Tag Archives: Foreclosure

Survey: Homeownership still seen as enviable goal

The vast majority of Americans who do not own a home still see homeownership as a praiseworthy goal, despite the damage wrought by the subprime mortgage crisis. Click here to read article.

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How to Buy an REO Property

Buying an REO isn’t for the faint-hearted, but if you’re willing to work with the bank, asset manager or mortgage clearing company, you may get a good deal. Click here to read article.

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Cash is King: First-Timers Give Way to Bidders Coming Out of Foreclosure

The all-cash buying real estate trend has not let up at all in 2014. In fact, most states have seen an increase in cash purchases.  Click here to read article.

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Mortgage Resource Directory

This powerful search tool can identify available mortgage finance programs in your target real estate area, saving you the time from searching countless municipal and state websites.  Click here to access.

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Shadow Inventory Lowest Since August 2008

It seems we are heading in the right direction when it comes to the real estate market’s shadow inventory.  Click here to read article.

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2012 Market Forecast from CAR’s Chief Economist

For a detailed 2012 real estate forecast, please visit Leslie Appleton-Young’s (Chief Economist at CAR) market update: Real Estate Market Update/2012 FORECAST by Leslie Appleton-Young

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