via mortgageorb.com BA’s recent announcement may be too little too late and not be available for the majority of Central Valley Homeowners. We do not expect the number of Stockton foreclosures and Stockton short sales to be decreased dramatically. Stay tuned! Posted via web from www.Homes-In-Stockton.com Posterous
Monthly Archives:: March 2010
Wondering if you are eligible for a HAMP loan modification?
I receive many calls from homeowners wondering if they are available for the HAMP program. Click here to visit the HAMP web site and take the test to determine eligibility. Posted via email from www.Homes-In-Stockton.com Posterous
Californians State Tax Consequences for Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Still Undecided
Many California residents that have lost homes do not realize the State has not yet followed the Federal Government in providing tax relief on the short sale, deed in lieu and foreclosure deficiency. Click here to read the full story. Pat Holkesvig & Your Home Team process more Stockton Short Sales, Tracy Short Sales, Lodi […]
February Notice of Defaults up almost 20% in California
The housing market in California continues to have record numbers of foreclosures. View article…
Factors to Consider When Determining if now is the Time to Buy Real Estate
I think prices may still decrease by 10 – 15% as REO and short sale inventory increases and the number of first time home buyer transactions decrease. The higher end could see even higher adjustments as the result of increasing distressed sales. 5 & 7 year ARMs are resetting in bulk this year and next. […]
Is the California Housing Market Different from the Rest of the Country?
Interesting article on housewire.com regarding California’s “innovative” mortgage products. Click here to read the full story. Posted via email from www.Homes-In-Stockton.com Posterous
Round 2! Foreclosures expected to increase. Expect negative impact on housing market.
The recent positive housing market news is temporary. Banks have been sitting on inventory and stalling foreclosures but the game plan is coming to an end. Expect inventory levels to increase and price to go down. We are in for a bumpy ride. Read the Washington Post’s article on the subject http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/03/11/AR2010031104866.html Posted via email […]
Check with an attorney before pursuing a short sale prior to filing bankruptcy
We always recommend speaking with an attorney prior to pursing a short sale. This is especially true if you are considering filing for bankruptcy. Bankrate.com recently answered a reader’s questions regarding the subject. Visit http://www.bankrate.com/finance/debt/a-short-sale-followed-by-bankruptcy.aspx to see the full article. Call us at 209-471-6516 if you are interested in discussing buying or selling a short […]
One of my buyer’s agents, Dave, will do just about anything to sell a house in the hood….locked doors & fences can’t keep him out! Posted via email from www.Homes-In-Stockton.com Posterous
$1000 to the 1st, $1000 to the 2nd and $1500 to the home owner walking away………
The Obama administration’s latest attempt to address the housing crisis will fall SHORT in my humble opinion. $1000 to the 2nds will not make a difference. Many 2nds are placed for collection. The collection companies are generally unresponsive and very demanding. An extra $1000 is not going to satisfy them. Read the full story at […]
Automated Short Sales – The Answer To Slow Approval Times?
This last month, Equator started an agent initiated short sale platform. So far, Bank of America is the first lender encouraging use of this automated program. The initial response is positive although it is cumbersome to input the file data on the front end, once the data is entered the process starts rolling. Eliminating the […]