It’s a Buyers’ Market for Real Estate Investors, too

Turn on any financial news program and at some point you’ll hear the experts extolling the virtues of diversification. Real estate, even through the market downturn, has long been considered a conservative, long-term strategy to growing wealth. In fact, that very downturn has created a historic buying opportunity for potential homebuyers and investors alike. The … Continue reading

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Timing Couldn’t Be Much Better for First-time Homebuyers

interest rates are hovering near all-time lows, home-price affordability is near all-time highs and a third factor – Congress’ extension of the first-time homebuyer tax credit until April 30

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Owning a home has its benefits

Opportunity is knocking for those considering homeownership for the first time. Historically low interest rates, lower home prices in most markets and the first-time homebuyer tax credit – part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 – brought first-timers to the market in droves throughout the year. In fact, these consumers represented about … Continue reading

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Homebuyer Tax Credit Provides Incentives for Buyers

With low interest rates and an abundance of inventory buyers are seeing that now is the time to buy. And for those who were previously on the fence, the recently extended 2009 first-time homebuyer tax credit is becoming the incentive they need, allowing buyers to save thousands on a new home this year. “The $8,000 … Continue reading

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I want a house with equity! What’s the value of this home?

Equity is a position directly related to perceived value in a specific time.  Those who had equity 2 or 3 years ago may now have none.  If the appraiser values it for more than the sale price then the lender will have perceived equity; as the appraisal is specifically for the lender in a specific … Continue reading

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Short Sale Process – What Should I Ask My Attorney?

The short sale process includes many steps that are not in traditional sales.  If you are considering a short sale you will need to contact financial, tax and legal professionals for qualified advice.  A real estate agent with short sale experience is typically preferable as well.  As the seller, you also need to know if your loan is a recourse … Continue reading

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Homebuyer Tax Credit Extended and Expanded

  Congress heard you on the need to both extend and expand the homebuyer tax credit to continue stimulating the housing sector of the economy. The Senate voted 98-0 on Wednesday and yesterday the House voted 403-12 on legislation that includes the extension and expansion of the credit. The President is expected to sign the … Continue reading

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Keep your plane at home – Enjoy this private airpark with paved runway and hanger

One and a half story home on a basement in an airpark community. The home is located on three private acres with a personal hanger. 40′ x 50′ hanger includes office and new door. The paved runway and taxi way are convenient and your hanger will allow usage of your plane at a moments notice, … Continue reading

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