Pleasanton, CA (PRWEB) June 12, 2008
San Francisco Bay Area real estate broker Doug Buenz has released his new real estate video web series offering in-depth information on a variety of essential topics for home buyers and sellers. This weekly video series will cover such topics as real estate home inspections, pest inspections, contract contingencies, appraisals, mortgage financing, and a host of other relevant topics.
Doug brings 20 years of well-rounded real estate experience to this new video series. His background in finance and marketing, his passion for people and his focus on early adoption of technology have enabled him to excel in a highly competitive industry in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the US. His extensive array of web-based tools help his clients comfortably and efficiently navigate the sometimes confusing and potentially stressful process of buying or selling a home.
This weekly video series will be Doug's latest tool to shed light on some often overlooked or misunderstood components of real estate transactions. This new resource will enable home buyers and sellers to get thoughtful insight into some of the more complex issues that often have a significant effect on the successful outcome of a real estate transaction. Doug advises that in order to negotiate your way through the current minefields of real estate, you need someone who has the benefit of perspective and direct experience.
Doug began his residential real estate career in the market crash of 1989 and he credits those difficult times in creating a thorough understanding of what is important to his customers during market fluctuations and why his integrity has been essential in earning their
trust. His seasoned perspective and detailed approach to every facet of a home purchase provide a strong foundation for providing comprehensive advice in an easy to understand format.
This weekly series gives home buyers and sellers the type of relevant, useful information that could save them thousands of dollars and help prevent unnecessary legal and contractual issues.
Doug's webisodes have been released one episode per week and are available on his website at http://www.680Homes.com on the "Video Library" page. They are also released to all of the major video-sharing sites such as YouTube, Google, Yahoo, Veoh, Metacafe, Revver, DailyMotion, Sclipo and Viddler. You can access the websisodes on each video-sharing site by typing in his name into their search engine.
You can also visit Doug's website at http://www.680homes.com to access his blog, which contains in-depth information on real estate and market trends.
Doug is also available as a media resource for interviews or in licensing his video content for TV newscasts, website content or other distribution channels.