July 3, 1988
Congratulations to David W. Myers for a job well done with the article on the problems of hazardous waste and toxic materials (June 12). I think articles such as this by writers who obviously understand the topic are most beneficial to the commercial real estate industry. ALEXIS A. FAFENRODT Los Angeles
September 25, 1988
I read with great interest David W. Myers' article "Home Major Battleground on Pollution" (Aug. 28). I passed the article to all my friends, and they were all very interested and willing to start the war against pollution in our own homes. HELENE JEANNEL Los Angeles
May 6, 1990
Times staff writer David W. Myers, author of the Your Mortgage column, will talk on real estate financing at the three Los Angeles Times Home Buyers Fairs in May. Myers, just one of dozens of real estate experts who will participate in the fairs, also will talk with fair-goers after the panel sessions. The all-day fairs will be held Saturday at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds in Pomona, May 19 at the Woodland Hills Marriott Hotel and May 26 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Orange County.
November 29, 1992
I want to commend David W. Myers on an outstanding set of articles ("Mortgage Nightmares") in the Sunday (Nov. 8) edition. I am keeping the source guide in my files for the use of my customers if they experience any difficulties in loan servicing. Again, Myers did a fine job in informing the public as to how to "fight back" when the system doesn't work. Keep it up! JIM CROWLEY Oxnard The writer is a real estate broker.
November 23, 1986
I would like to congratulate David W. Myers on his excellent article, "Push on to Freeze Loan Ceilings of Housing Agencies" (Nov. 2). Having read countless articles on this subject, I found his to be the most thorough and balanced. The issues in this "debate" are many and complex, and you have served your readers well. DALE P. RIORDAN Washington, D. C. Riordan is executive vice president for administration and corporate relations of the Federal National Mortgage Assn.
October 14, 1990
"Having It All" by David W. Myers on elderly housing (Sept. 23) proves that it pays to read the Real Estate section. The article not only covers senior living possibilities, but the statistics explain attitudes toward seniors, particularly women. Recently retired, 60-plus and widowed since age 49, I've sensed hostility against independence in older women from both male and female peers. In the travel realm, (including Elderhostel), brochures make it patently clear that accommodations are on a Noah's Ark basis.