Thursday, July 29, 2010

Sara on Glen Meakem Program

Sara Mohsin will be on the Glen Meakem Radio Program on Saturday, August 7th and Sunday, August 8th.Listen to Sara on the following stations:

In Pittsburgh, PA - WPGB FM Newstalk 104.7
Saturday - noon to 1 pm
Sunday - 8 am to 9 am

In Harrisburg, PA - WHP 580 AM
Saturday - noon to 1 pm

In Parkersburg, WV - WADC 1050 AM
Saturday - 2 pm to 3 pm
Sunday - 1 pm to 2 pm

In Parkersburg, WV - WVNT 1230 AM
Saturday - 11 am to noon
Sunday - 10 am to 11 amhttp://glenmeakem.com/

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Free Lunch & Learn at WEZE Radio Studios in Quincy, MA

Free Lunch and Learn

Where: WEZE Radio Studios
When: Thursday, August 12
Time: Noon

• Get rid of your credit card debt
• Pay for college education
• Get Cash for Home Improvements
• Get a FREE credit report
• Know and understand what NEW options are available
• Have “One-on-One” time with Kristina, the manager of
Mohsin Mortgage Corporation

Please call (800)662-9550 with questions or reservation.


WEZE Radio Studios are located at:
500 Victory Rd., 2nd Fl.
Quincy, MA 02171

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Listen to Sara on Glen Meakem Radio Program

Sara Mohsin will be on the Glen Meakem Radio Program on Saturday, July 10th and Sunday, July 11th.
Listen to Sara on the following stations:


In Pittsburgh, PA - WPGB FM Newstalk 104.7
Saturday - noon to 1 pm
Sunday - 8 am to 9 am

In Harrisburg, PA - WHP 580 AM
Saturday - noon to 1 pm

In Parkersburg, WV - WADC 1050 AM
Saturday - 2 pm to 3 pm
Sunday - 1 pm to 2 pm

In Parkersburg, WV - WVNT 1230 AM
Saturday - 11 am to noon
Sunday - 10 am to 11 am

http://glenmeakem.com/

Homebuyer Credit Extension

http://money.cnn.com/2010/06/30/news/economy/homebuyer_tax_credit/index.htm

Homebuyer credit extension heads to ObamaBy Tami Luhby, senior writerJune 30, 2010: 10:40 PM ETNEW YORK (CNNMoney.com)First-time homebuyers will have until Sept. 30 to close on their purchases and land an $8,000 tax credit under a bill passed by the Senate late Wednesday.

President Obama is expected to sign the bill, which was overwhelmingly approved by the House on Tuesday. The deadline had been June 30.

The bill doesn't help anyone currently shopping for a home. Buyers must have signed a contract by April 30 to qualify for the tax break. At issue is when the deal must be finalized.

Qualified existing homeowners also have until Sept. 30 to close on new homes and receive a tax credit of up to $6,500.

Congress has been trying to pass the extension for the last month, but it got caught up in Washington politics. Only when it was separated from a larger jobs bill did deficit-wary lawmakers sign off on it. The extension will only raise the deficit by $9 million.

An estimated 200,000 people have missed out on the tax credit because they wouldn't have been able to close by the end of business Wednesday. Many are trying to take advantage of short sales, which are complicated deals to complete.

The Senate approved the stand-alone homebuyers tax credit shortly after a failed attempt to advance a bill that combined the credit with an unemployment benefits extension.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said the chamber will take up the benefits bill again once a replacement for the late Senator Robert Byrd, D-W.Va., is named. Byrd, the longest serving member of Congress in history, died Monday at age 92.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund



On June 28th and 30th Sara Mohsin interviewed Peter Trovato of the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund on the Mohsin Mortgage Program on WEZE Boston Radio. Mr. Trovato founded the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund in 2004 to raise money for educational assistance grants for the children of Massachusetts Service members who were killed while deployed on Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom. To date 62 children in Massachusetts are eligible to receive $40,000 for future tuition costs. Mr. Trovato was also featured on the Today Show and has helped raise over $3 million for the fund. If you are interested in donating to the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund please visit http://www.mslfund.org/donate.php.