The gov recently announced some great changes to the Home Affordable Refinancing Program (HARP). The updates to the program are aimed at those who have spent the years since the recession began keeping up with their mortgage payments as others walked away (read why “walking away” is a misnomer here and here) from […]
This month the FHA has reported to Congress that the MMI Fund (Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund), the backbone of its mortgage programs and what makes FHA mortgages possible, is going to return to its mandated capital reserve level faster than previously expected.
Currently the MMI Fund’s capital reserve ratio is 0.24% […]
Just as the Christmas season, and all the shopping it already brings in Roseville, begins Big Lots is opening a new location in Roseville (I see it almost every day off of 65 going to and from my house). This is the 12th Big Lots in the area and the 2nd in Roseville […]
The Keep Your Home California program has increased benefits and expanded eligibility in order to help more homeowners having trouble making their mortgage payments keep their homes.
The program has not only relaxed some restrictions on who qualifies but has extended the length of time currently unemployed homeowners can receive […]
A quarter of monthly double digit sales increases? Might be hard to believe with all the bad news we’re bombarded with every day, but it is 100% true. It’s been three straight months of at least 10% sales increases, that’s monthly, for the greater Sacramento area.
1,746 homes were sold in […]