investors: The Most...and The Least Expensive Places to Live in the U.S.A. - 12/09/09 05:17 PM
I just came across an interesting article on CNNMoney that breaks down the top and bottom 5 places to live in this country, based on affordability.
Most Affordable
Indianapolis - INMedian home price: $105,000Median income: $68,100Affordability score: 94.5% Youngstown, OHMedian home price: $72,000Median income: $54,300Affordability score: 93.9% Detroit, MIMedian home price: $84,000Median income: $57,100Affordability score: 92.2% Warren, MIMedian home price: $140,000Median income: $79,000Affordability score: 91.8% Grand Rapids, MIMedian home price: $103,000Median income: $63,100Affordability score: 91.4% - 5th best These are the top 5 MOST affordable places to buy a home, in the U.S.A.  To look deeper into this data you will discover … (8 comments)

investors: San Jacinto Market Analysis – SOLD 5/20/09 – 6/20/09 FINANCING - CONVENTIONAL - 06/21/09 09:28 AM
In my recent post on this series, San Jacinto Market Analysis - SOLD 5/20/09 - 6/20/09 I shared insight to the overall San Jacinto real estate market by providing a brief synopsis of current market conditions by analyzing all of the 136 residential real estate homes that closed escrow between May 20th and June 20th, 2009.  In this segment, I will look closely at san Jacinto homes for sale that sold with a larger down payment and Conventional financing.
Of the 136 San Jacinto, CA homes that Closed Escrow during the period of 5/20/2009 through 6/20/2009 35 were financed with CONVENTIONAL … (0 comments)

investors: San Jacinto Market Analysis: SOLD 5/20/09 – 6/20/09 CASH SALES - 06/21/09 09:12 AM
In my recent post on this series, San Jacinto Market Analysis - SOLD 5/20/09 - 6/20/09 I shared insight to the overall San Jacinto real estate market  by providing a brief synopsis of current market conditions by analyzing all of the 136 residential real estate homes that closed escrow between May 20th and June 20th, 2009.In this segment I will look closely at a very important segment of the market - the one controlled by CASH investors.  Cash transactions accounted for 20.59% of all the closed San Jacinto real estate transactions during this 30 day period.  Of the 136 homes that … (0 comments)

investors: Short Sales - A Common Question - 09/02/07 03:39 PM
Short Sales:  A Common Questionby John Occhi, Hemet CA REALTORMission Grove Realty 
Aside from my ActiveRain blogs and responding to questions that are left in the comments of the articles I write, I often receive email messages from people who for whatever reason do not want to post thier question in a blog article.
A common question I receive has to do with investors, as a matter of fact, I believe I have now answered this very question at least 3 times this week, that I received through email contacts from my ActiveRain blog.Let me post the specific question I received just … (14 comments)

investors: Today was the most unusual day I have ever had in real estate. - EVER! And it could only happen in Hemet CA - 09/01/07 03:28 PM
Today was the most unusual day I have ever had in real estate. - EVER! And it could only happen in Hemet CA By John Occhi, Hemet CA REALTOR®Mission Grove RealtyToday was the most unusual day I have ever had in real estate. - EVER! And it could only happen in Hemet CA 
Not only was it extreme - it had two opposing extremes for me.  Amazing.
This is a tale of two investors...two very different investors.The first investor likes small deals that she can get in and get out of in a hurry...and she does this pretty good. A week ago we found … (11 comments)

investors: Foreclosures May Cost U.S. Homeowners, Lenders $112.5 Billion - 06/17/07 01:41 PM
I came across this article in my email and thought it was so relevnt to wha tI have been reporting on that the only way I could do it any justice was to reprint it here: 
Foreclosures May Cost U.S. Homeowners, Lenders $112.5 BillionBy Hui-yong Yu
March 19 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. homeowners, lenders and investors may lose as much as $112.5 billion through 2014 as mortgage payments go up on adjustable-rate loans, triggering defaults and foreclosures, according to a study by mortgage-risk data provider First American CoreLogic.
An estimated $2.3 trillion of adjustable first mortgages were originated from 2004 to 2006, many of which will begin to … (0 comments)

 
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