“How to Commit Short Sale Fraud … and Get Away with It.”
Presented by Monique Bryher, Broker-Associate/Realtor
September 13th, 2017 at 6 pm
Note: New Location Below
How to Commit Short Sale Fraud . . . and Get Away with It, is an exposé into this dark side of real estate fraud, how it is occurring and the devastating impact it is having on individuals and the economy-at-large.
Monique Bryher is a real estate broker and an expert in short sale fraud. She will educate us on the economic conditions that led to this illegal activity, how it’s done, why it’s bad for neighbors and the local economy and provide us with some proposed solutions.
Besides being a licensed real estate broker Monique is also a member of the Commissioner’s Real Estate and Mortgage Loan Advisory Panel for the California Bureau of Real Estate, the state agency that licenses and regulates Realtors. She is the founder and publisher of the California Real Estate Fraud Report and also consults as an expert witness in criminal and civil cases involving real estate fraud. She earned a BA degree in Economics (minor in Statistics) and a Master of Science in Public Health / Hospital Information Systems, both from UCLA. She was one of the first civilians in the nation certified as a forensic computer examiner.
Monique spent 29 years in the information technology industry and consulting in litigation support as an expert forensic computer examiner before retiring and opening her real estate practice. She particularly enjoys selling properties out of trusts or where the seller is a vulnerable senior or disabled person who needs protection from predatory buyers.
Note: New Location
San Fernando Valley Arts and Cultural Center
18312 Oxnard St, Tarzana, CA 91356
Wednesday September 13th, 6:00 p.m. social, 7:00 p.m. program.
$40 for members and $50 for non-members and includes a fine meal, great company and free parking.
Space is limited so please RSVP by email to email@example.com, or call Cheryl at (818) 272-8652.
Bill Daniels || Law Offices certifies that this activity has been
approved for 1 MCLE credit by the State Bar of California