Carmichael, CA Real Estate News

By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
I made a video this morning that some may disagree with, however, the current state of affairs makes even less sense then my propostion, so I say, this might be a good solution. Take a look now and let me know what you think.Tamara
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
If you thought B of A was going to maintain the freeze of foreclosures, that isn't the case...here's the video I just made that tells you more:
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
When I was on the phone with my lender and real estate radio co-host, Sheri Schmitz today, she was telling me about the breaking news (I don't watch the news unless I'm on it :) about some disgruntled former employee of Game Stop at the Roseville Galleria who was mad at life and set the store on fire. I know there were more details...something about kerosene, a possible bomb, and evacuating the Mall. But like us, your first thought was probably, "What in the heck are people thinking?!" It used to be a joke to say that someone went postal....and by definition, that means someone is so out of their mind with anger and rage that they failed at controlling it to the extent that they lashed out, taking whatever target, down with them. Long-time Sacramento folks will remember the time ten yea...
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
Here's my latest and greatest newsletter, October 2010 Issue, that will not only give you all of the Local (plus the whole state) of Sacramento's most recent housing trends, awesome Sacramento home buying and Sacramento home selling articles, national news, videos, and more. Please enjoy the Newsletter now and share with your friends! Be sure to tune into my local, business and marketing focused radio show, featured online each Wednesday at www.inlovewithsacto.com. We cover a bit about real estate, and lots on business and Sacramento happenings! Thanks! Tamara PS-- Looking for a home in Sacramento or the Carmichael Area? Yooooooooowzer, have I got a site for sore eyes! Sign up for your free home search here: http://BuyInSacto.com
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
Sacramento County Foreclosures, Bank Owned Homes, Short Sales (per Foreclosure Radar) Along with the Sacramento County foreclosure trends, statistics, housing data and demographics, you can review every preforeclosure, foreclosure or bank owned property by selecting a city or ZIP code in Sacramento County from the list below. For further information on specific foreclosure properties we recommend working with a local Realtor® that uses ForeclosureRadar.com, or subscribing to ForeclosureRadar.com, the professional's foreclosure service.     Some Sacramento Area Foreclosure Stats for Septermber, 2010 Sacramento Carmichael Arden Arcade Citrus Heights Fair Oaks Want to see the stats for another zip code for Sacramento Foreclosures for September, 2010? Just shoot me an email at Tamara2@surew...
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
Lots of talk, lots of hype about B of A's announcement to put a stop to foreclosures. Not only in judicial states but also non-judicial states. Since I sell houses in Sacramento, and California is a non-judicial state (meaning at one point BofA was not going to include it because in this state, a court-procedure is not needed in order for a lender to foreclose) The seemingly "good" news would be this: my Sacramento home owners who are facing foreclosure have a chance to catch their breath. My Sacramento short sellers, have time for me to sell their homes, and let's face it, ALL home owners everywhere have a chance to list and sell their home and not worry (right this second) about facing foreclosure. Here's the not so good news: first, this isn't going to last long (read the quotes belo...
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By Tamara Dorris
(Master Your Market Real Estate Coaching)
Lots of talk, lots of hype about B of A's announcement to put a stop to foreclosures. Not only in judicial states but also non-judicial states. Since I sell houses in Sacramento, and California is a non-judicial state (meaning at one point BofA was not going to include it because in this state, a court-procedure is not needed in order for a lender to foreclose) The seemingly "good" news would be this: my Sacramento home owners who are facing foreclosure have a chance to catch their breath. My Sacramento short sellers, have time for me to sell their homes, and let's face it, ALL home owners everywhere have a chance to list and sell their home and not worry (right this second) about facing foreclosure. Here's the not so good news: first, this isn't going to last long (read the quotes belo...
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