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Weekly News REcap 12-2-2011

Happy December everyone! I can’t believe the year is almost at an end (we won’t mention that I am completely unprepared for the holidays either). Here is what has been happening in the real estate market this week. Foreclosure Moratorium for the Holidays. Some lenders are finding kindness in their heart to put in place…

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What’s in Your Problem-Solving Tool Box?

A client told me a few days ago that I have one of the hardest jobs, and she doesn’t know how I do it every day. She was referring to the difficult situations I face daily in regards to short sales, short sale lenders, and getting buyers qualified to buy properties. There are some days,…

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A Double-Dip, with Chocolate Please

It’s official: we are headed toward a double-dip in the housing market; some areas are there already. The second dip is not as bitter as the first, in fact it may tend to be sweet for many, so rather than feel terrified like we did the first time, this is the time to take a…

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Real Estate News in a Flash

More Homeowners Refinancing into Shorter-Term Mortgages. A new study recently revealed that many homeowners are refinancing into shorter term loans. The advantage is that the mortgage will be paid off in a short time, which is appealing to those who face retirement in the next 10-15 years. Some rates are as low as 2.99 or…

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House Flipping is Back in Style

Back in the boom of the early 2000s house flipping was all the rage. People had to put down little money to purchase homes at low prices, fix them up and sell them for profit. Many investors were born during those times. When the market started to dive investors all but disappeared from the radar…

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