STOP FORECLOSURE!

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

STOP FORECLOSURE!

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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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Facing Foreclosure?

Posted on September 1, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers, Homeowners, Ideas & Information, Real Estate News & Updates, Tips, Uncategorized, US Housing News | Tags: , , , , , , , , |


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Best Places in Texas

Posted on August 31, 2010. Filed under: Homebuyers, Homeowners, Ideas & Information, Real Estate News & Updates, Tips, Uncategorized, US Housing News | Tags: , , , , , , |

Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth has been selected as one of the Best Places to Retire for Republicans. Temperatures in the city reflect Texas’s legendary heat, ranging from the 30s and 40s in the winter to the 80s and 90s in the summer. Fort Worth is the western anchor of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex. While the city is known for its cattle-driven history, today aerospace, energy, and technology drive its economy.

Call it a cow town with a bit of an edge. Fort Worth, a city decidedly partial to the cattle-skull-and-cowboy-hat traditions of its roots as a Civil War-era livestock hub, continues to grow because of a diverse group of modern industries. The city consistently ranks well in livability surveys and enjoys a thriving cultural scene. While the stockyards historic district draws raucous crowds to the likes of Billy Bob’s Texas (billed as the world’s largest honky-tonk), Fort Worth also boasts one of Texas’s most walkable downtowns. The Sundance Square area is home to both the city’s best sushi and the Philip Johnson-designed Fort Worth Water Gardens.

For a city its size (population 610,534), Fort Worth also packs an artistic punch. It is home to two world-class art museums, the Kimbell Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which have notable works by Richard Serra and Philip Guston. The city also has a top-notch performance space, the Bass Performance Hall, which hosts the annual Van Cliburn international piano competition. The Fort Worth Zoo and Botanic Gardens deserve an honorable mention as well, as do several museums devoted to Fort Worth’s history, including the Cattle Raisers Museum and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.

For college football fans, there’s Texas Christian University’s Horned Frogs (the team plays in the Mountain West conference), and the university offers other NCAA events as well. In the professional arena, Fort Worth’s proximity to Dallas puts the Mavericks, Cowboys, Rangers, and Stars within easy driving distance. For local fans, the Fort Worth Cats play baseball at LaGrave Field near the stockyards.

U.S. News Editorial Pick: Best Places to Retire for Republicans

There are few states redder than the Lone Star State, and Fort Worth is unique among America’s larger cities when it comes to a hefty right-leaning bent. Nearly two thirds of its residents identify themselves as Republican.

Fort Worth Schools:

Colleges in Forth Worth include Texas Wesleyan University and Texas Christian University, plus smaller institutions like the College of St. Thomas More and a campus of the University of Texas at Arlington. The University of North Texas Health Science Center is the city’s only medical school.

Fort Worth Health Care:

The 16 hospitals and 60 clinics in the city limits include Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, which was awarded the 2008–09 Consumer Choice Award by the National Research Corp. and has held the title for 13 years. Other large hospitals include the JPS Health Network, which last year moved into its new Patient Care Pavilion, a 233,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art emergency and acute-care facility with 12 operating rooms. The Baylor All Saints Medical Center has a fast-growing maternity center and organ transplant services, and the Cook Children’s Health Care System is known for pediatric expertise.

Fort Worth Jobs:

For decades, jobs in Fort Worth have been less about herds of cattle and more about fleets of planes. It’s an aerospace and airline town, with large area employers including American Airlines, Lockheed Martin Tactical Aeronautics Co., and Bell Helicopter. Military contracts are important to some of these companies. But a variety of companies like Burlington Northern railroad and RadioShack have corporate headquarters here, as do retailer Pier 1 Imports and drugmaker Alcon, which bases its U.S. operations in the city. Fort Worth’s position near the Barnett Shale natural gas field also means jobs in energy, and high-tech manufacturing and tourism contribute to the economy as well. The median household income is $41,002.

The median home price in Fort Worth is $128,500. The slump in residential home prices has been less severe than in many other parts of the country as the city and much of Texas managed to skirt the more extreme excesses of the real estate boom and bust. Office vacancies in downtown Fort Worth have held up relatively well also. They’re less than half the rate of nearby Dallas.

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