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Those who follow my posts, know that I blog primarily on my own blog, the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. The blog has been much more successful than I had ever imagined, ranking #1 in Massachusetts for Massachusetts focused law blogs. I'm so into blogging that I was asked to co-present a fr...
11/27/2009
by Richard D. Vetstein of the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog Tags:  Closings, Condominium Law, Electronic Closings, FHA, Fannie Mae, HUD, Massachusetts Real Estate Law, RESPA, Title Insurance New, sweeping changes regulating how lenders, closing attorneys and title companies disclose loan an...
11/27/2009
by Richard D. Vetstein, Esq. on November 21, 2009 on the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog Tags: Condominium Law, FHA, Fannie Mae, HUD, Massachusetts Real Estate Law, Mortgages After several revisions and delays, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has finally issued major changes to its r...
11/27/2009
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced on Friday that it will implement a 120 day delay in enforcing new, sweeping regulatory changes to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) set to go into effect January 1, 2010. The new regulations will still go into ef...
11/14/2009
Originally posted on the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog With an eye on the “volatility” of the condo market, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has backed off some of the stingy new rules for condominium lending set to be implemented Dec. 7. After a meeting with the Mortgage Bankers Ass...
11/10/2009
Originally posted on the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog A short sale is special type of real estate transaction between a homeowner, his mortgage holder, and a third party buyer. In a short sale, the homeowner’s mortgage company agrees to take less than what is owed on the outstanding mortgag...
10/31/2009
Originally posted on The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog The FHA has announced that it will again delay the implementation of the new regulations governing condominium mortgages until December 7th, 2009. The new regulations were initially proposed in June and would change the approval process ...
10/31/2009
Originally posted on The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog Today, Massachusetts Land Court Judge Keith Long reaffirmed his controversial ruling made back in March 2009 that invalidated foreclosure proceedings involving two Springfield homes because the lenders did not hold clear titles to the pr...
10/14/2009
Originally posted on the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog Breaking News: 10/1/09–The FHA Has Delayed Implementation Of New Rules Until November 2, 2009 To Coincide With Expiration of First Time Home Buyer $8,000 Tax Credit Under revised guidelines which were to be effective October 1, 2009 but...
10/02/2009
Electronic Closings (E-Closings): The Future Of Real Estate Closings originally posted on The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog An excited young couple about to close on their first home walks into into the closing attorney’s office. The day before they had received via secure email all of the ...
09/25/2009