There are many nuances to a short sale transaction and every short sale is unique. Therefore the short sale agent you choose can make or break the deal, so choose wisely. When researching for a short sale agent, experience is very important. Research your local market and see who has the other local short sale […]
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Don’t be afraid to ask the customer service representative for your mortgage servicer who owns your mortgage. The owner, who is often referred to as the investor, might be different from the servicing company or bank that collects and processes your payments. Lenders often sell off the servicing rights, too. So it is very common […]
Are banks purposely rejecting short sales in favor of less profitable foreclosures? Maybe so, but why? Some say it may be for reasons such as avoiding fraud or favorable accounting rules allowing banks to foreclose on a home without having to write down a loss until that home is sold as opposed marking the loss […]
We specialize in pre-foreclosure short sales in Stockton in San Joaquin County and are finally finding that the banks willing to cooperate. We have established relationships with banks and mortgage servicers to process short sales. They cooperate with us because we save them money and get the done. Sellers list with us because short sales […]
HousingWire reported in Shadow inventory rocked by foreclosure snafu that California has about 228,000 homes in shadow inventory. The NAR estimates it would take 11 months to move this much inventory. Further stating that this inventory has caused the foreclosure process to take 157% longer in the last three years.
According to RealtyTrac 26% of all home sales last year were foreclosures. In the Stockton area 72% of sales were bank or government held and 50% were REOs. Short sales accounted for 22% of all Stockton homes sold last year. Leaving 28% that were not bank or government related sales. For more information on the […]
Over a thousand Stockton renters will receive notice this week that their landlord may be facing foreclosure. Almost half of Stockton’s foreclosures are rental properties. All renters should know their rights and not let banks and real estate agents push them into moving out until they have exercised those rights. According to Federal law a […]
Iftikhar Ahmad received a 21-month prison sentence and was ordered by U.S. District Judge William B. Schubb to pay restitution of $382,750 and spend three years under supervision upon his release from prison. Ahmad bought up Stockton foreclosures often paying cash, then sold those same homes to fake buyers using false identities. The subprime loans […]
RealtyTrac’s list of metro markets with the highest foreclosure rates from December to January, was full of California cities holding 7 of the top 10 spots. The cities included Modesto (2), Stockton (3), Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario (4), Vallejo-Fairfield (6), Bakersfield (7), Merced (9) and Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville (10). The monthly increase in California was only 2% however the […]
California borrowers need to be careful of fraudulent foreclosure consultants.
Central Valley real estate could show optimistic trends based on Stockton November 2010 foreclosure data.
Homes in Stockton – Obama administration contradicts itself regarding mortgage servicers
A group of investors together with academics has proposed a national standards system be created for Mortgages. The goal would be for such standards to be implemented as early as this spring.The group believes such standards could diminish conflict between servicers and investors, help avoid investor favoritism by servicers and set a standard for securities […]
Download now or preview on posterous 12 14 10.pdf (22 KB) Ten of the twenty most economically stressed counties in the nation are in California according to the Associated Press. San Joaquin ranks eighth followed by Stanislaus and Merced respectively. High foreclosure rates and continued unemployment contributed to the San Joaquin ranking. The ranking is […]
Download now or preview on posterous 12 09 10.pdf (85 KB) Bank of America has restarted 16,000 foreclosures but it is still unknown if judges will be satisfied with their assessment of the pending files. Other banks such as Wells Fargo and Chase have also attempted to restart their foreclosures. The approach focuses primarily on […]