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  • Avoid Foreclosure with Help for Homeowners from Fannie Mae!

    Fannie Mae has just launched a website for for homeowners who are having trouble paying their mortgage. The website, www.KnowYourOptions.com, is designed to to provide information on refinancing, repayment plans, forbearance, modifications, and Fannie Mae’s Deed-for-Lease program. Those homeowners who recognize that they can no longer ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on August 8, 2010
  • Inland Empire Homeowners! List Your Home For Sale Today!

    Selling a home in the dead of winter might seem ill-advised, particularly considering the state of the economy, but some experts think that making the decision to wait until spring to list the property could be a mistake. Government incentives will likely have a big impact in 2010, with many buyers determined to sign a contract before the April ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on January 28, 2010
  • Do YOU Want $8000?

    Would You Like $8,000? Buy a Home. Soon! To stimulate the economy, Washington juiced up the stimulus plan passed last year in February. Two benefits for FTHBs (First Time Home Buyers) were that the amount of the tax credit was increased from up to $7,500 to $8,000. And, more importantly, the amount of the credit does not have to be ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on July 14, 2009
  • CNN Says Housing Market may be Stabilizing!

    CNN is searching for a bottom in the housing market With consumer confidence rising in May to its highest level in eight months, housing starts increasing more than 17 percent in May compared with the previous month, and sales of existing homes climbing 2.9 percent in April nationwide, it appears that the housing market may be stabilizing. So ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on July 5, 2009
  • New 90 Day Foreclosure Rule in California

    Recent news headlines have caused confusion by mischaracterizing the new California Foreclosure Prevention Act as a 90-day moratorium and incorrectly stating that the lender must modify delinquent loans before it begins foreclosure. In reality, the foreclosure process for certain owner-occupied residential first trust deeds has been extended by 90 ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on June 17, 2009
  • HOMEOWNERS BEWARE: Foreclosure Rescue Scams

    Brought to you by your Realtor®, Liane Thomas, and the California Association of Realtors® With the recent rise in foreclosures, foreclosure-related scams have exploded onto the real estate scene. These so-called “foreclosure rescue companies” claim they will help save your home, but in reality are out to make a profit -- at ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on June 11, 2009
  • Home Sales Jump ~ April 2009

    Pending US Home Sales Surge Pending US home sales skyrocketed to their highest number in 7 years, a sure sign that the bottom is forming and that bargain seekers have arrived.  The National Association of Realtors reported that its seasonally adjusted index of sales contracts signed (the Pending Home Sales Index) jumped 6.7% to 90.3, well ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on June 2, 2009
  • Breaking News! Home Sales Up in California in March 2009!

    An estimated 36,215 new and existing homes and condos sold in California last month, a 23.9% month-on-month increase from February and 47.4% year-on-year increase from March 08, according to a report published Thursday by San Diego-based MDA DataQuick Information Systems. March marked the ninth consecutive month of year-over-year sales ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on April 18, 2009
  • Help for the Troubled Housing Market!

    Finally we have some help for the troubled housing market. A law passed by the federal government and is one of the boldest and broadest pieces of legislation related to the real estate market since the great depression. Among other relief details, the legislation devotes $300 billion to helping troubled homeowners avoid ...
    Posted to Corona Market Update (Weblog) by 278262 on August 15, 2008