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Just in case you believe that Home Owners’ Associations (HOAs) have too much time on their hands and too much control, here is yet another restrictive HOA story.  In many states, neighborhood homeowners’ associations (HOAs) can regulate just about anything – and everything – they wish. However, a...
I have never been a particular fan of Facebook. They do not respect privacy and they allow politics to interfere in the social networking sphere and there is no place for this in their reality.. They are allowed to do things with information that you are not allowed to do…adding to my disdain for...
I haev had the pleasure of running a business in Austin, Texas and I enjoyed (almost) every miunte of being there. I was not surprised to see another validation for all of the reasons that I loved it there.  During the ownership of several dermatology and plasti csurgery network centers there, I ...
This bliog by Geirge ins importqnt because there is a lot of misinformation about credit that is floating out is also oimportatn to realize that the "date of last activity" is critical in credit matters and frequently it is better to not try and fix something that may come off soon an...
I found an article that was pretty interesting.  It compared real estate trends among the different generations. Generation Y is men and women from 18 to 34 years of age—largely prefer downtown living, often in rental apartments with easy access to walkable neighborhoods and public transportation...
Mortgage rates are not the only thing that is rising. Closing costs are on the rise too. Closing costs on a home sale excluding title insurance rose 6 percent year over year in June, averaging $2,402 on a $200,000 mortgage, according to an annual survey by financial rate comparison site Bankrate....
There is another option for loan modifications. The new program has some features that are absent from other federal and private options. There is more good news for homeowners who have fallen behind in mortgage payments. The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s new Streamlined Modification program, ...
There is potentially more good news for distressed home owners. Many home owners have attempted loan modification. On August 5, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California certified a class of borrowers who allege that a mortgage servicer wrongly rejected mortgage modification...
Although a lot of industry insiders are insisting that the time to buy rental properties as investments has come and gone in this housing market cycle, Morgan Stanley analysts say that the buy-to-rent market is still only “a fraction of where it could be” and is poised for “major growth in the co...
This could be a real (estate) game changer!  Home owners who attempted to get a loan modification through the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) and who were unsuccessful appear to have legal rights in certain circumstances.  Many home owners have been rejected under various programs aft...

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Author Bio: Paddy Deighan earned his Juris Doctorate and PhD Paddy consults with taxpayers in regard to tax liens, tax levies, tax levy, offer in compromise, tax debt, tax settlement

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