Black Friday, Retail Sales & Fiscal Cliff

Black Friday, Retail Sales & Fiscal Cliff


In this clip Brian Gormley, DC, Virginia and Maryland Short Sale Expert Attorney, discusses Black Friday Retail Sales & the looming Fiscal Cliff scenario and why we are in a wait and hold pattern through the end of 2012.

Brokers, Realtors and other attorneys from all over the Washington DC area choose Brian to work with them on their negotiations with the banks and mortgage holders. Today, more than ever, it is SO IMPORTANT to have a short sale expert on your team who knows how to legally negotiate with the banks.

As always, be the first person to send a correct guess of our filming location to support@cornerstonepropertieshomeinfo.com, and win a free $25 gift certificate to Addis Ababa in Silver Spring! Check out our blog at http://capitolshortsale.com for more free giveaways and contests, including the free lunch workshop series at a location near you!

Congrats to our last week’s winner Rocio Duty who won a free gift certificate to Crush Winehouse in Annapolis, and to all who correctly guessed our filming location! Location last week was the Annapolis Mall.

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This is a weekly video series with Short Sale Expert/Attorney/Broker Brian Gormley discussinag
tips, tricks, and general observations in the real estate market with special emphasis on short sales.
A FREE prize will be given away to the first person to correctly guess our filming location each week.
Send your guess to support@cornerstonepropertieshomeinfo.com.



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