Free E-Books From Soble Law

Free Downloadable E-Books

Real Estate Nightmares

Debt & Loan Nightmares

Getting Out of Foreclosure

No Loose Ends

Notable Newsletters From Soble Law

Free Downloadable Newsletters

Soble Law Anecdotes

January 2022

September 2021

Late Fall 2021

September 2021

January 2021

November 2020

January 2020

November 2019

Informational PDFs From Soble Law

Free Downloadable Informational PDFs

Common Legal Issues for Home Sellers

 

Four Reasons Certain Debt Just Doesn’t Go Away and Die

Five Ways to Help Seniors Avoid Elder Financial Fraud

What Real Estate Investors Need to Know About Proactive Due Dilligence

What You Should Know About Detroit Real Estate and House Flipping

Why a Real Estate Investor Should Form an LLC

Who Pays the Legal Fees?

 

Three Options for Borrowers with Matured Business Loans

Five Strategies for Successful Negotiations

The Many Ways to End a Legally Binding Relationship

Five Practical Tips for Land Contract Sellers

 

Six Things To Do To Improve Your Credit Score and Reduce Expenses

What Is A Quit Claim Deed And How Does It Work?

Five Tips For Requesting a Loan Modification

Before Signing a Contract You Should Know…

How To Prepare For Due Dilligence in Real Estate Law

About Author David Soble

Since 1990, David Soble has provided no-nonsense legal advice to banks, lenders, and individuals alike, in the areas of commercial and residential real estate, business and residential lending, and contract matters. 

David’s background is unique in that he has extensive practical experience and knowledge working with commercial, residential, and lending transactions. He has managed sizable loan portfolios ($1 Billion) consisting of commercial and residential real estate for national banks. Over his career, he has been involved with almost $4 Billion in real estate transactions. 

David has been managing attorney to several notable lending institutions and their default loan servicing portfolio. He is a licensed real estate broker and has authored numerous books and articles on issues related to real estate, contracts, foreclosure matters, loan negotiations, and property rights. 

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