Tag Archive: Loan Modifications

Who Needs Down Payment Money!?!? I Got That!

Many who rent have faced problems trying to save up enough down payment for purchase.  There are great down pay assist programs–especially for first time home buyers. And it pays to check in and see if you can qualify for a program, because some borrowers can “re-qualify” as a first timer, if it’s been a…

Bank of America Announces Principle Reductions for Troubled Homeowners.

Yep! You are reading it correctly, and far too long after too many have lost their homes–in my opinion. Since B of A services about 65% of the home loans in Sacramento,  it’s pretty easy to run into someone who has done a B of A short sale. Prior to today, the question of every…

Want to Sell Your House in Sacramento? Just List It!

I was waxing poetic on Facebook yesterday–you know,  leaving a “super cute” comment about a picture of a pet, or offering support to a friend lamenting about life (and quoted some uplifting something by Tony Robbins, no doubt), when I ran across an article a friend had posted, about making your home more sell-able in…

Buying or Selling a House in Sacramento? Time to Jump Through Hoops!

It’s been a crazy week for sure–three new Foreclosure listings, three sets of tenants to give the bad news too. Arrrgh! I feel so bad for them!  I’m looking forward to a quick road trip for some horse show fun in Woodside, CA. Have a few closing next week, that’s good! No matter how good…

HARP Set To Roll Out Refinancing For Underwater Homeowners

Loan Modification? Short Sale? Walk Away and Foreclose? Let me ask you a question, or two–if you had paid $100,000 for your home in 2004, and by 2008, it was worth $200,000, would you allow your lender to re-write your loan to a value of $200,000 and raise your monthly payments accordingly? If the last…