Jeffrey Landers

Jeff Landers joins Vesta as a seasoned Real Estate expert with over 30 years of experience working with prestigious companies such as Metropolitan Life, Merrill Lynch, Coldwell Banker, and others.

In 2010, Jeff founded Bedrock Divorce Advisors, LLC, working exclusively with women undergoing a financially complicated divorce. Dealing with the marital home is almost always a significant issue in divorce. Jeff’s strong background and know-how have guided hundreds of women all over the U.S. through the complex process of selling their marital home or buying out their spouse and refinancing the mortgage, so they can keep and remain in their homes.

Jeff has written six published books with 15,000+ copies sold nationwide focusing on the financial aspects of divorce for women, as well as contributing articles regularly to Forbes.com, The Huffington Post, DailyWorth, More.com, Lawyers.com, and many other online publications.

Jeff is a go-to expert for women’s financial aspects of divorce, interviewed extensively by CBS and FOX Television News, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, The Miami Herald, Smart Money, Consumer Reports, and The Christian Science Monitor.

To date, Jeff’s most proud accomplishments are orchestrating his amicable divorce after 34 years of marriage and remaining friends with his ex-spouse.

Jeff earned his B.A. degree in Psychology from Columbia University and studied Law at Pace University School of Law before becoming a Divorce Financial Advisor. He is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™), Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP™), and Licensed Real Estate and Mortgage Broker.

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Email: landers@nextactproperties.com

Tel: 800-795-2445

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