Jeff Brick - Mortgage & Real Estate Business Coach

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You've probably heard the phrase "Web 2.0". You may've even read some of the various definitions of it. And Web 2.0 does appear to mean different things to different people, so you would be forgiven for still feeling confused about the term. Here are some of the definitions of W...
04/02/2009
If you've been following the financial news, you've probably heard that the Fed's been buying Mortgage Backed Securities and will continue to do so as needed. Unfortunately, some media outlets have picked up on the news and mistakenly reported that these purchases will continue to ca...
02/09/2009
Last week, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC) announced that it may set up a "bad bank" as a vehicle to buy toxic or illiquid assets from banks. What does a "bad bank" do? No, it doesn't talk back to you, give you attitude and treat you with disrespect. Lenders and...
02/05/2009
Las Vegas and Henderson Homes are on sale, sellers are motivated, and interest rates are at historic lows...but may not stay that way, which means it makes sense to get moving on that home purchase or refinance you've been contemplating. But if you are among the smart individuals who are goi...
02/03/2009
  To move the country out of this economic crisis, Congress and the next administration must place significant emphasis on restoring confidence in the housing market.  The housing sector is at the core of the current economic crisis. A renewed, revitalized and robust housing market is essential t...
01/19/2009
A bill that embraces the need for righting the housing market, the first big step toward economic recovery, was introduced Friday in the U.S. House of Representatives.  H.R. 384, The TARP Reform and Accountability Act, was offered by Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.), chair of the House Financial Serv...
01/14/2009
Downturn’s Effects Paving Way for Recovery The fallout of the housing market downturn has brewed a perfect storm for prospective homebuyers in 2009. There are several factors to consider in today’s market, the combination of which makes now the perfect time to buy a home. Inventory and sales are ...
01/09/2009
    Several Factors Indicate Positive New Year   Local economists anticipate Southern Nevada’s housing market will see a turnaround in 2009. They predict positive growth in nearly all economic factors except for forecasted negative growth in personal income. UNLV Center for Business and Economic ...
01/07/2009
If you're wondering, "Do I Have to Pay This Back", please read. First time homebuyers who purchase a principle residence between April 9, 2008, and July 1, 2009, are eligible to receive up to a $7,500 tax credit. The tax credit is not completely free money. It has payback provisions...
12/15/2008
The increase in distressed properties coming on the market since the end of 2007 has driven down home prices in 80 percent of the nation's metropolitan areas, according to a third quarter report by the National Association of REALTORS®. But while existing home sales fell in 32 states from the...
12/12/2008
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