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I just received a notice from my local real estate association the bill is not final, but an extension is imminent.  The latest version extends the program to sales signed by April 30.  Purchasers would have 60 days to close.  The credit will also include "step-up" buyers who have lived in their ...
10/28/2009
Just wanted to post a quick note about closing before the deadline.  If you have any first time homebuyers that are scheduled to close next month, you may want to check with their lenders and title/closing attorneys to see if they will be open the day after Thanksgiving.  Even if you have a closi...
10/26/2009
The market in Williamson County slowed a bit for the month of September, 2009.  There were 219 residential and condominium closings in September as compared to 236 in August, 2009.  Compared to September 2008, the median sales price has decreased 5% for residential properties and the condominium ...
10/20/2009
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I feel so lucky to live in a city that was voted one of the friendliest cities in the country!  I moved to Nashville 9 years ago from Tampa (via Atlanta), and I have to say that this city lives up to its reputation.  It is not just a "southern charm"; there is a different vibe here.  Everyone is ...
10/16/2009
I saw on the news yesterday that only 10,000 mortgages per state were receiving assistance from the federal government or their lender to help bring their mortgages current and avoid foreclosure.  Then I read today that according to RealtyTrac that foreclosures are up 23% over quarter three in 20...
10/15/2009
"Is the first time homebuyer's tax credit working?"  That was the title of an economist commentary on the NAR website from Oct. 7.  I am interested in what you think?  In my area, Nashville, Tennessee, we have certainly seen an increase in closings and mortgage applications.  My office alone inc...
10/14/2009
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