Why? According to ABC News, "more than a hundred in the real estate profession... have been killed on the job since the foreclosure mess began in 2008."
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One woman "became obsessed with the idea that the new owners were not worthy."
"Real estate transactions are emotional for buyers, sellers and agents but they need to hold themselves together and there are avenues for dealing with disputes."
Cultural sensitivity reaches new nadir in the litigious world of real estate.
"The community of Hollywood was founded in 1887 by Harvey Wilcox and his wife Daeida, prohibitionists who came west earlier in the decade, possibly hoping to found a white Christian temperance utopia."
With $4,500/day in expenses, "the value of the property is the land."
Peter Ticktin had people whose homes were in foreclosure take out second mortgages to pay his fees. Guess what? Ticktin's home is now in foreclosure.
Want to get out from underneath your unpayable loan? Take out another.