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Cumulative hereby claims the overage funds that resulted from the tax sale of the above referenced properties.
Last year I wrote the following letter to Kitsap County Treasurer Barbara Stephenson, regarding the three successful overage plays we’d put together in her county.
Former AAG Cheryl Kringle has stated, in writing, that this letter is “threatening.”
I’d like to know why. Or, perhaps I’ve got the wrong letter (although this is the only such letter I can think of).
Continue reading “My “Threatening” Letter” »
Are you seriously advising someone in foreclosure to let her property go to auction and hope there's money left on the table once the dust settles?
Rachael owned a house in Kittitas County and last winter the two of us decided to partner up.
My role in the partnership?
Stopping her foreclosure.
Continue reading “The McKenna Overage Enigma” »
Z is where the money is. It’s where our EV is off the charts and our hourly rate is second to none.
I thought today would be a good time to discuss a real estate concept your office is unfamiliar with, EV.
EV is short for “Expected Value” and is most easily understood as your hourly rate.
Don’t worry, it’s so easy to figure out even a chimp could pull it off.
Continue reading “Bobo doin’ it, jungle style” »