Have We Found the Bottom to the Housing Market?

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Home sales across the board, comparing 3Q2010 and 3Q2011, have increase, activity increased 1.7%, latest patterns offers signs of a finding a bottom to the housing bust. Next year, the market will continue to work through the shadow inventory of foreclosures. Banks will not flood the market with foreclosures, that would further weakening the housing […]

Lowest Inventory in Six Years

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

The total homes listed for sale continue to move downward. The latest decline in October to 3.33 million was partly seasonal, as autumn and winter months nearly always have fewer listings in comparison with spring and summer months. Still, examining listings only in the month of October (so as to get an apple-to-apple comparison), this […]

Mortgage Foreclosures: Documentation Problems

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Based on a report from the GAO, more regulatory action is coming. The report highlights a lack of consistency among mortgage servicing companies and how they handle their documentation in the foreclosure process. The Federal government has little statutory impact, most foreclosure laws are on a state level. To read more, click here. To search […]

Growing your Real Estate Practice: The Next Wave

Friday, September 17th, 2010

In the coming years, it is estimated 55M “seniors” born 1925 to 1946 (G.I. Generation, Silent Generation & Boomers) will be entering the residential housing market place. When will depended on your market but it would be wise to being your preparation now. Prepare now in order to tap into the “senior” resource by actively […]