Fullerton Housing Looks Promising

Home Living Report – Fullerton, CA Real Estate News by Diego Loya The Fullerton Real Estate market in 2013 had some big gains. Homes increased to it’s highest levels since 2007. The same trend will continue into 2014. As long as the hunger from buyers to buy up homes stays strong, home sellers will reap […]

Foreclosures Fall In Brea and Orange County

RealtyTrac recently listed those cities with the most foreclosures anticipated for 2013. Not one California location made the list, even those counties which had been amongst the foreclosure leaders in years past such as Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Compared to states like Florida, which had eight listings on the report, this is a landmark […]

Know Your Options – Fannie Mae

These days you have to know your options. If your buying a home you have to know your options. If your selling your home, you need to know your options. If you are trying to loan mod or short sale, well you know the answer. Know your options! Luckily Fannie Mae has created a web […]

Loan Modifications Continue

Loan Modifications Surpass One Million Mark for 2010 09/01/2010 By: Carrie Bay The industry has completed 1.13 million permanent loan modifications for at-risk homeowners so far in 2010, according to data released Wednesday by HOPE NOW, the private sector alliance of mortgage servicers, investors, mortgage insurers, and non-profit housing counselors. For the month of July […]

What are Your Foreclosure Options?

When a person falls behind on their mortgage, there are options available to the borrower. Options include Loan Modifications, Reorganization of debt through Bankruptcy Protection, Short-Sales, Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure, or an outright sale of your property. Naturally more options are available to the person who seeks immediate legal advice. Here are a few options available […]

California Approves Tax Forgiveness on Short Sales

Leading the Way…® in Real Estate Law NO MORE STATE TAX ON FORGIVEN DEBT “Qualified principal residence” indebtedness is defined as debt incurred in acquiring, constructing, or substantially improving a principal residence.  It includes both first and second trust deeds.  It also includes a refinance loan to the extent the funds were used to payoff […]

Short-Sale Incentives Start April 5th

Short-Sale Incentives Start April 5th Potential buyers of short-sale homes might consider waiting until April 5th before making a formal offer. That’s the date the federal government will begin offering lenders financial incentives to hasten the process. Under the new rules, banks will seek a BPO before the property is listed for sale and let […]