Archive for the ‘Real Estate Terminology’ Category

25 QUALIFIED Buyer Leads – FREE

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

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Negotiate Your Best House Buy

Monday, October 11th, 2010


Top Secret: Getting killer real estate deals

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Depending on your area, many times it is not that hard to find a great real estate deal. In some areas you’ll see 20 to 50 percent as distressed sales. Even with this type of market, there tends to be an elite class of properties that stand out ...

How Much Home Can I Afford? Calculating Debt to Income Ratios

Saturday, May 24th, 2008

When calculating how much home you can afford to buy, lenders use debt to income ratios (DTI) to determine how much you can safely borrow. There are two ratios used; front and back end ratios. The front end ratio is a measurement of just the total monthly house obligations. ...

California REO List

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

New list of Southern California distressed sales. This post will focus more on bank owned properties (REOs). Orange County NOD List NTS List Banked Owned Los Angeles Banked Owned Riverside Banked Owned San Bernardino Banked Owned List Update for May 27, 2008

Top 10 Tips To Get Good Deals in Short Sales and Bank Owned Property

Monday, May 12th, 2008

Current real estate markets nationwide have created countless opportunities for buyers looking to purchase real estate priced well under market value. Many buyers have turned to short sales, foreclosures and bank owned (REO) properties hoping to be able to purchase real estate for pennies on the dollar. The ...

California Foreclosure Procedure

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Judicial Foreclosure Available: Yes Non-judicial Foreclosure Available: Yes Non-judicial Sale Typically, a title insurance company is named as the trustee to arrange the sale of the real estate. California is famous for its one-action rule, in which a lender must carefully elect one action to take against the borrower if the ...

Hawaii Foreclosure Procedure

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Judicial Foreclosure Available: Yes Non judicial Foreclosure Available: Yes Foreclosure in Hawaii takes one of two forms: (1) judicial foreclosure by a lawsuit much like any other lawsuit or (2) sale under a power of sale clause in the mortgage. Preferred Method: Judicial foreclosure is the preferred method in Hawaii . Although ...

Real Estate Market Update

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

Real Estate Market Update: The real estate market experienced a slight increase in sales in February, largely due to the battered housing market. National Association of Realtors report that February was the first month-to-month rise of the annualized pace since last July. The median price of a single family home sold ...

New Bank REOs for Hawaii

Saturday, March 29th, 2008

Some of these are so new they haven't even hit the market. 500 University Avenue #2010, Honolulu Ala Wai Plaza 3/2.5 FS 1-2-7-13-2-304 2804426 ...