August 13, 2009

Time is Running Out!

For those of you who are waiting for the best time to purchase your new home, there are some key timeframes you should be looking at: 1) THE FEDERAL TAX CREDIT FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS.  First time buyers can claim up to $8,000 in a tax credit for the purchase of a home in which they […]

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August 13, 2009

Foreclosure, Short Sale or Loan Modification, which is best?

I’m certain that you know of someone who is facing the tragedy of a potential foreclosure. There are ways to potentially avoid it by working with your lender and possibly work things out. First, you must work with your lender. Avoiding calls, messages, and letters will not make the problem disappear. Too many people have […]

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July 15, 2009

Fabulous Home in Dublin Ranch!

Flyer   This tremendous home is available now in the Dublin Ranch area. $754,900   This home is over 3500 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 4 baths. For your personal access, please contact us at caseteam@interorealestate.com or by phone at 925-308-7045.

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July 15, 2009

Banks Now Want To Do Short Sales

A recent change of heart due to the current incentives provided by the TARP program has caused the banks to solicit short sales of homeowners that are having problems making their payments. In the past, short sales were often not accepted by the banks and as a result many people walked from their homes, leaving the […]

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July 1, 2009

Purchase Tactics of All Cash Investors

Recently we have had a rash of Buyers/Investors for our lower priced and condition distressed listings. These properties are prime targets as investment as long term rentals or as entry level homes for first time home purchasers.   First time buyers are having a hard time getting these properties for a few reasons.   1)      […]

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June 22, 2009

Real Estate Update – Summer 2009

As we move into summer, we expect some changes that may have a noticeable effect upon the real estate market in Northern California and more specifically, the East County area.   Foreclosed homes will probably be on the rise, maybe by the time that this article is published. The larger banks, those that had TARP […]

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