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Will the Falling Stock Market affect the Arizona Real Estate Market?

Does a bottoming out of stock prices have the same affect in the Arizona Real Estate market?   August 2015   The plummeting stock markets have stoked up a lot of fear and sucked all the oxygen out of the room when it comes to real estate and the Arizona real estate market. A falling […]

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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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2 Signs Phoenix Real Estate Will Go Up in 2015

Phoenix Real Estate showing shoots of positive growth for 2015   2014 added up to be an underwhelming news story for Phoenix real estate, especially considering its torrid reputation during the foreclosure crisis and quicker recovery on the backs of investors. Phoenicians, investors and homeowners now have an outlook to look forward to in the […]

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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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6.4 Million American Homeowners Still Have Underwater Mortgages

The US Housing market has seen some improvements in 2013 including the rising house prices and improving market demand. A lower mortgage rate and shortage of inventory have fueled the improvement throughout the year. However, a large portion of homeowners are still underwater on their mortgages, as per a recent report issued by CoreLogic.   […]

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$13 Billion Settlement from JPMorgan Too Little Too Late?

Nearly 5 years through a financial collapse, the government is punishing one of the largest firms in the nation with a seemingly exorbitant penalty. In a landmark settlement, JP Morgan Chase agreed to pay $13 billion in costs, the largest on record for any one company.   What’s now been identified as the leading cause […]

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Short Sale Still Only Option for Millions of US Homeowners

What’s spun in media garble as a housing bubble, the return of real estate, or the next boom, has overlooked (or wanted to forget) that there are still millions of homeowners nationwide that are still left facing an underwater mortgage. For those celebrating the return of equity, there are those facing foreclosure left with little […]

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National Real Estate News: Housing Affordability lowest in 5 years

According to the California Association of Realtors, there is a sharp decline in the house affordability in the state. Somewhat similar reports are confirmed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) as well as Wells Fargo Bank at the National Level.   According to the Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) of Well Fargo and NAHB, […]

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Strong Appreciation in Home Prices during 2nd Quarter

According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) records, the home prices are following the healthy growth in the second quarter with a 2.1 percent increase in the quarter. The home prices witnessed an increase of 0.7 percent in the last month of the quarter, May-June. The FHFA made a remark that the 2nd quarter […]

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Hi Tracy, sorry took awhile to get this to you. I can't tell you how much stress we were under once the house went into foreclosure. All the mail, phone calls, and it made it more confusing because it seemed like there were alot of "what ifs" and people telling us they could help. I called you and we felt really good about how honest you were. You and your team took the time to answer every single question we had and what was best was the quickness everything got done. I get that Desert schools isn't easy to work with because I had been dealing with them and Ocwen for months on my own. The fact that now we don't owe any money and no taxes and they can't come after us for anything is, like you said, a miracel. I don't wish this stuff on anybody but I would be happy to recommend you guys to people that may need this type of hlep. Your welcome to use this written testimonial. Be blessed - M

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