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So while I was online, and I was just reading some of your emails, and a friend of mine sent me this link…
The link is of a myspace page, that myspace started. For Anyone that wants to Volunteer and help the less fortunate, there are many things you can do.
You could work at a hospital, Shelter, help out in fashion Shows, Theres loads of things you could do – over 100 things….
Volunteer from 1 hour to as long 4 hours per day….You don’t have to do this everyday either. You can set it up to help out only when you want to….
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The downturn in the housing market appears to have driven two New York homeowners to desperate, illegal measures when their house went unsold.
Police say the Westchester County couple, both mortgage brokers, turned their home into a brothel.
Robert Werner, 34, and Heather Mazzenga, 32, were arrested at the three-bedroom home Friday night and were charged with promoting prostitution. Four women, ranging in age from 21 to 30, are charged with misdemeanor counts of prostitution and practicing massage without a license.
All six are free on bail.
New Rochelle Police Lieutenant George Rosenbergen would not say how police learned of the alleged operation.
The house, they say, had been turned into a brothel complete with a red ribbon placed out by the sidewalk to indicate they were open for business.
Werner and Mazzenga moved out of the house roughly two years ago so they could begin renovating a home on Mountain Road in Pleasantville.
New Rochelle neighbors told CBS Station WCBS the house had originally been listed for $750,000 but didn’t sell even after the price had been dropped to $600,000. The house was rented to families who came and left, and then fell into neglect until new neighbors arrived about two weeks ago.
The lawn was mowed. Heavy windowshades were put up.
A neighbor, David Saperstein, told WCBS correspondent Lou Young that he never saw the new neighbors. “But at night there’s five, six, seven cars there,” he said.
Natalie Nanzo told Young she’d even considered buying the house when it was first put on the market. She couldn’t get over talk that the North Avenue home was allegedly a house of ill-repute.
“I’m in shock,” Nanzo said, “because these people were business people. I can’t believe they would be involved in prostitution.”
The alleged brothel sits across the street from a museum dedicated to Thomas Paine, the author of 1776 pamphlet “Common Sense,” that helped rouse the nation to war.
It’s the second alleged sex-for-sale bust in a premiere Westchester neighborhood this year. In February, Bedford police accused dominatrix Sandra Chemero of running a prostitution business out of her home – which she rented from a local yeshiva.
Finding a home in the pre-foreclosure process provides you with the best opportunity for profits in real estate investing. When you invest in pre-foreclosures, you can usually negotiate directly with the owner, who is motivated to sell for a bargain price. The best option is to find foreclosure properties before they go to public auction.
Finding pre-foreclosures is not difficult, but it does take action on your part. One fact working in your favor is that mortgage lenders are usually required by law to give public notice of default. Public notices are typically filed at the county courthouse and, in most cases, are published in the local newspaper.
Public notices of default provide an excellent starting point in your search for pre-foreclosures. You can find most of the information you need, including the lender’s name, the homeowner’s name, the amount owed and the interest rate. However, most public notices only have a legal description of the property and do not include a street address.
Starting with the information you have from the public notice, you can find the information you need at the county tax assessor’s office. County tax rolls are public information and anyone is allowed to review them. Take the homeowner’s name from the public notice and find it on the tax roll. Once you find their name, you can match up the property description with a street address.
Foreclosure services that provide you with a list of pre-foreclosure properties can be hired for a monthly fee. Some counties are making their foreclosure information available on the Internet.
In addition to the public legal notices, you may find leads to pre-foreclosures in the real estate ads. Look for advertisements that suggest a very motivated or even desperate seller. When you call for more information, you may find that foreclosure is imminent.
Finding and making an offer for federal foreclosures (FHA and VA loans) is more difficult but may be more profitable in the end. You’ll need to build a business relationship with a federally approved real estate broker.
Another excellent way to find pre-foreclosures is to place some classified ads of your own. Your ads should be clear and direct, with the word “foreclosure” featured prominently. Individuals who are looking for a way out of the foreclosure process will welcome the chance to consider your offer.
Investing in pre-foreclosures will give you the highest profit potential with the most financing options. All the information you need to get started is printed in the paper every day.
Successful foreclosure investing requires more than simply locating properties and contacting the owners. In most cases, you’re going to need a plan for consistent follow-up.
Remember, foreclosure investing requires a particular response from the property owner. Namely, you want to negotiate a deal that gives you control of the property at an attractive price, while at the same time helping the owner avoid full foreclosure proceedings. Putting together a deal that meets these specifications will take more than one contact with the owner.
To begin with, the owner is under a lot of stress as they face the prospects of foreclosure. There’s a good chance that the foreclosure has come about as a consequence of poor financial management or wrong financial decisions. This may make the owner reluctant to make any more decisions about money, even if it appears to be in their favor.
Foreclosures are often only part of the owner’s overall financial situation. They may be enduring numerous calls and letters from creditors and collection agencies. Your initial contact with the owner could easily get lost in the flood of communications the owner is trying to deal with (or ignore).
Even if your contact does rise above the roar, the owner may view your offer with suspicion. Any offer to help at this point in their situation will seem too good to be true, so they may fear a scam of some sort. Your only alternative in foreclosure investing is to be persistent. You should have no expectation of a quick response from the homeowner. You will need to plan for repeated contact attempts.
The secret to successfully getting the owner’s attention is lots of regular, consistent contact. In fact, you need to plan to correspond with the owner every other day, and you need to keep it up until the scheduled public auction. That’s a lot of contact, even if you’re only working on one property. If you are tracking more foreclosure investing opportunities, that will multiply the number of follow-ups you need to track. You’re going to need some sort of system for keeping up with each contact and where each property is in the stage of the foreclosure process.
Foreclosure investing requires regular, consistent follow-up with multiple property owners who may not be interested in what you have to say. Follow-up contact is not an optional activity. Your communication with them must be designed to create the desire within them to avoid foreclosure. If you fail in your efforts to contact the owner, there will be no deal for the property.
This may sound like a great deal of work and it will certainly take organization. But when it comes to foreclosure investing, the fortune IS in the follow-up.