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Is Wall Street Housings Superhero?

Forbes Magazine reports that Wall Street is purchasing foreclosed homes at a hearty clip.  Billionaires, Private Equity Firms, Hedge Funds all have been  flocking to Americas hardest hit cities and purchasing distressed properties and instead of flipping the homes which would tend to keep housing prices low they are intending ...

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Buyers Market – going, going … gone

It’s official, The National Association of Realtors has announced it is now a Sellers Market.  Given the dwindling supply of good quality homes in prime locations buyers are finding it hard to locate a home to purchase whether it’s a new home, existing home, short sale or foreclosure.  Nationally the ...

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Buy a New Maronda Home Over a Foreclosure

 Thinking about a New Maronda Home? Are you considering homes that are in foreclosure? Many home buyers across the country observe the large inventory of foreclosed homes with below-market values. Think about and weigh the option of buying a foreclosure, over a new home. While this may be a good ...

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Five things your Realtor failed to mention – Short Sales

In these times with distressed properties plentiful and everyone knows it’s a buyers’ market, how can you go wrong buying a short sale?  When you look at the listing price and compare the size of the home you think,  “How can I lose!”  Much like with foreclosures, which I’ve already ...

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Foreclosures – three things your Realtor won’t tell you

In these times with a market full of foreclosures it seems that the “Best Deal” out there is to purchase a distressed property for “pennies on the dollar”.  It seems too good to be true and when you really think about it, it may be…  Why is it that when ...

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