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Mon, Mar 27th, 2006 - 3:19 pm

More Bankruptcy Questions and Answers

By: Russ Miller (Guest Blogger)

Today we have more Bankruptcy Questions and Answers written by Russ Miller, Mortgage Loan Officer. (Click for More)


Thu, Mar 23rd, 2006 - 11:12 am

Issues After Filing Bankruptcy

Russ Miller (Guest Blogger)

Q&A on Issues After Filing Bankruptcy. Special thanks to Russ Miller, Loan Officer at Infinity Mortgage for writing this material. (Click for More)


Wed, Mar 15th, 2006 - 1:42 pm

43% of First Time Buyers Made No Down Payment in 2005

By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS

Here's an interesting statistic... 43% of first time home buyers put no money down last year when buying their home. (Click for More)


Mon, Mar 13th, 2006 - 2:36 pm

Our Homes Magazine Ad for March 20

By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS

Attached is our March 20, 2006 ad in Homes Magazine in a PDF format. This is available at all the St. Louis area grocery stores and other shops. Check out our latest listings. (Click for More)


Sun, Mar 5th, 2006 - 8:38 am

Things to Do: Disney on Ice at Savvis

By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS (Source: Savvis Center)

Looking for something to do with the kids? Disney On Ice is coming to the St. Louis Savvis Center this month from March 15-19 with a brand new ice show based on the characters from popular animated movie, "The Incredibles." (Click for More)


Thu, Mar 2nd, 2006 - 1:51 pm

When Facing Foreclosure, Beware of Scams!

By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS

Yesterday, with the help of loan officer extraordinaire Russ Miller, we looked at some of the options that you might have available to you if you face foreclosure. Well, we'd like to add to that Beware of Scams! (Click for More)


Wed, Mar 1st, 2006 - 2:18 pm

How to Avoid Foreclosure

By: Darin "Sid" Cameron, CRS (with help from Russ Miller)

If you took out a mortgage loan when you purchased your home, you made an agreement to make regular mortgage payments on the loan to the lender. When you don't make those mortgage payments, a process called foreclosure may occur. (Click for More)


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Darin "Sid" Cameron spent 15 years working in the technology industry which in 1998 relocated him to St. Louis. In 2004 he took over web development tasks for Kimberly's real estate team and later became the full-time Marketing and Operations Director in 2005. In 2011 Sid launched two brokerages, The Realty Store, Inc. and Realty Referral Partners, Inc, while continuing to perform marketing and operations for Kimberly's team. Sid holds a real estate broker's license in Missouri, CRS certification and was the first CyberStar in the St. Louis area.
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