short sale: Agents- What does your Crystal Ball say for Real Estate in 2010? - 12/07/09 11:16 PM
So, I've got my opinions about the local and national Real Estate Market for the up coming year:
Local- Indiana Real Estate has been pretty steady in appreciation and towards the top of the list in foreclosures before the economy decided to go yucky, so we haven't been hit as hard as other areas in the country. I would hope this causes our market to see a minimal dip on the roller coaster ride of ups and downs. The job market and available credit will likely have the biggest impact on 2010 sales. Things are starting to look better in 3rd … (1 comments)

short sale: Understanding Real Estate Short Sales - 10/13/07 02:26 AM
Short Sales have been around for a long time, but recently they are being discussed and utilized more and more even though many people do not fully understand the entire process. Having been on both sides of a short sale- representing the bank in some situations and representing the homeowner in others- I felt a review would be helpful to you. Basically a short sale is an agreement by the lender (or mortgage company) to allow the homeowner to sell the home for less than the mortgage owed on the house. This is not a decision mortgage companies take lightly, and … (5 comments)

 

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