Foreclosure and mortgage default activity continues to fall…
If you have been reading my posts for the last few years I’ve been trying to put the media’s doom and gloom into proper prospective. YES, there have been a lot of foreclosures out there.
But homes in foreclosure today don’t […]
Nothing from me today but check out this article in the Roseville Press Tribune… I don’t know how much they make a difference but little things like this are awesome in my mind and are just another way to support our HEROES after they come home from serving our country!
At the end of October there were 6.3 million homeowners currently behind on their mortgage in the US. A big number, right? However the data shows that this number has been on a steady decline for the last two years.
In just January of this year that number was closer to […]
Homes sold within Sacramento County increased by 12.5% last month per the most recent DataQuick report. 1,676 sales closed in Sacramento County in July compared to last year’s 1,490 sales.
According to the report home sales in Placer County are up by more than 10% as well (as they are in […]
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 […]
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 […]
I know a lot of you are down on the Kings with all that is going on these days, but not everyone is. For anyone interested DeMarcus Cousins will be at a free “King For A Day” rally at the Fountians next Saturday!
The events begins at 6PM and will go […]