seattle: History, Housing Trends and Ideas for the Home Buyer Relocating to Greater Seattle - 09/30/10 01:28 PM
Cities have history, and housing has trends, and if you want a particular type of home, you will do better looking in the areas where they built a lot of them. So this post is for the relocation buyer planning on moving into the Greater Seattle area - a story of how the Seattle housing market developed, and how that affects the kind of home you might find in a particular area.
From a housing stock point of view, there is little left of whatever homes were built in Seattle from its founding in 1851 to about 1900 other than some … (1 comments)

seattle: My Mortgage is Underwater. Now What Do I Do? - 04/16/10 06:07 AM
This new real estate ‘technical’ term underwater is getting quite a bit of press lately, and unfortunately it applies to a lot of us. What it means is “my house is no longer worth as much as I owe on it.” It means your equity is gone, and it also means that you can’t easily sell the house and pay off the loan if you want to move. Truly an unpleasant situation.
Just for some rough numbers on the scale of the problem: there are about 110 million households in the U.S. Of that, about 70 million are in owned homes, … (2 comments)

 
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