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ABOUT THE SHOW: Sunday 11am-12pm

Real Estate Power Hour with Andrey Bustamante
"Real Estate News that matter to you!"

Tune in every Sunday at 11am as Andrey Bustamante, CEO and Broker of Bustamante Real Estate, hosts this call-in talk show and answers your questions concerning the real estate market.  Andrey uses his local expertise and extensive real estate experience to inform listeners on the latest and most relevant market trends including luxury properties, foreclosures, short sales, investments, as well as the benefits of buying vs. renting and much more. Andrey will also discuss how he can sell your home quicker and for more money Guaranteed or he will buy it cash.  Celebrities like Jim Turner and Sean Hannity endorse and trust Andrey’s real estate advice and you can too.

 

Topics Include:

  • Local Real Estate Market Trends
  • Current Market Statistics
  • Luxury Market News
  • Short Sales
  • Loan Modifications
  • Foreclosures
  • Investing in Real Estate
  • Not all Realtors are the same! What should I look for in a Realtor
  • Title Insurance and Closing Costs
  • Property Management
  • What to look for in a Lender
  • Choosing the right loan
  • Best time to buy or sell
  • Buying a Foreclosure Property
  • Buying a HUD Home
  • Top 3 things necessary to sell your home for top dollar
  • Paying cash vs. financing
  • How to avoid foreclosures
  • How to build your credit to buy your property
  • Benefits of Homeownership
  • Real Estate Misconceptions
  • How to sell in a Down Market
  • Should I sell now or wait?
  • Benefits of buying now
  • Guaranteed Sale Program
  • Love it or Leave it Program

About Your Host:
Andrey Bustamante of Bustamante Real Estate is one the most dynamic and innovative real estate professionals in the Country.  In 2010, he was named Realtor Magazine's "30 under 30".  This award is given to the top 30 agents in the nation who have demonstrated professionalism, excellence and leadership in the field as well as in their communities. His experience, education and involvement have positioned him as a leader in the industry.  Andrey's advice is highly regarded and he's regularly quoted in real estate magazines, newspapers, and television stations have recently begun to feature him on their shows.  His goal is to positively impact the lives of others while making a contribution to the community.  In the past 3 years, he and his group of professionals at Bustamante Real Estate have assisted more than 500 families with their real estate transactions. 

Real Estate Specific Information

  • Certified Residential Specialist
  • Candidate for the Graduate of Real Estate Institute Designation
  • Accredited Buyer Representative
  • Accredited Seller Representative
  • Senior Real Estate Specialist
  • Accredited Luxury Home Marking Specialist
  • Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist
  • Certified Distressed Property Expert

Our Performance Guarantees

  • Guaranteed Sale Program - If they don't sell your home they will buy it.
  • Effective Marketing - Nobody will market your home better than they will. 
  • Love it or Leave it Program - If you buy a home from me and don't fall in love with it I will sell it for free!
  • Easy Exit Listing - Not happy? Cancel the contract - If you are not 100% satisfied with our services you can cancel the agreement.

 

“Hey your friend Sean Hannity to tell you when it comes to  making money buying or selling a home no Realtor has their hand on the pulse of the real estate market like Andrey Bustamante of Bustamante Real Estate and Host of the Real Estate Power Hour every Sunday at 3pm.  His local and International marketing system is so effective he can guarantee to sell your home at a price and deadline you agree to or he will have it bought for cash!  Every week on the Real Estate Power Hour Andrey takes on questions, breaks down how he’s selling homes faster and for more money by attracting hundreds of buyers and creating demand for his homes. ” 

 

"So you've been trying to sell your home but months have gone by and nothing has happened.  This is Jim Turner, you know buying or selling a home doesn't have to be a roll of the dice.  Andrey Bustamante of Bustamante Real Estate has a system for selling homes that not only sells them on deadline but for the most money possible.  Andrey's system is so efficient he can even guarantee to sell your home at a price and deadline you agree to or Andrey will buy your home.  Proof is in the sales, the average agent in Orlando sells 5 homes per year, Andrey sold over 250 homes last year and out produces 99% of agents in Florida month after month.  Working with Andrey is risk free, if you're not happy Andrey lets you fire him and you pay nothing. Listen to Andrey right live on WDBO every Sunday at 3pm on The Real Estate Power Hour. 

 

Contact Andrey Bustamante:

Andrey Bustamante
Bustamante Real Estate
3980 Town Center Blvd
Orlando, Florida 32837
Toll Free: 1.800.269.4020
Office: 407.857.5900

More info about Bustamante Real Estate

 

The Latest Headlines You Need To Know

  • The National Women's March continued over the weekend, and people started showing up at Lake Eola in downtown Orlando as early as 8 a.m. on Sunday to join the cause.   Some of those in attendance include people from the Time's Up and Me Too Movements. Demonstrators held up signs about women's rights and say they're fed up with sexual harassment and assault. They also are calling for racial equality and environmental reform.      Hundreds of women and women also attended a Women's March in Melbourne Saturday afternoon. Demonstrators of all ages marched along the Eau Gallie Causeway, across the Indian River Lagoon.    Many carried signs with quotes of empowerment, along with some obscenities.    This is the second year for the march, which also lands on the one year mark that President Trump has been in office.
  • At least 48 people have been displaced after a fire occurred at the Windsor Cove apartments Saturday morning.   Firefighters say the fire broke out at 1470 Mercy Drive around 10am. Investigators say it started on accident when a child was using a space heater to light a paper on fire. 30 of the 48 displaced residents were children. One of those children were treated for smoke inhilation, but no one was injured.      The American Red Cross was notified and deployed an emergency response vehicle and supplied 11 families with personal hygiene kits, support to replace medication and money to find a hotel to stay in temporarily.    The Fire Department says all 12 units in the building were evacuated because the power was turned off due to fire damage to the electrical system.    Some residents will be able to return home once the system is fixed, but for others, it may take longer.
  • Two people were shot, leaving one dead and another in the hospital in Southwest Orlando on Saturday night.    At 8:47 p.m., deputies responded to the 1000 block of 23rd Street in reference to a report of gunshots. Upon arrival, deputies located two victims, a white female and a black male, who were suffering from gunshot wounds.    Both victims were transported by Orange County Fire Rescue to ORMC, but the female, identified as 51 year old Kelly Lee Foley, died from her injuries. Detectives are seeking information on a vehicle that looks like this. It is reference to an older model red or maroon Dodge Ram van with a camper top and possible damage to the right tail light area. The suspect is described as a black or Hispanice male, bald with light complexion, between the ages of 45 to 50, and is 5’9’’ weighing 180 pounds with black plastic framed glasses. If you have any information about this case, you are asked to contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS(8477). There is a reward up to 5,000 dollars.
  • A new ad released by President Donald Trump's campaign is claiming that Democrats are “complicit” in killings by undocumented immigrants. The ad was released after Senate Democrats opposed a short-term spending bill to keep the government from shutting down. >> Click here to watch “President Trump is right — build the wall, deport criminals, stop illegal immigration now,” the ad said, showing clips of top Democrats. “Democrats who stand in our way will be complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants.” >> Trump cancels Florida trip as government shutdown looms “President Trump will fix our border and keep our families safe,” the ad concluded. The ad was released on the one-year anniversary of Trump’s inauguration. >> Government shutdown: What closes; will you get your Social Security check; what happens to SNAP, WIC On Friday, Senate Democrats opposed a short-term spending bill to fund the government and keep it from shutting down after Republicans refused to include a provision to protect thousands of immigrants brought here as children. >> Read more trending news  President Trump bashed Democrats after the failed vote, saying that they wanted “unchecked illegal immigration.” “Democrats are holding our Military hostage over their desire to have unchecked illegal immigration. Can’t let that happen!” he tweeted Saturday morning. Earlier on Saturday, he again bashed Democrats, tweeting that they were more “concerned with Illegal Immigrants than they are with our great Military or Safety at our dangerous Southern Border.” (H/t: The Hill)
  • David and Louise Turpin are facing a string of charges, including torture, after police say the couple kept their 13 children locked away in subhuman conditions in their Perris, California, home. On Thursday, the Turpins made their first court appearance. >> Watch the video here >> On Rare.us: Here’s what the children in the California torture house did to cope with the alleged abuse David Turpin appeared in chains, wearing a lavender shirt and black jacket while his wife sat nearby, also in chains and a black jacket. The Turpins entered not guilty pleas to all of the charges, some of which date back to 2010. The district attorney says the couple is facing 94 years to life in prison if convicted on all counts. >> Dogs found in perfect condition in home where 13 siblings held captive During the arraignment, the Turpins were quiet and spoke only to say they acknowledged their right to a speedy preliminary hearing, CBS reports. They will appear in court again on Feb. 23, and their bail was set at $13 million. District Attorney Mike Hestrin said in a press conference, “As a prosecutor, there are cases that stick with you, that will haunt you. Sometimes, in this business, we’re faced with looking at human depravity, and that’s what we’re looking at here.” Authorities said the parents were able to keep their children hidden away by listing their home as a private school. Some of the kids, who ranged in ages from 2 to 29, reportedly didn’t know what a police officer was. The children were only allowed to eat once a day and shower twice a year, authorities said. However, the parents reportedly did allow them to keep journals, and authorities said the kids filled hundreds of notebooks. Those have not been released and are still being reviewed by law enforcement. The children are currently being cared for in the hospital, authorities said. The Riverside University Health System has set up a fund for the children that will go to their long-term needs, according to a press release. The hospital said the children have already seen a tremendous outpouring of support. >> Read more trending news  Brian Rokos of the Press-Enterprise was present at the hearing and reported that David Turpin is being represented by a public defender, while Louise Turpin has outside counsel. During Thursday’s arraignment, the public defender requested that media be banned from the trial, but the judge shot that down. Rokos said reporters from around the world were in the courtroom. The Turpins' lawyers have not announced whether they will try to have the case moved out of Riverside County.