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Please click the link below to view all properties for sale in Slidell. If you have any questions please contact David at 985-710-1728 or firstname.lastname@example.org Pearl River Property Search
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Pearl River, LA History - 02/29/12 10:46 AM
Pearl River, LA Pearl River is a small very close knit town in St Tammany Parish, Louisiana right outside of Slidell. According to the 2010 census the population was around 2,506.The community that is today Pearl River was first known as Hallo, a moniker it reputedly garnered from loggers yelling to one another as they labored along the Pearl River. Early Halloo was a small railroad town, located at the junction of the Northeastern and Poitevent and Favre's East Louisiana Railroads. In 1886 a train station was constructed at the site, and two years later Samuel R. Poitevent established the first (0 comments)
Slidell- New Orleans Lenders - 02/23/12 10:22 AM
Lenders______________________________ Finding a lender for the financing of your new home is a very important and personal decision. With there being so many choices out there, you should find a lender that you trust and feel comfortable with. I am more than happy to work with any lender that you choose, however if you do not have a lender in mind here are a few recommendations.-David Franklin American Mortgage Company- Julie Strain 1371 Corporate Square Dr.Slidell, LA 70458Office: 985-690-5042Cell: 504-606-1378Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.franklinamerican.com/juliestrain Regions Mortgage- Alita Giordano1523 Gause BoulevardSlidell, LA 70458Office: 985-781-3114Cell: 985-640-3265Email: firstname.lastname@example.org First National Bank of Commerce- Troy Tiblier740 Brownswitch (0 comments)
Navigating Short Sales: What to Do When the Sale Price Leaves You Short - 02/23/12 09:51 AM
Navigating Short Sales: What to Do When the Sale Price Leaves You Short If you're thinking of selling your home, and you expect that the total amount you owe on your mortgage will be greater than the selling price of your home, you may be facing a short sale. A short sale is one where the net proceeds from the sale won't cover your total mortgage obligation and closing costs, and you don't have other sources of money to cover the deficiency. A short sale is different from a foreclosure, which is when your lender takes title of your home through (1 comments)
Several Housing Markets Head for Appreciation in 2012 Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, January 03, 2012A boom in farm prices has caused many Midwest cities to emerge as leaders for some of the strongest predictions for housing appreciation in 2012. Kansas City, Kan., came in the top spot in HousingPredictor’s annual survey, forecasting an appreciation of 5.8 percent for this year. “The recovery is starting in housing with these cities and will eventually spread to other communities throughout the nation as the U.S. recovers from the worst collapse in real estate since the Great Depression,” according to HousingPredictor. Here (3 comments)
Research before you look. Decide what features you most want to have in a home, what neighborhoods you prefer, and how much you’d be willing to spend each month for housing. Be realistic. It’s OK to be picky, but don’t be unrealistic with your expectations. There’s no such thing as a perfect home. Use your list of priorities as a guide to evaluate each property. Get your finances in order. Review your credit report and be sure you have enough money to cover your down payment and closing costs. Then, talk to a lender and get prequalified for a mortgage. (0 comments)
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