About Michelle Lenahan:
After graduating from U.C. Berkeley, Michelle began her career as property manager for a large real estate firm in San Francisco. She grew into an escrow assistant position and then entered wholesale lending where she worked as an account executive for National City. Michelle spent the next 13 years in the title industry becoming a leading sales representative for Fidelity National Title, earning acclaim as a top producing sales representative and affiliate of the year for her local realtor association. With a passion to understand and teach real estate related issues to others, Michelle’s role with the company suits her perfectly. Michelle has become integral to ForeclosureRadar in teaching agents, investors and homeowners to understand the foreclosure market and to create the best opportunities for themselves.
The mission at ForeclosureRadar is simple: To bring transparency, efficiency and honesty to the foreclosure marketplace. The foreclosure process has been shrouded in darkness for too long. Get-rich-quick gurus and disreputable list peddlers have thrived in this darkness, manipulating consumers and real estate professionals alike. People who needed help were hard pressed to get it. ForeclosureRadar is ending this.
Achieving this mission starts with credible, up-to-date data. ForeclosureRadar is the only place to get reliable information on properties in every phase of the foreclosure process. This includes preforeclosure (when a homeowner is given a notice that they are in default), auction (when the lender takes bids on foreclosed property in a public forum), and REO (or real estate owned, where the lender takes ownership of a property that fails to sell at auction).
Consumers, investors and real estate professionals no longer have to scrape together scattered information to make informed decisions.
ForeclosureRadar has also created a free online community, ForeclosureTruth.com, where participants in the foreclosure market can interact more efficiently. Consumers find Realtors specializing in foreclosures; Investors source service providers; Lenders connect with brokers to move properties more efficiently. It’s all there, out in the open.
But underneath the data, beyond the Website, lies our real difference: An unflinching commitment to speaking the truth about the foreclosure marketplace. Foreclosure is an unpleasant process. There are human beings behind the numbers. Those who want to get rich quick should seek other venues. It’s time to clear the air of hype.
Creating a foreclosure market that works better for everyone requires nothing less.
- 6:30 – Get Informed/Educated/Motivated with Geraldine’s Presentation
- 7:00 – Intro/Welcome
- 7:30 – Keynote Speaker