Using Adverse Possession For Real Estate Title Ownership


real estateAdverse possession has gained national attention in recent months. Prior to high profile cases in Florida, Texas, New York, and California, adverse possession was mostly a term only known to real estate agents/brokers, title companies, and lawyers

Adverse Possession is the LEGAL process of claiming ownership to real estate property that has been abandoned, neglected, or where legal owners cannot be found. The real estate in question can be claimed by means of FOLLOWING THE LAW, taking ownership and responsiblity as if it were YOUR OWN.

The real estate meltdown has brought about a great plight to many people and corporations, including those associated with banks, real estate, and financial firms. Most banks and financial firms have greatly benefit from public bailouts and government friendly legislation including being able to borrow money at near ZERO interest rates while at the same time implementing ways to unfairly extract even more money out of the very people that bailed them out.

The same corporations that caused the financial mess have been diligent and effortlessly using the LAW to their advantage. There are NUMEROUS examples of this! The main point here is that YOU should also be using the LAW to your advantage in a legal and ethical way.

Using ADVERSE POSSESSION you can use the LAW to acquire valuable real estate such as residential homes, apartments, or vacant and unimproved land. In fact just about every type of land and property you can think of.

Credit doesn’t matter! Good or bad credit: this law will work for you! Think about it like this. When you buy a home the old way, with a mortgage, you pay closing costs, an annual interest rate, realtor fees, etc. You have to get approved for a loan which takes your job history and credit score into consideration. When you learn how…read more


Real Estate Investing Expert Mike Eckerman Announces 1031 Tax Exchange Investment Opportunities in Las Vegas and Southern California


Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 26, 2013

According to a recent Case Shiller home price index release, 2013 continues to be a lucrative year for investors who put their investments into the Las Vegas and Southern California real estate markets. Both markets have had continuous monthly home price increases fueled by continuing demand and decreasing inventory. “It’s time for the nation to begin sustainable recovery in the housing market. It’s great news to see that happening in two of the hardest hit areas” said Mike Eckerman, CEO of Novus Dia Financial, a real estate asset management firm.

Eckerman wants to help and encourage folks coming out of a 1031 tax exchange to look at available real estate opportunities in growing markets. “For example, we specialize in providing residential income producing properties in Las Vegas and Southern California which can be sold to investors looking to roll out of a 1031. We have even put together proprietary strategies to allow investors to enjoy tax deferred status without those headaches and challenges of being a landlord in some cases,” explains Eckerman.

The 1031 exchange is essentially an IRS tax code that allows an investor to exchange one investment for another and defer capital gain taxes. The most popular 1031 transactions are done through real estate investments. “We help tailor a customized strategy to assist investors in completing a 1031 exchange to receive consistent, monthly returns through our current residential inventories in Las Vegas and Southern California,” Eckerman said.

Eckerman adds that with a qualified 1031 tax exchange, investors can protect themselves from capital gains tax, facilitate a steady portfolio growth and increase the returns on their investment.

In addition, Novus Dia Financial is currently offering free consultations to those interested in 1031 exchange opportunities. Eckerman also adds that they work closely with required Qualified Intermediaries and other tax professionals, who will help in completing a 1031 investment strategy in accordance to IRS regulations.

Novus Dia Financial is a Real Estate Asset Management and Strategy Firm that specializes in acquiring, leasing and selling Residential Real Estate. Novus Dia Financial also provides education to individuals on how they can earn above market returns through Proprietary Real Estate Investment Strategies. Novus Dia has office locations in Las Vegas, Newport Beach, Beverly Hills and San Francisco.


Virginia Company Leads Nation In Revolutionary Changes in Small Business Growth


Richmond, Va. (PRWEB) July 03, 2014

Today a small Virginia company solidified their place on the cutting edge of a capital fundraising revolution that will strengthen and grow small and medium sized enterprises across the nation, creating jobs and opening doors to new investors.

Allegiancy announced that their Regulation (Reg) A limited public offering of preferred equity securities, which closed in April 2014, will begin active trading July 15 through Moloney Securities. Initial dividends will pay out to investors that same day.

“We are excited about the success of our Reg A offering,” said Steve Sadler, CEO of the Richmond, Va.-based commercial real estate asset management firm. “This initial $ 5 million issuance was oversubscribed and very well received by the market.”

Even more important than the offering itself, an accomplishment in its own right, is what the offering allowed Allegiancy to do – set the stage to be among the first companies in the nation to raise up to $ 50 million in equity this fall with Reg A+.

“This capital helps our firm accelerate growth and leaves us well positioned for the coming revolution,” Sadler said of the securities changes coming into effect under Reg A+ thanks to the JOBS Act of 2012. “Reg A+ is about more than just securities and investment. It’s about opening doors for small and medium sized enterprises, who up until this point, couldn’t access the money they needed to grow.”


Reg A, an exemption from certain registration and reporting requirements with the Securities and Exchange Commission, allows companies to raise equity capital up to $ 5 million in any 12-month period.

But, Sadler said, “in a rapidly growing company, $ 5 million doesn’t go far” in solving the capital problem small and medium sized enterprises face.

The caps of $ 5 million combined with the cost and process of filing and state securities laws requirements makes Reg A offerings less attractive to businesses.

“This was a strategic move on our part,” Sadler said of Allegiancy’s Reg A offering, which was among the few done in recent years. “We did it with the express intent of hitting the starting line with full head of steam when the new Reg A+ rules are promulgated later this year.”

Reg A+ increases the amount of capital small businesses can raise under the exemption up to $ 50 million per year.

Allegiancy’s planned Reg A+ offering aims to raise an additional $ 15 to $ 20 million when the Reg A+ rules are in effect, which could come as early as this fall.


Today, small and medium sized enterprises account for approximately 80 percent of the business in the U.S., historically delivering 100 percent of new job creation. Yet, it’s those businesses that face continual challenges in raising capital.

If Reg A+ does what experts and Congress expect, and allows that 80 percent of the companies in the country to raise capital and grow, “it creates a job opportunity for your daughter who is getting out of college next year,” Sadler said. “It creates a job opportunity for your husband who just got laid off. It allows businesses to grow on Main Street, where previously it was just the biggest companies on Wall Street.”

Allegiancy alone expects to double the size of its team in the next 12 months to 25 employees. By 2016 it aims to have 50 employees and $ 5 billion in assets under management.

In addition to job creation for the younger generation, Reg A+ will create peace of mind in retirement for the older generation, Sadler said.

“This is also a revolution for the smaller investors who have been subject to financial repression by low interest rates,” Sadler said, noting 70 and 80-year-olds he knows still working because their retirement investments don’t generate enough income to live on.

Reg A+ eliminates limitations that prevented regular folks from gaining access to the investments that private equity firms and the accredited investors regularly enjoy.

“Our little company will pay out six percent dividends, or $ 300,000, in the first year to savers and investors who entrusted our company with their capital,” Sadler said. “To have this kind of alternative for even a portion of your retirement portfolio is meaningful.”


Much like a money manager, Allegiancy is a fee based asset manager. Specialized in office properties, Allegiancy creates the strategy and execution plan to maximize the value of commercial real estate investments.

“A commercial office building is a stand alone small business, yet in most cases they do not have any leadership,” Sadler said. “No CEO. No President. No one on site whose equity is at risk. Just a property manager making sure the place does not fall apart.”

As a result, a lot of commercial real estate assets underperform year after year.

“Not because it’s not good real estate, not because someone paid too much for it, not because the economy is weak,” Sadler said. “They’re struggling because nobody is running the business. That’s our job, to step in and provide that kind of strategic direction and tactical oversight.”

The equity capital Allegiancy raised under Reg A, and aims to raise later this year under Reg A+, will fund the acquisition of additional asset management companies and contracts, hire new employees and build the technology platforms needed to enable rapid decision making to take place for property owners.

“Business has been very stable since our 2006 inception as an asset manager and even as the market has gone through violent swings, we have remained profitable,” Sadler said. “It’s because our fee revenue is aligned with the equity owners’ interest and our strong track record of doing what we say we are going to do.”


About Allegiancy

Allegiancy is changing the business of asset management for commercial real estate owners and investors. With an advanced technology platform and singular focus on serving as the owners’ advocate, the company brings fresh vigor to an often poorly understood business. Combining its proactive Value Assurance operational rigor with an intense focus on cash flow and profitability, Allegiancy is expanding on a track record of more than four decades of success.

Headquartered in Richmond, Va., and led by a team of seasoned professionals with more than 100 years of experience, Allegiancy manages properties that have outperformed their peers by 45 percent since 2006. The company has more than $ 300 million in assets under management (AUM) and delivers to clients attractive returns and profitable, hassle-free investments in commercial real estate.

More information about Allegiancy may be found at

To schedule an interview with Allegiancy’s leadership, contact Audrey Bevel at or 866.842.7545 ext. 204.


Building Engines, Inc. Announces New Board Member, Frank Apeseche


Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 18, 2014

Building Engines, a provider of comprehensive web and mobile property management software for the commercial real estate industry, proudly announces the addition of Frank Apeseche to its Board of Directors. Mr. Apeseche has nearly three decades of experience creating, building and managing real estate businesses. He is currently on the faculty at Harvard and Tufts Universities and is the Director of Harvard’s Real Estate Academic Initiative.

“We are excited to add Frank to our talented Board,” said David Osborn, Building Engines CEO and Board Chair. “He brings a long history of real estate success and brings an additional ownership perspective to our leadership team that will help to shape our business model and our product roadmap well into the future.”

Mr. Apeseche, who is also Chairman of Amstar Advisers (a $ 3 billion global real estate/private equity investment firm) and a member/investor of Launchpad Venture Group (one of the largest Angel Investment firms in the United States), joins current Board Members Tim Curran, CEO, Sample6, and Andrew Ashforth, Co-CEO, The Ashforth Company, along with advisors Scott Randall, Partner, Andover Capital Partners, and Hambleton Lord, Managing Director, LaunchPad Venture Group.

Previously Mr. Apeseche was the CEO of The Berkshire Group, the parent company of several public and private subsidiary real estate enterprises. During his 26 years at Berkshire, he completed the IPO of two multi-family REITS and two real estate healthcare corporations; helped launch multiple private firms in the mortgage finance, hospitality, long term care, and multi-housing industries; and sponsored fourteen discretionary real estate funds with over $ 7 billion of capitalization.

About Building Engines

Building Engines supports innovative commercial real estate owners and managers with web and mobile property management software that creates the visibility and control needed for more profitable operations, happier tenants and a uniquely identifiable brand. For more information, visit:

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New Targeted Postcard Campaign Nets Architect 14 New Clients


Portland, OR (PRWEB) April 08, 2015, leader in online design, print & mail postcards with same day mailing helps architect Cassie Webb gain 14 new clients this February.

“We’re starting to see a lot of lift in real estate development,” explained Webb. “I needed a way to take advantage of that, and sending postcards turned out to be perfect. helped me create a list that that targeted real estate investors, construction companies, and developers. I sent postcards in January, and by the end of February I secured 14 new partnerships.”

“The best way to get results from a direct mail campaign is to use a targeted mailing list,” explained Joshua Carlsen, VP of Sales and Marketing at “We were happy to help Cassie create a robust list of potential clients, and the results speak to how effective that approach can be.”

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Investing in Commercial Real Estate- Premiers June 9th


(PRWEB) June 09, 2015

Financial Poise Webinars is pleased to announce the premier of its webinar, “Investing in Commercial Real Estate,” the latest installment in its “Real Estate Dumbed Down” webinar series.

Co-produced with West LegalEdcenter, “Investing in Commercial Real Estate” explains the risks and rewards of investing in commercial

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Harbor Group International Expands Use of VaultWare Apartment Reservation System Across its Residential Portfolio


Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

Harbor Group International, a real estate management and investment firm, has utilized MRI for four years to manage over 10.5million square feet of properties. Satisfied with the robust reporting capabilities of MRI Residential and Commercial Management, and appreciative of the decreased IT concerns initiated by MRI Software-as-a-Service,

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Rick Otton Advises UK Property Investors to Learn New Ownership Strategies as Housing Prices Begin to Rise


(PRWEB) June 27, 2013

Real estate millionaire, Rick Otton, has revealed that all aspiring property investors in the UK can secure a foothold in the housing market even if they are unable to meet the criteria needed for a bank loan. Mr Otton urged investors to learn how to implement alternative real

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