covington: Rates are low! Refinance or buy now. Seeing good deals in Kent, Auburn, Renton, Washington areas. - 12/04/07 03:47 AM
Rate are down to 5.625, as of 12/04/2007, for a 30 year fixed conforming mortgage. What are you waiting for? These are the lowest rates I have seen in awhile. With the softness in the market and the low rate scenario, buyers should be looking to purchase now. If you already own a home and are not buying, you should at least refinance and lower your payment. Take advantage of the softness in mortgage rates today.
I am a Real Estate agent and mortgage broker for Kent, Auburn, Federal Way, Renton, Seattle, Bellevue, Washington area. Call for all Real Estate needs (253) … (0 comments)

covington: Waiting to sell? Try advertising your home as a lease option! - 10/18/07 05:58 AM
Lease your home now! And get a better tenant! Visit my blog for lease option info... http://activerain.com/blogsview/207419/Home-not-selling-Try My name is Jason and I see that you are leasing your home. I have several clients that are interested in a lease-option a home. If you are willing to lease-option your home, I should be able to quickly find someone. If you are not sure what a lease-option is, I will explain.... A lease-option is basically a lease with an option to purchase your home at a set price, determined by you plus an increase of 4-5% per year. The term is usually … (2 comments)

covington: Home sitting vacant? Try the lease-option and wait the slow market out! - 10/07/07 06:45 PM
FSBO SOLUTIONS MLS Marketing Options Plan Lease your home now! And get a better tenant! My name is Jason and I see that you are leasing your home. I have several clients in the Puget Sound area that are interested in a lease-option a home. If you are willing to lease-option your home, I should be able to quickly find someone. If you are not sure what a lease-option is, I will explain.... A lease-option is basically a lease with an option to purchase your home at a set price, determined by you plus an increase of 4-5% per year. The … (1 comments)

covington: In Foreclosure? We are here to help. Save your home and equity! - 10/07/07 06:24 PM
STOPPING FORECLOSURES ACROSS AMERICA! WE WORK FOR YOU, NOT YOUR LENDER. We have been Saving Homes Across America and have over 15 years of combined experience saving homes for people like you. We are experienced Foreclosure Prevention Consultants working together to help you stop the foreclosure process and save your home. We specialize in out-of-court resolutions of government and non-government mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure claims against homeowners. These can be FHA, Rural Administration, VA, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, or conventional loans, which have become delinquent. Are you behind on your mortgage payments? Are you being threatened with eviction from your home? … (0 comments)

covington: Pictures say a thousand words! Where is the Real Estate Market now? - 09/26/07 05:57 AM
These two charts show normal moves in a Real Estate cycle. Some think the Real Estate market goes straight up. Not true. It is cyclical and I believe we are in the Anxiety (chart 1)and the post boom (chart 2)of the cycle and it will take a bit of time to go through the trough. Here are some charts showing emotional cycles and Business cycles.
Chart 1
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covington: How to get the most house for your money. Buy a foreclosure home and save 15% to 40%. - 09/24/07 05:57 AM
Owning a home to call your own is still the American dream. Many home buyers find themselves in the frustrating situation of discovering that the amount of home they can afford may not be all that they had hoped for. There's nothing more depressing than calling a real estate agent, telling them your budget and what type of home you'd like to buy for that price, and then having them laugh at you and then explain what you can really afford. While some home buyers accept defeat and settle for less, many others have found a market that allows them to … (0 comments)

covington: Arms are getting ready to adjust. Are you and homeowners alike ready for the adjustment? - 09/23/07 05:00 PM
Come next month, some of the cheap loans that got U.S. buyers into homes they might not have otherwise been able to afford are expected to get far less cheap. Adjustable-rate mortgages, which offer lower rates for an initial period, already are resetting. But the Mortgage Bankers Association estimates October through December will bring the peak of these new, higher rates - and pricier mortgage payments. Such adjustments could spell continued trouble for a sluggish national housing market.
I think this will be a major concern, even with the Fed lowering rates and offsetting some of the pain. This will play a … (5 comments)

covington: 3 bedroom remodeled home in Kent, Washington! Large lot, Mountain view and more! - 09/23/07 04:41 PM
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covington: Buyers and investors take note. Foreclosures are looming and they should be taken advantage of. - 09/16/07 10:53 AM
I am seeing a great opportunity for anyone buying a home in this current market. Foreclosures are here and should be taken advantage of! They are a great way for buyers to get a deal and a possible purchase of a home at a 15-30% discount. Many investors are now on the sidelines, but I believe when fear sets in, investors should get active. These markets are usually not here for long! I am getting aggressive and believe the current market holds deals for the strong willed. The market may continue to be soft, but that will only provide better opportunities … (5 comments)

 
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