Ilyce Glink Show Notes – July 11, 2010

How To Profit From Foreclosures and Other Real Estate Investments

The ticket window is open for our latest event: How To Profit From Foreclosures and Other Real Estate Investments which will be held on October 2, 2010.


Alpharetta Marriott on Windward Parkway or the Renaissance Waverly. Leave your preference below and don’t forget to buy your tickets!

The EARLY BIRD ticket price is now available – but it won’t be here for long. Right now, you can buy a ticket at the early bird price of $35. There are no discounts. This is the least expensive price you’ll pay for a ticket to this event. After the early bird window closes, the price for these tickets will go up.

Wondering if it’s worthwhile to attend the event? Wondering if you’ll get your money’s worth. Here’s what past attendees say about ThinkGlink/RealWorldSeminars events.

Here’s the current schedule of events:

8a Registration
9a Welcome from Ilyce Glink
9:15a Session I – Success Stories

Real estate investor and bestselling author Andy Heller presents his lease/option strategy for real estate investing success

10a to 10:15a Break – Visit with our Sponsors and Speakers

10:15a Session II – How to buy foreclosed commercial real estate

Our panelists walk you through how to find, value and negotiate for office buildings, strip centers, warehouses and other commercial real estate properties.

11:30a Session III – Hot Vacation Home Investments

12:30p to 1:30 Lunch Break and Keynote: What’s New in HUD Homes?

Eat while you listen to PEMCO spokesperson Shannon Judd as she walks us through what’s new in HUD home sales.

(Food available for purchase at the hotel. Judd’s talk will start at approx. 1p)

1:45p to 2:30 Session IV – Financing Your Real Estate Investment

Mike Rose, of Wells Fargo, joins other top lenders to guide you through the New World of financing your investment real estate

2:30 to 3:15 Session V – Tax and Legal Consequences of Investing in Real Estate

Bring your questions, as our tax experts and real estate lawyers face share what you need to know and the latest legislative changes


What’s going on with the stock market? Top financial planners provide you with their insights into today’s equities markets and what you can do to protect yourself.

(schedule subject to change)

How to Find a Great Attorney Every Time

We had a number of calls to the showing inquiring about how to create an estate plan, find the right attorney, etc. (This was really a show about annuities and estates!)

Finding a great attorney isn’t tough. Simply call your local bar association and ask for the person who heads up the committee. For example, if you’re interested in finding a great estate attorney, ask for the head of the “estate committee.” If you want a litigator, ask for the head of the “litigation committee.” If you want a real estate attorney …. well, you get the idea.

The people who head up these committees are usually very engaged in the most current information because they’re in charge of setting up events for other lawyers who specialize in that area. So, the head of the real estate committee would arrange for speakers each month on real estate law and other changes that would be of importance to real estate attorneys. They also tend to be very well connected (Bar Associations can be quite political!) and know a lot of other attorneys who specialize in that area of practice.

They’re also used to referring clients to other attorneys. For all these reasons, the head of the committee can help you find the attorney who has the expertise to help you – or who will fit into your budget.

What’s New at the Equifax Personal Finance Blog?

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Annuities: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By Dan Solin

Natural Disaster Insurance Claims: What To Do When A Natural Disaster Strikes By Linda Rey

Debt-to-Equity Ratios Rising: Unless You Get FHA’s $100 Down Payment Incentive, You’ll Need a Bigger Down Payment By Ilyce Glink

Write Off Your Child’s Summer Camp By Eva Rosenberg

Credit Trends: Debt Shrinking in the Face of the Recession By Janet Dedrick