version that is very good and cost effective. If you wish you can easily cut this in half.  1 cup brown sugar ½ cup salt ½ cup celery salt ½ cut paprika ¼ cup garlic powder ½ cup black pepper 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper Thoroughly mix with ...
04/25/2011
I will be teaching Marketing 1 on Saturday April 30th and Sunday May 1st at Champions School of Real Estate in Plano. This is a great elective for those about to complete their education requirements or those who need to complete their Salesman Annual Education. The information we will cover cons...
04/25/2011
Schedule B - of the title commitment contains encumbrances and exceptions.  When other parties have an interest or control the way the property is used will be listed here.  The most common item would be utility easements, building line easements, deed restrictions, liens, and any reservation imp...
04/25/2011
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Is it proper to wish someone a Happy Easter; however we can not wish them a Merry Christmas?
04/24/2011
I need to give another shot out to Active Rain member John Cannata.  Check him out:  http://activerain.com/jcannata John so graciously agreed to make a presentation at a Finance class I have the privilege to teach this week.  John is a excellent presenter and did a fantastic job of talking about ...
04/21/2011
As a licensee you should not give your opinion as to the validity of title; however you should review the title commitment, and advise your client to speak to the title company or a real estate attorney if there are any items of concern.   You should review the commitment and be familiar with the...
04/21/2011
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