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Is Another Housing Crisis Brewing?

Price wars mimicking actions that lead to disaster for borrowers   Spring could be blossoming more than just an improved housing market. It could be softening the provisions that have kept loose credit standards in check for several years.   To begin, the Obama administration has already announced that the Federal Housing Administration will start […]

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Homeowners Left Floating Along as Real Estate Market Stalls

Real Estate Market recovery felt by some, not by all   Although the bottoming out of the real estate market may be fading into the distant past, there is still a population of homeowners left drowning, so to speak. Although each market is different, the effects are being felt even in cities like Phoenix, Arizona, […]

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Phoenix Foreclosures Still High Despite Rebound?

Phoenix foreclosures still high according to national standards   Although the foreclosure crisis in Phoenix may seem a thing of the past, the foreclosure rate can’t be completely forgotten.   New statistics by Corelogic are highlighting an important fact: Phoenix is still one of the top areas in the country for foreclosures. In fact, Phoenix-metro […]

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Arizona Short Sale Realtor Still Helping Those in Distress

Arizona Short Sale Realtor discusses trends, profession   Local Real Estate Agent Shevon Quijano is a newly licensed agent finding her way in the world, or the Phoenix Real Estate market. With that, she’s interviewing, writing about, and sharing knowledge with top agents around the Valley.   In the not so distant past, short sales, […]

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Foreclosure Clouds Might Shower Without Congress Help

The foreclosure market has been declining at a healthy rate over the past few years, but we might witness a rebound without proper Congressional support. Congress authorized a tax exemption bill offering some relief under mortgage debt forgiveness. The bad news is that bill has expired in 2013 and has not been extended as per […]

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Lenders on the Hunt: Pursue Those Who Did a Strategic Default?

The increase in number of those who chose to do a strategic defaulter has made collection an expensive and ineffective process.   The economic downturn in 2008 was the trigger for real estate bubble, which left millions of homeowners underwater. Most of the properties lost their value and homeowners lost any potential hope of regaining […]

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Thousands default again as HAMP program limps along

  The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) was launched in the year 2009 to help house owners facing immediate foreclosure. More than 1.2 million house owners received help under the scheme. However, according to the report of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP), as many as 306,000 borrowers are re-defaulting […]

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Inventory Shortages Good News for those who need to Short Sale

Short Sale not the only option for Homeowners now that prices are up and inventory is down   After the real estate bubble burst, the median home price came down by 27.6 percent in between 2006 and 2011. Doing a short sale became the norm and the real estate market & homeowners went through a […]

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Upside Down Mortgage Leads Homeowners to Abandon Properties

When leaving becomes easier than dealing with upside down mortgage Facing foreclosure is already stressful, and if you’re living in the property, it can seem downright claustrophobic. But, those owners that try to go through the short sale process in Arizona are doing their best to exit gracefully. Other owners are simply giving up, giving […]

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By the Numbers: Short Sale, REO, and HAMP transactions in 2012

Short Sales, Loan Mods & Foreclosure Stats lend insight for 2012 & 2013   Year of the Short Sale   Many experts are calling 2012 the “year of the short sale,” mostly due to the fact that the number of short sales increased tremendously from previous years at a time when the market was gaining […]

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Made my families life easier while I got better…

I can tell you that when you first came over my husband and I were nervous recks. I had explained my situation with battling cancer, a lawsuit and then the foreclosure. The bank made us go through 5 loan mod turn downs before they would let us do anything else and i was just at wits end. I felt like after our first meeting we could breathe again and it seems like you and your group took the reins and ran with it. Even with our move out of state I felt like we were in good hands. Although it took a few months I can say its been a giant relief to know the house is sold. The cash offer really helped and your help made my families life easier while i was in and out of the hospital and getting better. Please tell the rest of your group thank you too. God bless.

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