Monthly Archives: September 2010

Some options to avoid foreclosure

Home foreclosures have become quite common in the past few years.  Too many people used alternative loan programs such as ARMs (Adjustable Rate Mortgages) and stated income loans (also known as no-doc loans and liars loans) to purchase more home … Continue reading

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Save money on home heating this winter

I hate to be the bearer of bad  news, but it’s starting to get cold at night!  Here are a couple of simple tips that can save you money this winter: Each degree the thermostat is set below 70 degrees … Continue reading

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This month in real estate newsletter & video

This Month in Real Estate September 2010 …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Market Update The housing market was off to a rocky start as the second half of the year began. Much of the volatility, however, was anticipated and attributed to the now-expired tax … Continue reading

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How do interest rates affect your mortgage payment, and should you buy now?

Interest rates are at an all time low, with 30 year fixed rate mortgages ranging between 4.25% and 4.5% for the past month. Even with these incredible interest rates, buyers are still waiting for the housing prices to decrease. The … Continue reading

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