July 2009 Blog Posts (5)

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Added by Peter L. Mosca on July 30, 2009 at 10:36am — No Comments

How to Find an Effective and Efficient Virtual Assistant

Hiring a Virtual Assistant (VA) can add value and save you time and money. There are a lot of them on the internet, but only a few can deliver effective and efficient results. Getting the right VA can be a challenge, so listed below are some of tips on how to search for a reliable VA to outsource your business tasks to.

Look for a Virtual Assistant with multiple skill sets

Aside from the basic skills, try to find a VA that has other useful skills. Determine… Continue

Added by Owen McGab Enaohwo on July 21, 2009 at 8:41am — No Comments

What Are the Advantages of Hiring a Virtual Assistant Versus a Full-time Employee?

Virtual Assistants (VAs) are Independent Contractors and do not go through the same employment procedures that a full-time employee would have to undergo; rather you just pay them for services rendered. Certain formalities are still necessary to engage a VA, such as; a contract has to be signed by both parties which lists in detail each party's responsibilities and expectations, also a reliable means of communication has to be established from the onset. Beyond these formalities, hiring a VA is… Continue

Added by Owen McGab Enaohwo on July 20, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

U.S. House Prices Up 1.6% in May According to IAS360 House Price Index

Integrated Asset Services®, LLC (IAS®) (www.iasreo.com), a leader in default management and residential collateral valuations, today released its IAS360™ House Price Index (HPI). Based on the timeliest and most granular data available in the industry, the benchmark index for national house prices gained 1.6% in May. The latest IAS report, which reflects the largest one-month increase in the IAS360 HPI since July of 2005, follows a fractional gain in… Continue

Added by Erik Keith on July 14, 2009 at 11:09am — No Comments

The Sad Reality

A recent report from the FBI states that mortgage fraud is on the rise. The fraudulent events focuses on distressed homeowners who look for answers to troubled mortgages and find little help from their banks.

This report says one measure of mortgage fraud complaints is up 36 percent nationally. Most of the fraud schemes and scams are concentrated in California, Florida, Arizona and Nevada which have been hit hard by the housing market crash. As a result there are a large amount of… Continue

Added by Pedro Gonzalez on July 8, 2009 at 8:34pm — No Comments

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