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Short Sale : How Do I Write A Hardship Letter?

Short SaleThere are alternatives to bankruptcy or foreclosure for home owners who can no longer afford to keep mortgage payments current – It’s called a “short sale”. A short sale is when a property is sold for less than its remaining mortgage principal balance, and executed as a way for both the existing homeowner and mortgage lender to cut their respective losses.

Typically, although not always, short sales are reserved for situations of extreme financial hardship; just prior a bank beginning foreclosure proceedings.

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A Recovery in the Housing Market in Sacramento, on Whose Planet?

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Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Mortgage Blog

 

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Will Home Values Rise in 2012?

Will your home gain value over the next 12 months? Nobody can know for sure, of course, but should recent housing trends continue, there’s concrete cause for optimism.

The housing economy has suffered since 2007, knocking home values down nearly 20% nationwide. Here in Sacramento, the hit has been much larger (30% to 50%). And while some areas have fared better as compared to others, in general, home values are down. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Posted by on January 13, 2012 in Housing Analysis, Rankings

 

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Housing And Mortgage : The Experts Make Their 2012 Predictions

What's next for housing in 2012As the new year begins, there are no shortage of stories telling us what to expect in 2012. Housing finished 2011 with momentum and mortgage rates closed at the lowest rates of all time.

Some expect those trends to continue through the first quarter and beyond. Others expect a rapid reversal.

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Posted by on January 4, 2012 in The Economy

 

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