Foreclosure activity in the greater Sacramento real estate market is down more than 20% for the first six months of 2011. This closely follows a deep trend in decreasing foreclosure filings around the country…
According to real estate data company RealtyTrac, Notice Of Default (or NOD) filings dropped to 21,721 for […]
While the Congress tries to find a solution to the debt ceiling mess, even though it has nothing to do with the debt ceiling what-so-ever, higher ups in Washington are trying to bring the mortgage interest deduction into the conversation. Opinions differ from those that want to get rid of it entirely, to […]
In a recent Press Tribune article explaining a recent 3% pay increase for certain city employees Roseville Vice-Mayor Susan Rohan confirmed some of the things I’ve been telling everyone (that is willing to listen) about Roseville of late…
Here are a few words from the article.
July 19th, 2011 | Tags: roseville jobs, roseville real estate, sacramento real estate | Category: Real Estate, |
Governor Jerry Brown just signed a new California law (SB 458) that will further protect homeowners looking at short sales by ensuring the current lien holder/servicer cannot go after the homeowner after the short-sale closes (usually done in the form of a “deficiency judgment”).
A short-sale is when the bank allows […]
Fitch Ratings confirms Roseville City School District’s General Obligation Bonds rating of ‘AA’.
If you have heard about the coming expiration of temporary higher loan limits for FHA, VA, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac mortgages put into place in 2008 as an attempt to not let the housing market in higher priced areas fall off a cliff, you may have heard reports of doom and gloom […]
Almost no money down, literally? Yes, it’s true, and there are only a few places that can offer this program. What I’m talking about is the CHF Platinum Program (some companies have decided to rename it their own name to make it seem like something special only they can do for you, such […]