Former New Mexico Realtor group executive indicted on hundreds of embezzlement charges

Sherri Miller, the former executive director of the Ruidoso Board of Realtors, is facing nearly 400 charges of embezzlement and forgery stemming from allegations that she skimmed at least $90,000 from the organization. What’s even crazier about the allegations against Miller is that Miller’s predecessor with the Ruidoso Board of Realtors was also accused, and subsequently convicted, of embezzling from the organization.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Don't worry, Warren Buffett says there's no housing bubble

Over the weekend, thousands of enthusiastic followers of Warren Buffett descended on Nebraska to hear from the famed “Oracle of Omaha” at Berkshire Hathaway’s yearly meeting. During the meeting, Buffett touched on the economy, investing, politics and life. And housing. Quite a bit about housing, actually. Here’s your full recap, plus more on Buffett’s burgeoning homebuilding empire. All that and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Don't worry, Warren Buffett says there's no housing bubble

Over the weekend, thousands of enthusiastic followers of Warren Buffett descended on Nebraska to hear from the famed “Oracle of Omaha” at Berkshire Hathaway’s yearly meeting. During the meeting, Buffett touched on the economy, investing, politics and life. And housing. Quite a bit about housing, actually. Here’s your full recap, plus more on Buffett’s burgeoning homebuilding empire. All that and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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Attention Realtors: You may be victim of massive nationwide advertising scam

Realtors and real estate agents all across the country may be victims of a massive advertising scam that promised local ad placement but instead resulted in the theft of $2 million. A Louisiana man induced Realtors and real estate agents to pay thousands of dollars for advertising on major television networks, but instead of providing the services he promised, the man allegedly used the money for New Orleans Saints season tickets, among other things.
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