BROWN BLANKFELD GROUP RECEIVES RAVING REVIEW We've said before that we do enjoy hearing feedback from our clients and colleagues, and that still holds true to this day. Check out this awesome review we received from a very satisfied client: "We listed our Summerlin townhome with Harvey Blankfeld and we were very impressed with his professionalism. He kept in constant communication. We were out of Continue Reading
Archives for May 2017
RERNLV’S Coming At You With A BRAND NEW SHOW! Tune in!
RERNLV'S COMING AT YOU WITH A BRAND NEW SHOW! TUNE IN! Harvey's got a full-to-the-brim RERNLV on hand for you folks today! We're welcoming Piercy Bowler Taylor & Kern's Bill Nelson, Equity Title of Nevada's Tracy Ruccia, and CrossCountry Mortgage's John Ingram to the show. Bill is up to bat first, and he's bringing an interesting issue to the table. We've heard about employees defrauding Continue Reading
Home Buying Paperwork Checklist: A Helpful Guide
HOME BUYING PAPERWORK CHECKLIST: A HELPFUL GUIDE Home buying is a stressful process all around. You have to make sure you qualify, shop for a house you want, then go through all the trials and tribulations associated with an accepted offer. There is also a lot of paperwork involved in a transaction. Knowing what you need ahead of when you need it can save yourself a lot of headaches. Below is Continue Reading
RERNLV Has An ALL-NEW Show TODAY AT 11 AM! Check It!
RERNLV HAS AN ALL-NEW SHOW TODAY AT 11 AM! CHECK IT! Harvey and his contributors are bringing you an ALL-NEW RERNLV at 11 AM on AM720 KDWN! This one is going to be a doozy! First up, Harvey welcomes Equity Title of Nevada president Tracy Ruccia to the show. She uses her appearance as a chance to discuss holding title. How is a title held when you're selling a home? How should you hold title Continue Reading
Home Renting or Buying: Which Is The Better Deal?
HOME RENTING OR BUYING: WHICH IS THE BETTER DEAL? Home ownership. The thought of it can be a bit daunting. They have to pay for their mortgage and pay for any repairs they have to make. If they rent, they're paying someone else's mortgage and most repairs only incur a small fee from the tenants. This leads to the perception that perhaps renting is better than buying a home. But is Continue Reading