The state of California has rewritten and re-established last year’s $10,000 home buyer tax credit, allocating $200 million to the credit for homes purchased between May 1, 2010 and August 1, 2011. The credit is worth up to 5% of the purchase price, up to a maximum of $10,000, and is spread out over three […]
– All borrowers’ birth certificates will be required with pictures taken in the hospital with medical staff. Birth certificate with a live home delivery will not be eligible for first time home buyers.
– Marriage certificate with bridal dress will be required if both husband and wife are required to qualify for the loan.
News on the short-sale front? News straight from Washington? It looks like the long rumored short sale streamline process is finally on it’s way. This could be big news for Sacramento and the entire California Real Estate Market. Check out all the information in this article from the NY Times.
With so many homeowners underwater I hear daily about people “walking away” from their homes, as if it was such an easy decision to make. Maybe it is? With it becoming so commonplace these days maybe it is an easy decision to walk away from your home and mortgage when you owe more […]