Monthly Archives: March 2013

Should the Federal Government Reduce Its Involvement in the Mortgage Market?

According to the Bipartisan Policy Center, which comprises former secretaries of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and former Senators, the federal government is extremely involved in the national housing market and they should take steps to reduce … Continue reading

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Will a decline in foreclosure rates mean an increase in lending in California?

According to a report by RealtyTrac®, California topped the list by accounting for seven out of the ten highest metro foreclosure rates and ten out of the top twenty metro foreclosure rates during the first half of 2012. Being among … Continue reading

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Have you been a victim to a natural disaster in the past year? There is some relief coming your way!

Every year our nation faces various natural disasters that create havoc and leave many people homeless and helpless. 2012 was no exception, with Sandy, wildfires and flooding damaging different parts of the country. As a result there were 112 federal … Continue reading

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Housing Trends – 2013

Trends are not only for the fashion world; they are common in the housing market too. And just like fashions keep changing with seasons, housing trends vary according to the economic environment. Let’s take a look at the top housing … Continue reading

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