Spectrum Enterprises Launch New Website and Mobile App!
After a major overhaul, Spectrum Enterprises launch their brand new website and mobile app! Packed with the latest technology and developed with the user in mind, their Internet home is live and online now. Visit http://www.spectrum-realestate.net
to get plugged in and find your perfect property! Read in Full >>
47,000 (forty-seven thousand) Vacants/Abandoned Homes in Baltimore
Welcome to Sandtown, where there has been no development since 1999. While development occurs downtown, uptown gets left undone. Question: What happened to the money? Read in Full >>
Mortgage Matters ... by Stephen Trye, "The Mortgage Guy"
We dabbled a little in economic theory last week, noting that more inventory produces lower prices and more sales. This week, the opposite occurred: less inventory produced higher prices, but also lead to more sales.
We are speaking of sales of new homes, which jumped 7.3 percent to a higher-than-expected annualized rate of 323,000 units. Strong sales drew down supply to 6.5 months from 7.2 in March. Here's the economics at work: Lower supply is firming prices, with the median price of new homes up 1.6 percent to $217,900. Year-over-year, the median price is up 4.6 percent. Read in Full >>
Forty-seven thousand - 47,000 - vacant or abandoned structures in Baltimore City, 5.29.11
BMORENEWS documents Baltimore City's housing challenges, a result of decades of urban blight and flight since the riots in the 60's. Some experts suggest blacks are increasingly abandoning the inner-city for life in the suburbs. Consequently, a predatory mortgage lending environment ultimately unfolded for many blacks and has led to many, many foreclosures in MD - particularly Baltimore City, NW Baltimore County, and Prince George's County (all areas heavily populated by blacks). Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon attempted to bring light to this issue by launching a lawsuit against Wells Fargo, considered by some as a lead predator. Read in Full >>
TESTIMONIAL: Marcel Umphery Teaches What You Didn't Learn in College
Flop2Flip Wholesale Workshop at Morgan State University's Earl Graves School of Business, Baltimore Read in Full >>
MEET Marcel Umphery, Real Estate Wholesaleing Expert Shares Secrets with Others!
Marcel Umphery is on a mission to become the best real estate expert in the nation and also – to train a cadre of entrepreneurs who are just as hungry as he is. His primary target is urban real estate.
Each and every day … and night, Umphery is constantly reading, surfing, researching, and studying real estate. Property. Property law. Sales. Sales experts. Motivational gurus. Marketing specialists. And the like.
Any and every thing related to real estate, its sale, and purchase: Marcel Umphery is on it like white on rice. He is intent on being as knowledgeable as possible, and he is determined to build a cadre of Umphery-ites who also are committed to learn the business of real estate. Read in Full >>
Washington, DC: MARCEL UMPHERY SAYS: Sell Houses in 9 Days!
The master is at it again: Sharing his expertise, and teaching people how to take charge of their lives by managing real estate transactions in just 9 days! Read in Full >>
MARCEL UMPHERY: 29-year old Real Estate Expert to be honored at Black Capitol Awards
Marcel Umphery, started his investing career early during his sophomore year in college taking a refund check most students on financial aid received towards the end of each semester and investing it in Tax Sale Certificates. Buying his first house for just $850.00 and then later selling the house 18 months later for $25,000 which got him hooked on real estate investing. Read in Full >>
Umphery's FlipThisRecession.com Workshop Draws National Attention
Emerging real estate giant teaches others at Thurgood Marshall BWI Airport, 1.22.11 Read in Full >>
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Kicks Off the “Vacants to Value” Summit
Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul Graziano, community members and business leaders for the “Vacants to Value” Summit. Mayor Rawlings-Blake launched her “Vacants to Value” initiative in November 2010 to reduce vacant housing and urban blight in Baltimore. Participants learned directly from Baltimore Housing officials how the plan would be implemented, how they could take part in the initiative and offered suggestions for addressing blight in their communities. Read in Full >>
MARCEL UMPHERY: Real Estate Expert Attracts Students from Across US, Canada
Whatever the case, this is a praise report celebrating the body of work accomplished by youthful entrepreneur Marcel Umphery. The 29-year old real estate guru is literally opening doors towards a brighter future for Baltimore and beyond.
One doesn’t have to go far on a Baltimore street to see the issue or challenge or dilemma: What to do with all of the vacant and dilapidated buildings, including homes.
Marcel Umphery knows what to do. Even more, he is teaching others to do the same both here and in other cities. The self-proclaimed digital marketer has taken modern technology and blended it with good ol’ fashioned hard work so as to build his real estate empire – one home at a time. Read in Full >>
Meet Shauntese Curry Trye, Family Law Expert
Ms. Trye founded Trye & Associates, a small firm of trial lawyers. She also owns Trye Realty Group, Inc., a boutique real estate brokerage specializing in investment and foreclosure properties
A visionary who knows how to get results, Ms. Trye is well known in the legal community for her innovative courtroom style. Drawing on her professional experience, Ms. Trye is currently writing a book on marriage, relationships and parenting which she calls a “cookbook filled with recipes” on how to avoid “courtroom drama”. Ms. Trye’s comments are frequently seen in magazines and newspapers and she has also been a guest on several radio and television shows. Read in Full >>
Alethea King of Spectrum Enterprises at BWI Wealth Expo
Spectrum is pushing its latest product: PMOD (Property Management On-Demand) Read in Full >>