Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
Vlad was sought out to appear on the show due to him being recognized among his peers in the real estate industry, as an expert short sale Realtor.
During his appearance on the Weekend Real Estate Report, Vlad had joined a panel of other real estate experts in discussing various trends evident in Baltimore’s real estate industry as well as the trends for the state of Maryland as a whole.
Additionally, throughout his two hour appearance on the radio, Vlad had contributed valuable information on the various sources of financing available to investors and discussed the increasing average age of a realtor in hopes of enticing younger people to consider becoming a real estate, or a short sale specialist.
The weekly, two-hour radio show is one of the more popular real estate radio shows in the Baltimore region due to the host’s willingness to invite professionals with various backgrounds, opinions, and niches. Vlad made the most of this wonderful opportunity to share his unique expert knowledge and at the same time to learn from his peers in the real estate industry. According to the show's host, Carl Delmont, the broadcast created a lot of buzz, due to the commentary by the guests on the panel of experts.
As a Maryland Realtor and certified short sale specialist, Vlad took an opportunity to share his expert opinion on the state of market and, more specifically, to discuss the situation concerning distressed properties such as bank owned homes and short sales.
As a Baltimore short sale listing agent, Vlad has a high level of expertise in listing, marketing, and negotiating short sales in Maryland. As more and more homeowners get behind on the mortgage payments due to the lagging economy or other financially stressful situation, short sale specialists like Vlad Kats can assist with reducing a financial burden on an individual or even an entire family.
In addition to short sales, Vlad and his team specialize in assisting buyers in acquiring bank-owned properties (REOs). Although the inventory of bank owned homes is declining due to a higher prevalence of short sales, both owner occupants and investors can find a great deal by looking at properties sold by the banks after foreclosure.
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