Monthly Archives: August 2011

Foreclosures Are Down and Preforeclosures Discounts Are Up

The housing market appears to becoming more efficient RealtyTrac reported that the share of homes in some stage of foreclosure dropped 5 percent from the first quarter of this year to 31 percent in the second quarter. Additionally, the average … Continue reading

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Is a Short Sale For You?

5 Things You Should Know if You’re Considering A Short Sale of Your Home Three years ago, the term “short sale” was almost unknown by anyone but some experienced Real Estate agents. Today, the term is on the tip of … Continue reading

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Historic Preservation Designation For Your Ranch Home ???

Hard to believe but the Ranch style home is reaching its 50th birthday!  An Atlanta histotic preservationist is reaching as far back as his 3rd grade report on the utility of the Ranch style home to celebrate and preserve this … Continue reading

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Record Lows and Lowest Levels

Latest Mortgage Rates and Foreclosures Inman News reportedthat “mortgage rates sank to or near all-time lows this week as turmoil in financial markets had investors moving money into the relative safety of bonds and mortgage backed securities that fund most … Continue reading

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What the New Concept in Community Planning Might Mean According to a January article in the Wall Street Journal, surveys reveal that roughly one-third of Gen Y’ers are willing to pay for the ability to walk to work. Which would … Continue reading

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