the new site is up and running. I do still blog, share articles, quick info on the market, share listings, etc. typically on my DeRose Real Estate Facebook page. So if you are seeing this post via a mobil device explore the other pages or visit my Facebook page. Thank you, BobContinue Reading... No Comments.
Hello Everyone. My website is under a reconstruction phase. Apple discontinued web hosting as of June 30th with Mobil Me. I thought I could just go to another web hosting service and reload the site, easier said than done. Through the mist of confusion I am redoing the entire site to be easier to use […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Each quarter, Fannie Mae releases their National Housing Survey. They survey the American public on a multitude of questions concerning today’s housing market. We like to pull out some of the findings we deem most interesting each time it is via National Housing Survey 2012.Continue Reading... No Comments.
In yesterday’s blog post, we explained that many experts believe home sales will increase in 2012. Today, we want to make sure that our readers realize that it will still take time for prices to begin to appreciate. Pricing is via Real Estate: Sales Increasing. Prices – Not Yet..Continue Reading... No Comments.
People are delaying the decision to buy a home because they are not sure where prices are headed. If they buy and prices continue to soften, they feel that they will not have purchased at the optimal moment. They reason via Where Are Rents Headed?.Continue Reading... No Comments.
We hope that headline grabbed you. The reason we used it was to bring some perspective to the debate as to whether or not homeownership is a wise investment in today’s troubled market. A family should never look at the purchase of a home simply as a financial investment. It is so much more than […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Should You Rent or Buy in this Market?.Continue Reading... No Comments.
tudies now show that over 20% of the houses with mortgages in the country are underwater (where the loan amount exceeds the value of the property). Some bought their house at the top of the market and saw prices come tumbling down over the last few years. Losing this value has caused challenges for many […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
TweetShareWith the likely installation of QRM looming, it is clear that FHA mortgages will clearly become more popular merely because of the lesser down payment requirements. And as we have all learned, when the demand for something goes up, and via 5 Reasons To Hurry Up And Get Your FHA Mortgage.Continue Reading... No Comments.