I have podcast episodes and blogs about how to come off of Freddie Mac's Exclusionary List, but today's Crushing Debt Podcast episode discusses what to do if you get a letter that Freddie Mac intends to put you on the List. Is it possible to stay off the List if Freddie believes you should be on the Exclusionary List?
For other episodes describing what the List is? The significance of being on the List? How someone can come off of the List? An analysis of the different techniques that have and have not worked to get someone off the Exclusionary List. And other topics, you may want to check out the following previous episodes:
If you have questions about the Freddie Mac List, please contact me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com.
Do you continue to learn? What do you do to feed your body, your mind, and your spirit?
Long time listeners know that I read, at least 30 - 45 minutes per day in the morning when I first wake up as part of my daily routine to get ready for my day. The house is quiet and my wife and kids are still asleep (most mornings).
Each year, I like to do an episode on some of more impactful books I've read the previous year, which is the topic of today's Crushing Debt Podcast episode.
While I don't talk about every book (there were 26 of them this year), I do give you brief summaries and take-aways from the following books. My hope is that you find some books in the below list that interest you, that you can read over the coming years:
I had the privilege to interview some of these authors about their books on my show during the year.
I would also like to know what books you've read that are not on this list, that I can read this year or next. What books have had the greatest impact on you, or you have enjoyed reading? Please email me at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com.
Please also support our friend and sponsor, Sam Cohen at Attorneys First Insurance by introducing him to an attorney or title company that would like a quote on malpractice insurance. You can connect an attorney or title company to Sam at Sam@AttorneysFirst.com or www.AttorneysFirst.com.
How young did you begin to learn money management skills? How early are you teaching your kids these skills?
When did you buy your first home? Do you wish you did sooner?
How do you teach your kids how to achieve financial independence at a young age?
This week's guest on the Crushing Debt Podcast is Dan Sheeks, the newest Bigger Pockets published author, with his book First to a Million: A Teenager's Guide to Achieving Early Financial Freedom.
Dan is a 19-year high school business and marketing teacher, real estate investor, and personal finance advocate in Denver, CO. In late 2019, Dan launched SheeksFreaks, an online community dedicated to helping young people learn money management skills, start investing in real estate, and pursue early financial independence.
Sam Cohen of Attorneys First Insurance supports the show in multiple ways (including offsetting many of the costs of production). Introducing him to attorneys and title companies is a great way to show your support for the show. Sam@AttorneysFirst.com or www.attorneysfirst.com.
Small claims court is designed to allow people to settle their disputes, in court, without using attorneys.
The proceedings are a little less formal, there are opportunities to settle the dispute through mediation right at the beginning of the process, hearings are streamlined, and the process is for disputes of $8,000 or less (in Florida).
What should you know about small claims court, and why do few attorneys like to practice in small claims court?
At the very beginning of the show (Episode 7) I also discussed small claims court. You can hear that show at: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/yesnerlawpodcast/236985793-yesner_law_podcast-episode-7-small-claims-court.mp3
Please also support our sponsor Sam Cohen at Attorneys First Insurance by introducing him to an attorney or title company that is in need of malpractice insurance, or who has a malpractice insurance renewal approaching. Sam@AttorneysFirst.com or www.AttorneysFirst.com.
If you think it would be helpful for me to develop a course of some materials to help people navigate small claims court with the knowledge of attorney, but without the price tag of one, please let me know - Shawn@YesnerLaw.com or www.YesnerLaw.com.