Sharon's Blog on Bank Foreclosures and REO properties

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Over the next 2 years bank foreclosures and REO homes as well as short sales are going to be an all time high. Our office has been successful in helping home owners avoid foreclosure by doing short sales. Investers & owner occupied can take advantage of these bargain prices.

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2015 

A boring bedroom could lead to other boring pursuits in the room. Or even poor sleeping patterns. Time for a re-do? Excellent. Let's consider some options. Get a new headboard You don't need a whole new bed to create a luxurious bedroom space. You don't need to spend a whole bunch of money either...
07/30/2015
The square footage of a home can work for or against you as a seller. Buyers tend to think bigger is better, but your smaller home may actually feel more spacious than one that has a bigger footprint. Or your large home may actually be more livable than lavish square footage would suggest. So how...
07/30/2015
Giant hogweed sounds like something from a Harry Potter novel, but you won't get magical powers from this invasive plant. Instead, you could get a nasty skin rash and be told -- like a Renfrew, Ont. women was this summer -- to avoid direct sunlight for as long as three years.The CBC reported that...
07/29/2015
Question: Our board is concerned about some of the structural changes made by owners like cutting concrete foundations, moving walls and plumbing modifications that tie into the main lines. Is there a statute of limitations to bring action against an owner for illegal or unapproved modifications?...
07/29/2015
Remember the old rollover? It provided a tax benefit for those of us who sold and then bought principal residences before 1997. That old friend is no longer with us. However, for many taxpayers who are now considering selling a home, its memory lingers on - and can haunt them financially. The rol...
07/29/2015
Last month's California Supreme Court decision (California Building Industry Association (CBIA) v. City of San Jose, June 15, 2015) will make it easier for California cities and counties to pass inclusionary zoning ordinances. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD...
07/22/2015
Determined to get a great buy and save money when you purchase a new or resale home or condominium? Most of your "money" challenge rests, not with the purchase price, but with the cost of borrowing money to buy. Saving a few thousand on the purchase price, but jumping into a mortgage without any ...
07/22/2015
Question: My husband and I have recently retired, and are supplementing our income by giving music lessons in our home. Recently, the Board of Directors of our condominium association has advised us that our legal documents specifically state that our unit can only be used for residential purpose...
07/22/2015
Credit is a little tighter than it used to be, but if you believe that you have to have 20% down and perfect credit to buy a home, you may be pleasantly surprised.Bank loans are available with as little as zero down and a funding fee that can be rolled into the loan that are guaranteed through th...
07/08/2015
Working from home is both a luxury and a curse. Sure, you don't have to fight with traffic or even get dressed in the morning, but the line between home and work can begin to blur to the point where you're not sure if you're working from home or living at work. Additionally, it is much easier to ...
07/08/2015
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Kansas City is a very good area for investers in both single family homes to apartment & commercial buildings.We have lots of inventory for residential and commercial listings.