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I enjoyed the class that was presented by Alan S. Fujimoto, ESQ. in the Old Republic Title & Escrow conference room. The main take away that Alan stressed was that we should have our Japanese clientele obtain the services of an attorney fluent in real estate matters and the Japanese language to review complicated real estate contracts with them. I would definitely recommend this because if I recommend it to my English speaking clients, why wouldn't I recommend a Japanese speaking client do the same?
Anyway, while I did learn a little, I am definitely not the one to be explaining to a Japanese client how to take title. As a Realtor, I wouldn't even be telling an English speaking client how to take title. The client should seek the advice of their C.P.A or an attorney that practices in tax, real estate or trusts.
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Rick Nakama (R GRI) 808-382-6761 East Oahu Realty, Inc.
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