Recently I wrote an article “Logan Homes Selling for 11% Less than Original List Price” I observed that during January and February the gap between the original list price, and actual home sales price was pretty significant. My point with this article was essentially to show that home sellers in Cache Valley needed to price […]
From bucolic bliss to ‘gated ghetto’ – The Los Angeles Times It wasn’t what the Lopezes pictured when they agreed to pay $440,000 for their 5,000-square-foot house in 2006. How Will the Fed’s MBS Exit Affect Mortgage Rates? – The Atlantic Today marks the end of the Federal Reserve’s $1.25 trillion mortgage security shopping spree. […]
There have been some pretty big technological advancements at housingstorm.com over the last couple of weeks. Here is what you need to know: Tweetstream Twitter Integration: fully integrate your twitter profile with your housingstorm.com profile. “Tweet” on one and it shows up on the other. You can send tweets from housingstorm.com in the form of […]
Is there any reason why homes today should be worth twice as much as in 1996?
From Standard & Poors: Home Prices in the New Year Continue the Trend Set in Late 2009 … “The report is mixed. While we continue to see improvements in the year-over-year data for all 20 cities, the rebound in housing prices seen last fall is fading. Fewer cities experienced month-to-month gains in January than in […]
I was having dinner with a close associate of mine who happens to be a bill collector. He began telling me all these stories about his collection firm. I instantly became extremely interested and asked him to help me create a book (with the help of an attorney) that could help our clients at YouWalkAway.com […]
It is a widely held belief that the bailout of the banking system prevented the second Great Depression. This belief is wrong.