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Vener discusses whether low interest rates could crash the housing market, and why it make better business sense to buy a home at low interest rates if you intend to stay at least 10 to 12 years. Vener then proceeds to give a lesson on how bonds impact the housing market.
Vener‘s “Second-Chance” property program assisted thousands of satisfied clients walk away from upside down, negative equity, properties. He also established the Wilshire Holding Group, which has helped thousands of people avoid the devastation of foreclosure. His charity has provided over $100 million in down payment gifts for buyers. Now, he is helping foreigners purchase real estate in America.
Stuart Vener has a varied and extensive career in business, finance and real estate related activities.
For 16 years, Stuart Vener owned one of the largest mortgage companies in Los Angeles County. His real estate ventures date back to the 1960s. He developed a shopping and family entertainment center in the Orange County vicinity that often drew larger crowds than Disneyland.
He was financial advisor and consultant to Noah Dietrich, the partner of Howard Hughes, and was personally involved in the acquisition, development and disposition of over 1,400 homes.
Mr. Vener holds a PHD in Business Administration and was a financial consultant to Morris Shenker, CEO of the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. He arranged casino financing in Las Vegas and New Jersey utilizing offshore investment sources.
Stuart Vener is one of America’s most knowledgeable real estate investors/consultants. He provides expert information as a guest on radio shows throughout the Country, and regularly appears on Fox News and CNN.