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Tandy on Real Estate
Tandy on Real Estate
A Federal Court upheld a jury’s finding that a real estate agent and broker were 85% responsible for a wire fraud that cost their client $196,622.67 (Bain v. Platinum Realty, LLC, Dist. Court, D. Kansas 2018).
Two years running Austin is number one on the nation’s Best Places to Live according to U.S. News and World Report. For those of us who are Austinites and who are working in real estate, we know this to be true.
Austin took the lead again in the magazine’s 2018 edition of its Best Places to Live in the U.S. list, which ranks 125 major metro areas in four categories including desirability, value, job market, quality of life and net migration.
Check out the Top 10 cities.
The domain you are visiting online, may not actually be the website you were thinking it was. According to The Register homograph attacks, although not new, are still an issue in modern-day web-browsing. This may not be on your radar, but it is definitely something to be aware of as we continue to live in our online world. Here is what you need to know about homograph attacks, and how to protect yourself.
We love the idea of public WIFI. It is everywhere. It is free. It is easy to connect to. It is convenient. But, is it too good to be true? According to Harvard Business Journal, “over half of the adults in the U.S. have their personal information exposed to hackers each year.” And, 89% of all cyber attacks involve financial or espionage motives according to Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigation Report.
In the Consumer Housing Trends Report 2016 the Zillow® Group covered the multi-faceted Millennial.
I found the report enlightening, debunking some of the myths about millennials, and uncovering that I may be a Millennial at heart.
Institutions supervised by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) can assist consumers in disaster areas by:
Listed below are excerpts from Rob Chrisman’s http://www.robchrisman.com/ daily blogs from August 22nd to September 7, 2017 regarding FEMA and lender disaster notices for your quick reference. Great advice for lenders, servicers and borrowers for dealing with disaster/flood related issues from Hurricane Harvey.
The IRS has provided tax relief to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Those in Texas who have been affected by the storm have until January 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments. This includes an additional filing extension for taxpayers with valid extensions through October 16, and businesses with extensions through September 15.