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2009 

It's a grim reality for many who want to sell their homes or need a home equity loan. Their homes are worth less than what they owe. No seller wants to show up at closing with a check, but it's unfortunately rather common for sellers.   According to a report released this week by research firm Fi...
11/24/2009
MSN recently recognized our great city of Des Moines for something those of us who live here already know--Des Moines rocks! Des Moines offers a low cost of living, solid economy, clean air, low stress, low crime, lots of outdoor recreation, cultural & fine arts attractions like the Art Center. C...
11/18/2009
The Cy Phillips Greater Des Moines Homes Team now offers current pre-foreclosure, auction and foreclosure listings via email to clients. If you’re interested in receiving monthly reports of foreclosure homes in your area, contact Cy and he’ll start sending you a monthly list of homes directly to ...
11/17/2009
Cy Phillips | Remax Opportunities, Inc. | 515-422-4731 1400 63rd St., Windsor Heights, IA Amazing home for the $$! More than 2200 sq ft., hardwood floors, updated kitchen, and tons of charm! Call Cy for a private showing. 515-422-4731. 4BR/2BA Single Family House offered at $127,500 Year Built 1...
11/14/2009
With the stroke of a pen last week, President Obama extended the popular and vital home buyer tax credit program into 2010. The program, which previously allowed only first-time buyers a tax credit of up to $8,000, will be extended through July 2010 and also gives all buyers (of homes purchased u...
11/09/2009
The U.S. Senate passed an extention on the first-time home buyer's tax credit! It's expected to be approved by the house tomorrow and then off to Pres. Obama to sign. The bill extends the credit through April 2010 and adds a $6,500 tax credit for repeat buyers if they've lived in their home for f...
11/05/2009
Congress is telling us there's a chance....that the first-time home buyer tax credit will be extended to April 2010. The credit, which gives first-time home buyers up to an $8,000 credit on the purchase of a home, expires at the end of the month. The program has been instrumental in the slow, but...
11/03/2009
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