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Stuart Vener Tells It Like It Is, June 12, 2013

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Stuart is a Nationally recognized Real Estate, Mortgage, Financial and Time Share expert. Vener is a pioneer in the “Second-Chance” property program which assisted thousands of satisfied clients walk away from upside down, negative equity, properties. Using this program, Vener established Wilshire Holding Group; a firm that has helped thousands of people avoid the devastation of foreclosure.

Vener is a Director of Community Housing and Development Corp., a charity that has provided over $100 million in down payment gifts for buyers.

Vener is a called upon expert by radio and television on Real Estate and Mortgage issues as well as financial advice. Vener has appeared on FOX 13 (Tampa Bay), FOX News, and Bloomberg TV.

In his career, Vener consulted Morris Shenker, CEO of the Dunes Hotel and Noah Dietrich, partner to Howard Hughes.

Currently, in addition to helping people with upside down mortgages, Vener is helping individuals and families escape the tough financial strain timeshares, he’s helping artists and anyone in need of extra funds for projects and startup capital obtain it with Crowd Funding. He’s also active in helping foreigners purchase real estate in America.

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Stuart Vener – National Mortgage, Real Estate and Financial Expert who’s been called as an expert witness regarding mortgages and real estate issues by the courts. President of Wilshire Holding Group. He’s been seen on FOX News, CNN, CBS National, and FOX Tampa Bay.

Everyday people wake up and realize they made a huge mistake buying their timeshare and want desperately to get rid of them. Timeshare resale companies (many of them in India) cold call these individuals off a list they generate and promise these individuals they have a buyer waiting and for a fee (usually above $1000.00), will sell this property for you and your nightmare will be gone!

Sadly these individuals are victims again, this time to a predator company that targets desperate individuals looking for an answer since timeshares are hard to sell. Once these companies get their money, the individuals usually will never hear from these them again and in most cases their timeshare won’t be sold and they can’t get a refund for the money they spent. If that isn’t bad enough, another scam these companies pull is they pose as charities and they operate the same way as previously stated.

These companies have been under a microscope from the federal and state governments but they still exist and they victimize timeshare buyer’s everyday! Stuart Vener, a National Real Estate, Mortgage and Timeshare Expert is available to discuss this matter on Radio, TV and Newsprint outlets who want to warn people of these scams by discussing:

- How these companies operate and how they scam people out of their money
- Why a reputable company will never “cold call” customers looking for sales
- How you can ensure the company you deal with is reputable
- Other ways you can dump or sell your timeshare legitimately

Stuart Vener Tells It Like It Is

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Business, Finance & Real Estate! 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.

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