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RECENT BLOG POSTS
I am pleased to announce that the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) made the decision to streamline their short sale process in an effort to help more homeowners avoid foreclosure! Starting on June 15th, real estate agents who are working with distressed homeowners whose loans are backed by ...
Thanks for tuning back in to my 5 part series of the Life of a Short Sale! Parts 4 and 5 really go together – the wait and the closing. There are two things you should remember about a short sale: The potential for savings for both a buyer and a seller are incredible; and The process can take a...
Last October I sat down it the dining room of a client to conduct a listing presentation. Sitting across the table was a woman who looked defeated--like she was going to break down into tears. My client, I will call her Judy, said, “I can’t believe this is happening to me. Do you really think ...
The short sale process truly is much like a normal home sale. You still list your home with a Realtor. You then market the property and reduce the price if necessary to get an offer. The big difference is that once you receive an offer on your home, the offer price must be approved by your len...
There are many, many reasons that can be used to explain the current mortgage situation in America today. So you are truly not alone in thinking, “Why Me?” The reality is that there are thousands of US homeowners, just like you, that are in financial distress due to real estate. And, this numb...
The answer to that is YES!!!! The short sale niche is certainly growing in importance and popularity in our real estate community today. Banks and lenders are overwhelmed with foreclosed properties. So what are they doing? To save themselves money and the legalities involved in a foreclosure...
Nice lot located in Berwick, Maine. Lot has public eater and sewer in place. Great spot for a mobile home and no park fees.
Although the real estate market was tough in 2008 as you will see below, 105 homes sold in the Kittery area. People still have to move and homes still do sell regardless of the market. With that said, here is A Little Perspective on the Real Estate Market: • More than 1000 banks closed in 1930...
Although the real estate market was tough in 2008 as you will see below, 270 homes sold in the Hampton area. People still have to move and homes still do sell regardless of the market. With that said, here is A Little Perspective on the Real Estate Market: • More than 1000 banks closed in 1930...