Roseville PD recently released data showing property crimes were actually down a full 9% in 2011 (2,945 reported in 2011 compared to 2010). While it would be nice to have an even lower number this is awesome for a city of this size and population (120,000+).
The police department’s spokesperson says property crimes far outweigh […]
If you’re unemployed and in danger of going into default on your mortgage the nation’s Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE’s), Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, are making some important changes to their foreclosure and forbearance (when the bank suspends collection of payments for a period of time, kind of like a timeout on making […]
Happy Friday everyone! I just pulled out one of my favorite books, a century-old manuscript that is both the predecessor and influence for some of the most read books of the last 100 years, such as ‘Think & Grow Rich’ (1937) and ‘The Secret’ (2006), and re-read it. ‘The Science of Getting Rich’ […]
Check out this great and fun report from the “boys in the hoods”, Brent Gove and Rob Lewis of Keller Williams Roseville. I didn’t know anything about the Roseville Sports Center and I’ve lived in Roseville for almost 25 years… Now I want to go climb that wall!
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The median sales price for homes in Roseville CA for the period of Sep 11 to Nov 11, 2011 was $253,000. This represents an increase of 3.3%, or $8,000, compared to the prior quarter, however median sales price simply isn’t as much of a telling statistic as most of the media portrays it […]
Interest rates on homes continue their downward trend. GSE Freddie Mac reported that the average 30-year fixed-mortgage rate sank to 3.91% last week, setting an all-time record low. 15-year fixed rates settled in at a historic low at 3.21%.
To put the declines into perspective, today’s homebuyers are paying over $1,200 less per year on […]