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October 5, 2004 | Annette Haddad
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger named Monterey real estate agent Jeff Davi as commissioner of the Department of Real Estate. The post had been vacant since December. Davi, 36, would run an agency that regulates real estate transactions and oversees the licensing of agents and brokers. With California's hot housing market, the number of licensed agents has grown about 10% a month in the last fiscal year to 393,750 as of June 30. The post pays $123,255 annually and requires state Senate confirmation.
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BUSINESS
June 11, 2006
I read with interest "More Signs of Housing Cool-Down" (May 17). It is interesting that despite the transitioning market, the California Department of Real Estate, which I head, is licensing real estate professionals in record numbers -- there are nearly 500,000 real estate licenses currently. As real estate commissioner, I am committed to protecting consumers in real estate transactions and have increased efforts to educate home buyers and renters. Consumers are cautioned to check the licenses of real estate and financial services professionals at www.dre.
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BUSINESS
June 11, 2006
I read with interest "More Signs of Housing Cool-Down" (May 17). It is interesting that despite the transitioning market, the California Department of Real Estate, which I head, is licensing real estate professionals in record numbers -- there are nearly 500,000 real estate licenses currently. As real estate commissioner, I am committed to protecting consumers in real estate transactions and have increased efforts to educate home buyers and renters. Consumers are cautioned to check the licenses of real estate and financial services professionals at www.dre.
BUSINESS
October 5, 2004 | Annette Haddad
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger named Monterey real estate agent Jeff Davi as commissioner of the Department of Real Estate. The post had been vacant since December. Davi, 36, would run an agency that regulates real estate transactions and oversees the licensing of agents and brokers. With California's hot housing market, the number of licensed agents has grown about 10% a month in the last fiscal year to 393,750 as of June 30. The post pays $123,255 annually and requires state Senate confirmation.
SPORTS
January 21, 1990 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canoga Park High point guard Lindsey Dunbar, all 5-foot-7 of him, cradled the ball in both hands, rocking it back and forth as he stood at the top of the key. His pivot foot glued to the ground, Dunbar yelled for a teammate's assistance. "Screen, right here," Dunbar yelped, motioning to the right of Cleveland guard Kenny Collins, whose chest-in-your-face defense was beginning to rub the hair from Dunbar's eyebrows. "Right here ."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 2009 | Jessica Garrison
After Jose Hernandez's family fell behind on payments for the family home in Pacoima, he was approached by a man outside their church who said that for $300 he could help them modify their loan and avoid foreclosure. Hernandez paid the man -- but got nothing in return.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 2005 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Citing a history of criminal violations, the state has acted to revoke the real estate broker's license of Lance J. Robbins, who has more convictions than any landlord prosecuted by a special city unit set up to crack down on slum housing in Los Angeles, according to documents released Monday. State Real Estate Commissioner Jeff Davi plans to revoke Robbins' license effective Nov. 23 unless he decides to grant an appeal filed by Robbins.
BUSINESS
August 13, 2009 | Nathan Olivarez-Giles
California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown today increased the heat on businesses that prey on struggling homeowners, ordering nearly 400 mortgage foreclosure consultant companies to post $100,000 bonds and register with his office or risk prosecution. "The time for accountability is at hand, and this rogue industry must clean itself up or face legal action," Brown said. At a news conference in Los Angeles, Brown said he was giving the companies, which can be found on a list posted on his website, 10 days to "get their act together" or his office will take legal action.
SPORTS
January 21, 1990 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Canoga Park High point guard Lindsey Dunbar, all 5-foot-7 of him, cradled the ball in both hands, rocking it back and forth as he stood at the top of the key. His pivot foot glued to the ground, Dunbar yelled for a teammate's assistance. "Screen, right here," Dunbar yelped, motioning to the right of Cleveland guard Kenny Collins, whose chest-in-your-face defense was beginning to rub the hair from Dunbar's eyebrows. "Right here ."
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