affordability index: The Paradigm Shift In Real Estate! Will You Be Left Out? - 12/17/11 07:21 PM
These are precarious times in our country's history. As I reflect on the past year and the coming year, politics have taken the drivers seat to what is happening in our industry. I believe we are on the cusp of a paradigm shift that will forever change how we conduct our Real Estate transactions. Our business as Realtors is at stake. The banking lobby is much stronger than other lobby's including NAR and NAMB. Dodd Frank and the SAFE ACT were supported by big banking interests. Any one of the facts below on it's own may not mean much at face … (1 comments)

affordability index: INSTITUTIONAL HOME LOANS WILL BECOME MORE EXPENSIVE WITHOUT PRIVATE MORTGAGE INSURANCE - 10/30/11 05:05 PM
HOME LOANS WILL BECOME MORE EXPENSIVE WITHOUT PRIVATE MORTGAGE INSURANCEOn Monday October 24th, it was announced that two PMI insurance companies were taken into conservatorship by the Arizona Department of Insurance. Claim payments will be mad at 50% with the other half deferred as a policy claim. It seems as though things are continuing to get worse for institutions that bet on the mortgage markets and failed to hedge against the possible negative ramifications.Interest rates will be kept low in the near term. Bernanke has stated that the rates will stay low untilsummer 2013. He’s also stated that he will give … (3 comments)

affordability index: California Affordability Index and Seller Financing - 10/20/11 04:16 PM
The data is in from the California Association of Realtors second quarter report on housing affordability. Housing affordability is the best it’s been in the San Diego area since the late 90’s. A family with a minimum income of $47,980 can afford an entry level home. With houses selling at reasonable prices relative to earnings, you would think that institutional lenders would be eager to lend. As we all know, that is not the case. Ridiculously restrictive lending criteria have prohibited buyers from stabilizing most markets and submarkets across the U.S.Note Builders feels that the market is ripe for seller financing. … (0 comments)

 
Terry Lewis, Seller Financing, Lending, Broker (Note Builders, Inc. Keller Williams)

Terry Lewis

Seller Financing, Lending, Broker

La Jolla, CA

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Note Builders, Inc. Keller Williams

Address: P.O. Box 2365, La Jolla, CA, 92038

Office: (855) 366-6837

Mobile: (858) 224-3139

Note Builders is a MLO, licensed in California. Specializing in seller financed compliant transactions. Dodd Frank and the S.A.F.E. Act require a MLO to sign off on many of owner carry transactions.


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