Posted on September 20, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers, Homeowners, Ideas & Information, Real Estate News & Updates, Tips, Uncategorized, US Housing News | Tags: , , , , , , , |


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Everyone is aware of our economic crise’s and nationwide residential home foreclosures and commercial loan foreclosures, that are having a devastating impact on our financial system. Congress has stepped in and has been trying to work with residential homeowners, but the crisis still exists and now the commercial loan sector is experiencing unprecedented defaults.

Experts are estimating that two-thirds of all commercial real estate loans due in the next few years will become delinquent and will lead to foreclosure and financial ruin for banks, servicers and insurance holding companies and for the property owner as well.The market has changed. The commercial vacancy rate has risen to the highest rate since the ‘90s. With vacancy rates high and climbing, landlords not collecting rents, shoppers not spending, real market rents lower than originally forecasted and strong signs that inflation will soon be running rampant. Experts are predicting that, due to these problems and more on the horizon, within the next few years, commercial real estate owners will encounter the same problems currently facing homeowners.

If your facing foreclosure now, it’s the time to decide what is the next action to do before it’s too late. You have to look for a new resolution and stop foreclosure to happen. Join others that make their solutions to their crisis and continue in living with peace in your heart and mind. You need to find people that can help you with this problem. Whom you can trust that have great expertise in dealing with foreclosure problems. Their are many tips you need to follow how to fix problem like this and this Professional will help you and guide you!

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Be Ready To Buy A New Home!

Posted on September 14, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers, Homeowners, Ideas & Information, Tips, Uncategorized, US Housing News | Tags: , , , , , , , |

My New Home

If you have chosen your new home, there should be no hesitation to buy that one. because there will be other buyers waiting to grab up the same deal you just found.

Home buyer must have understanding with the current market conditions and presenting a property to showcase its unique real estate value. Here is the time that you need the real estate professionals to guide you with your decision. With the right team, the right attitude and marketing strategies, buyers who are actively searching will trust them and stimulate their interest to be more positive about that new home.

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” Are You Ready To Jump Into Home Ownership But Need A Little Push? “

Posted on August 23, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers, Homeowners, Ideas & Information, Tips | Tags: , , , , , |

” Are You Ready To Jump Into Home ownership But Need A Little Push? “

by Janet Rand on Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 8:16am

Some skydivers jump out of the plane on their own. Others—especially first-timers—need a little encouragement. They’ve planned to jump. They want to jump. But when they stand in front of that open door, they freeze.

Maybeyou’ve been taking steps toward buying a home and now you’re frozen. If you’re looking for a little encouragement, I can give you advice.

It’s Good To Be In Texas

If you’re skittish due to the financial and real estate markets of the past few years, take a closer look at the numbers in Texas. What’s interesting is what you won’t find. You won’t see the big run up in real estate prices and subsequent collapse that occurred in places like California, Nevada, Michigan, and Florida.

A nice selection is out there. In most Texas cities, there’s a fairly balanced real estate market. It may tip toward buyers here or sellers there, but you won’t find many spots where bidding wars and offers above the asking price are the norm. You might qualify for buyer assistance. There are dozens of buyer-assistance programs available across the state. You can find out if you qualify for one by visiting our website, /

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Posted on July 28, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , |

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We are all learning that: “An investment you can touch, is a financial future you can hold.”

Posted on May 16, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , |

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Essential Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Posted on March 22, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Before purchasing a new home, there are few things you need to keep in mind. Here is a check list for home buying.

– One of the essential factors that affect your home buying decision is price. Yet most forget to check if they are purchasing at a rate at par with current real estate trends. Hence, people especially first time home buyers much check prevailing rates in your area. You can get all the information on websites like Zillow and Homegain. If these don’t sound quite reliable, you can check the official website of National Association of Realtors.

– It becomes very difficult for first time home buyers to repay the mortgage, research says. This happens because of inadequate research and planning. Hence, it’s wise to calculate the monthly amount they will be able to repay. There are various mortgage calculators on the web available today.

– Another thing people often fail to consider is the total cost involved in buying a new home. Along with the cost of home, buyer has to pay many types of taxes and insurance to own the house. This may sound quite insignificant, but these things can cost you dearly. In few areas, taxes are twice the mortgage amount. You don’t want to fall into such traps, do you?

To avoid such consequences, you can call up the local insurer and check how much insurance will be required for your property. However, finding information on taxes is quite simpler. Log on to Zillow and check how much you will be taxed and where to find a place with comparatively lower prices.

– However, the above costs are just a part of the whole. You will incur many other expenses, which can be summed up as settling costs. There are lender fees, home owner association fees, settlement, and title fees. So, make sure you have included all these costs in your budget. A First-time home buyer must keep this in mind.

– Fannie Mae suggests you must plan a budget before you plan to relocate. This is because there are lolls of other costs incurred when you first move to your new place. And approximately 30% of you income is spent on it, which can ultimately earn you a title of ‘house poor’.

– Spend some time researching on the local information. It’s advisable to know about the local weather, change in temperatures, movement of real estate prices, etc.

– People believe house is a long term investment. It essentially is till the time you maintain your costs effectively. However, if you fail to manage these expenses, you will end up paying more than you will earn, in long term.

So, buying a home is certainly good news. But not considering these points can transform it into a bad news and eventually, a bad deal. These are must-follow tips for first time home buyers.

by stephanie johns

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