short sale information: Market update for Roseville & Rocklin Ca. - 11/14/12 01:56 AM
Market update for Roseville & Rocklin Ca.
The current market in the Roseville and Rocklin area is very good. We have seen the price per sqft increase 15.5% in Roseville and 13.9% in Rocklin. There are several reasons for this. One reason is the lack of inventory that we are seeing currently. We have a high demand coming from three areas, first time buyers, investors and those who did a short sale or lost their home 3-5 years ago and are back in the market. (supply and demand is pushing the prices up).
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short sale information: Roseville CA-California Homeowner Bill of Rights into law - 07/12/12 05:18 AM
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law today the Homeowner Bill of Rights to help struggling Californians keep their homes. This law aims to avoid foreclosure where possible to help stabilize California's housing market and prevent the other negative effects of foreclosures on families, communities, and the economy. The new law will generally prohibit lenders from engaging in dual tracking, require a single point of contact for borrowers seeking foreclosure prevention alternatives, provide borrowers with certain safeguards during the foreclosure process, and provide borrowers with the right to sue lenders for material violations of this law. Short Sale and Foreclosure Information.
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short sale information: Short Sale Information For Roseville Ca Homeowners - 06/15/12 03:49 AM
Short Sale Information Short Sales unfortunately is part of the Real Estate Language today and for the next few years. For a homeowner in this situation it can be overwhelming and a bit confusing especially for those homeowners who would like to stay in their home. I hope this information is helpful to Roseville Ca Homeowners as well as homeowners in out region.
Short Sales Explained
A short sale can be an excellent solution for homeowners who need to sell, and who owe more on their homes than they are worth. In the past, it was rare for a bank or lender to … (0 comments)