Archive for March, 2009

Key Points Of Interest On Obama’s Foreclosure-Prevention Plan

Thursday, March 26th, 2009 Posted in Financing Options, Foreclosure, Freddie Mac, Loan Modification, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on Key Points Of Interest On Obama’s Foreclosure-Prevention Plan

    Some key points on President Obama’s Foreclosure-Prevention Plan:   Loan terms may be modified by reducing payments for distressed borrowers Refinancing for those current on payments, but have little or no equity in ... Read more..

BONNIE MULLINAX LAUNCHES AVOIDFORECLOSURENOW.COM WEBSITE

Thursday, March 12th, 2009 Posted in Foreclosure, Real Estate Tips and Advice, Short Sale, Uncategorized | Comments Off on BONNIE MULLINAX LAUNCHES AVOIDFORECLOSURENOW.COM WEBSITE

  Bonnie Mullinax of Keller Williams Northwest launches website and marketing plan specific to homeowners facing foreclosure hardship in the Bartow/Cobb real estate market   Cartersville, GA— Bonnie Mullinax of Keller Williams Northwest, a ... Read more..

When Viewing A Home, Always Be On The Lookout For These Things Even Before You Hire An Inspector

Thursday, March 12th, 2009 Posted in First-time home-buyer, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on When Viewing A Home, Always Be On The Lookout For These Things Even Before You Hire An Inspector

More and more people are considering purchasing houses that are being sold due to foreclosure or at auction. Many of these homes may have had lapses in maintenance or other issues ... Read more..

Economic Times Are Changing: How Can You Save Money In Your Home?

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 Posted in Home Care, Programmable thermostats, Real Estate Tips and Advice | Comments Off on Economic Times Are Changing: How Can You Save Money In Your Home?

In regards to your home, most money-saving ideas cost money to implement. Over time, most homeowners come to accept this inevitable fact of home ownership. That being said, there are ... Read more..

EXPANDED TAX BREAKS FOR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 Posted in Financing Options, First-time home-buyer, Real Estate Tips and Advice, Tax, Tax Credit, Uncategorized | Comments Off on EXPANDED TAX BREAKS FOR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS

  The NEW (up to) $8000 Tax Credit is for purchases between January 1, 2009 and November 30, 2009. Expanded Tax Break Available for 2009 First-Time Homebuyers Expanded Tax Break Available for ... Read more..