New and Updated Real Estate News and Statistics

New and Updated Real Estate News and Statistics

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Foreclosures and bank REOs are pulling a new wave of novice investors into the market, some of whom "are just plain clueless, to put it bluntly," says Robert Cain, a long-time rental market and real estate management specialist based near Tucson, Arizona. FULL STORY ->
 
We all know that as things age, they often need replacing but sometimes homeowners neglect to take care of their home's electrical wiring and that can set them up for potential danger. Electrical consumption since the middle of the last century has increased in most homes on average about 400 percent. FULL STORY ->
 
Freddie Mac (NYSE:FRE) today released the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) in which the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 5.00 percent with an average 0.7 point for the week ending October 22, 2009, up from last week when it averaged 4.92 percent. Last year at this time, the 30-year FRM averaged 6.04 percent. FULL STORY ->
 
Peter L. Mosca shares an excerpt of an interview with John D. Williamson, President/CEO, Uvestor.com, a real estate communications platform, who details some of the 'ins and outs' of what a Short Sale business would look like, how to organize it, who should be on the team and their individual responsibilities, and basically gives an understanding so you can master the 'paper' game that's involved in creating such a system. FULL STORY ->
 
The U.S. Treasury is poised to announce a finalized plan to expand mortgage relief efforts to include short sales. FULL STORY ->
 
Financial statements Let's start with financial statements, or lack of them. Many real estate investors only track the results of their real estate investments at tax time. Instead investors should be reviewing their results by reading their financials on a monthly basis, or at a minimum on a quarterly basis. FULL STORY ->
The U.S. Treasury is poised to announce a finalized plan to expand mortgage relief efforts to include short sales.
 
Financial statements Let's start with financial statements, or lack of them. Many real estate investors only track the results of their real estate investments at tax time. Instead investors should be reviewing their results by reading their financials on a monthly basis, or at a minimum on a quarterly basis.
 
Peter L. Mosca shares an excerpt of an interview with John D. Williamson, President/CEO, Uvestor.com, a real estate communications platform, who details some of the 'ins and outs' of what a Short Sale business would look like, how to organize it, who should be on the team and their individual responsibilities, and basically gives an understanding so you can master the 'paper' game that's involved in creating such a system.
 
Many people are willing to take the risk of buying homes in high fire danger areas and one can definitely relate as the benefit of living in the hills has a great deal of attraction. Regardless, now is a very good time to remind home buyers how they can asses the potential threat posed by wildfire and make important decisions for themselves while the danger is still fresh in our minds.
 
Technological advances have forever changed our personal and professional lives, creating more targeted, individual and transparent relationships with consumers in all industries. The building industry is no different as buyers now can do more than simply imagine owning a brand new home that has been customized to their individual needs, style, and life.
 
Pending home sales have increased for seven straight months, the longest in the series of the index which began in 2001, according to the National Association of Realtors.
 
There are few things more basic to a homeowners association than the fees it takes to keep the place running. When one or more owners default in the payment of fees, the impact is felt by all
 
Where are the economy and real estate headed in the coming months? Well, we've got some mixed signals this week, but the overall trend looks encouraging.
 
On average, how many days does it take for an REO (a bank-owned foreclosed property) to sell compared to the length of time it takes for a standard or conventional sale?
 
Your home might be infested with termites, but it may be years before visible signs of damage alert you. PJ Wade cautions buyers and property owners about protecting their property and its value against the spreading problem of termites.

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