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Updated Oct. 9, 2013
Looking for a home loan in the Las Vegas area? Do you have any questions about the mortgage loan process? Not sure which loan program you qualify for? We can answer those questions! We reassure you that we will be with you every step of the way. Making the decision of owning a home is a major one and you want a team behind...
Fannie Mae's summer surprise for all-cash buyers, investors
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
Fannie Mae's summer surprise for all-cash buyers, investorsWhether you want to buy a home with cold hard cash because your credit isn't so hot (& you know a bank can't finance you) or you want that advantage over loan buyers, whatever the case here's a good article for you (or anyone...
Housing Trends
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
Ran into this article. Very interesting read. It will be interesting to see come summer's end if it was accurate. Nowadays it's hard to guess what will happen in this market. Let's hope it gets better for all of us involved!. www.bankrate...
Mortgage Relief for Unemployed Las Vegas Homeowners
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
This is good news for all struggling homeowners, not only those in Las Vegas. This topic falls in more categories than this blog will allow, but the main umbrella is foreclosure. The economy is still struggling to bounce back, and that affects us all. Yesterday the Obama Administration announced adjustments to...
Las Vegas Housing Market Isn't So Bad
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
At least according to the Yahoo! Finance list of top 15 worst housing markets that excluded Las Vegas.. Analysts put together a list of the top 15 cities with a bad housing market forcasted for the next five years. Las Vegas isn't mentioned, not even as a whisper. Miami tops the list as the worst place to invest...
Fannie Mae Makes Investor Resale Easier
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
Fannie Mae says that investors can get money on their purchases almost immediately instead of waiting 6 months.. Read the rest of the post on my blog @ Think this is a good move?.
Bill Extending Temporary Jumbo Limit
Updated Oct. 9, 2013
A U.S. congressman from New York has introduced a bill that would allow the federal government to keep insuring mortgage loans of up to $729,750.. The temporary loan limit expires on October 1 and would revert to $625,500.. The legislation proposes to extend the limit until Oct. 1, 2013.. Read full article at

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