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By Aneta Ivanova | Agent in Las Vegas, NV
  • Are you receiving a direct mail refer to financing, loan guarantees and interest rates

    Posted Under: General Area, Market Conditions, Financing  |  November 26, 2012 4:48 PM  |  316 views  |  1 comment

    Better read this article before to click on any ads on internet or call to people who receive the letter from offering some signicant change in your loan,or when you are buying a house because

    The FTC examined 800 ads and found troubling claims that could be misleading to consumers:


    • Ads that offered a very low fixed mortgage rate without discussing significant loan terms.
    • Ads containing statements, images, symbols and abbreviations suggesting that an advertiser is affiliated with a government agency.
    • Ads "guaranteeing" approval and offering low monthly payments without discussing "significant conditions" on these offers. 

    http://www.inman.com/news/2012/11/19/agents-builders-get-warnings-about-mortgage-ads

  • House market in Henderson, Nevada

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Henderson, Home Buying in Henderson, Home Selling in Henderson  |  November 3, 2012 4:10 PM  |  420 views  |  1 comment

    House market in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada

     

    Drop in Distressed Properties and Foreclosures, Election Impacts on real estate

     

    A continuing slide in the volume of distressed properties seen in the housing

    Market is helping to boost home prices in many parts of the country, the latest

    Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance Housing Pulse Tracking Survey indicates.

    Meanwhile, uncertainty about the impact of the upcoming national elections

    appears to be causing some would-be homebuyers to delay taking any action until

    After November, according to a number of real estate agents who participated in the

    October Housing Pulse survey.

    Perhaps the biggest news in the housing market in recent months has been a

    Steady rise in home prices in many areas of the country. One major reason behind the

    Rise in home prices, Housing Pulse results reveal, is a fairly sharp drop in the share of

    Distressed properties found in recent home sales.

    The Housing Pulse Distressed Property Index (DPI), which tracks the proportion

    Of home purchase transactions involving distressed properties, fell to a record low of

    38.6% in September based on a three-month moving average.

    The precipitous drop in the share of distressed properties in the housing market is

    Largely attributable to fewer foreclosed properties or real estate owned (REO) being

    Put up for sale by banks.

     

     Housing Pulse respondents reported in October that major banks appear to be keeping many REO properties off the market this year. But they also suggest banks may be looking to unload significant amounts of REO next year – a move that could put downward pressure on home prices.

    Whether the upcoming national elections were having any impact on the housing market? Interestingly, the results were mixed.

    A number of agents reported that home sales had slowed in September and October as many homebuyers were taking a wait-and-see attitude about the elections.

    “We are seeing middle-to-high-income buyers pausing due to the upcoming elections. We hear it daily,”

    “It [the election] is having a negative effect on home sales in our market. Everyone is waiting to see who gets elected in November,” but the upcoming presidential election was actually spurring some home purchases by buyers concerned that mortgage interest rates would rise after November.

    Many of homebuyers are worried about interest rates rising after the election and feel they may be artificially held down by the current administration. Some of the agents said “I think now people are in a hurry before the election and not knowing what the future will hold after the elections.”

    In conclusion, the house market is better than 4 years ago and affordability has improved. The prices are about the same level on 2009, but interest rate is lower. This is favorable in both ways –for sellers and for the buyers.

    If you are seller and want to sell your house fast, call me at 702-306-4917. The house market show that is good time to sale, when more people can afford to buy a home.

    If you are behind your mortgage payments and do not know your option you can find out on http://lasvegashomeownershelp.com

     

    If you are buyer looking for a home, do not delay-you can afford more house on this interest rate now, comparing with when rate rise. Start your search today on http://lasvegasforsalehomes.com

    Aneta Ivanova

    Broker sales person, CDPE, Realtor®

    Exit Realty Imoti

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    702-306-4917

    Aneta_Ivanova29@yahoo.com

     

  • House market in Las Vegas , Nevada

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  November 3, 2012 4:06 PM  |  403 views  |  No comments

     

    House market in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada

    Drop in Distressed Properties and Foreclosures, Election Impacts on real estate

     

    A continuing slide in the volume of distressed properties seen in the housing

    Market is helping to boost home prices in many parts of the country, the latest

    Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance Housing Pulse Tracking Survey indicates.

    Meanwhile, uncertainty about the impact of the upcoming national elections

    appears to be causing some would-be homebuyers to delay taking any action until

    After November, according to a number of real estate agents who participated in the

    October Housing Pulse survey.

    Perhaps the biggest news in the housing market in recent months has been a

    Steady rise in home prices in many areas of the country. One major reason behind the

    Rise in home prices, Housing Pulse results reveal, is a fairly sharp drop in the share of

    Distressed properties found in recent home sales.

    The Housing Pulse Distressed Property Index (DPI), which tracks the proportion

    Of home purchase transactions involving distressed properties, fell to a record low of

    38.6% in September based on a three-month moving average.

    The precipitous drop in the share of distressed properties in the housing market is

    Largely attributable to fewer foreclosed properties or real estate owned (REO) being

    Put up for sale by banks.

     

     Housing Pulse respondents reported in October that major banks appear to be keeping many REO properties off the market this year. But they also suggest banks may be looking to unload significant amounts of REO next year – a move that could put downward pressure on home prices.

    Whether the upcoming national elections were having any impact on the housing market? Interestingly, the results were mixed.

    A number of agents reported that home sales had slowed in September and October as many homebuyers were taking a wait-and-see attitude about the elections.

    “We are seeing middle-to-high-income buyers pausing due to the upcoming elections. We hear it daily,”

    “It [the election] is having a negative effect on home sales in our market. Everyone is waiting to see who gets elected in November,” but the upcoming presidential election was actually spurring some home purchases by buyers concerned that mortgage interest rates would rise after November.

    Many of homebuyers are worried about interest rates rising after the election and feel they may be artificially held down by the current administration. Some of the agents said “I think now people are in a hurry before the election and not knowing what the future will hold after the elections.”

    In conclusion, the house market is better than 4 years ago and affordability has improved. The prices are about the same level on 2009, but interest rate is lower. This is favorable in both ways –for sellers and for the buyers.

    If you are seller and want to sell your house fast, call me at 702-306-4917. The house market show that is good time to sale, when more people can afford to buy a home.

    If you are behind your mortgage payments and do not know your option you can find out on http://lasvegashomeownershelp.com

     

    If you are buyer looking for a home, do not delay-you can afford more house on this interest rate now, comparing with when rate rise. Start your search today on http://lasvegasforsalehomes.com

    Aneta Ivanova

    Broker sales person, CDPE, Realtor®

    Exit Realty Imoti

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    702-306-4917

    Aneta_Ivanova29@yahoo.com

  • It’s time to take another look at short sales in Henderson, Nevada

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Henderson, Home Selling in Henderson, Moving in Henderson  |  October 6, 2012 7:36 PM  |  448 views  |  No comments

    Let’s take a new look what happens in Clark county, Nevada

    As recently as a few months ago, if you would have told a real estate agent who specialized in short sales that they’d be raving about a lender’s stellar service and rapid approval times—not to mention significant cash incentives for financially strapped homeowners for pursuing a short sale—you’d have gotten some strange looks.

    That’s all changed.  And it’s changed faster and to a greater extent than most real estate professionals ever could have imagined.

    With a glut of bank-owned properties dragging down the recovery of the real estate market, as well as the national economy, major lenders are more eager than ever before to avoid foreclosure. So they’ve sharpened their focus on short sales. Big time.

    The biggest lenders in the country have staffed up to ensure rapid processing of short sale applications. They’ve ponied up with cash incentives at closing for homeowners who pursue a short sale

    This is big news and the media has not really caught onto it yet. What’s important for you to know is that whatever you’ve read or heard in the past about long lag times and frustrations with short sales is probably no longer the case.

    As a member of the CDPE Advanced community, I’m tapped into major lenders and on top of major developments affecting short sales and bank-owned properties.  I invite you to visit my website http://lasvegashomeownershelp.com  to learn more and feel free to contact me any time at 702-306-4917 or Aneta_Ivanova29@yahoo.com   if you or anyone you know is struggling with an unmanageable mortgage.

  • Housing shortage in Henderson, Nevada

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Henderson, Home Buying in Henderson, Home Selling in Henderson  |  September 15, 2012 7:17 PM  |  270 views  |  No comments

    Housing Shortage Nationwide

    The market is showing housing shortage even in one of latest most hit from the housing crisis state-Nevada and Las Vegas and Henderson specially.

    1 in 4 Major Metros Showing Improvements

    There is some excellent news from the National Association of Home Builders! According to their Improving Markets Index for August 2012, 1 out of every 4 major metro areas is seeing improvement in the housing market.

     

    The association’s chief economist, David Crowe, believes that this trend can return the housing market to the “traditional role of driving economic growth.”

     

    The housing market is improving, and we’re seeing it all across the country. But there is still a housing shortage in some areas, and home builders need to get building to catch up with the demand in these improving metros.

    In recent months, we’ve seeing the coming housing shortage in American markets. Well two recent reports are reinforcing those claims and it looks like the shortage is heating up.

    According to Redfin (who tracks home prices in 19 different U.S. markets), home prices are up 3.2% from July 2011 to July 2012, and the overall number of homes that are for sale dropped a huge 28%.

    In Las Vegas, Nevada some areas shows home prices are up about 8%, and number of homes for sale dropped about 46%. Most recent stats shows only 3912 active listings for single family homes, 250 townhomes and  1200 condos.

    Freddie Mac is also sharing news from their U.S. Economic Housing Outlook for August, and the home price index has risen 4.8%. Not only that, Freddie Mac says there is no huge shadow inventory waiting to come onto the market, as other may believe.

    These statistics show that the housing markets in major cities are going to continue to see a falling inventory of housing, which will drive up the prices. So if you are still looking and searching online, but did not take an action the time to buy really is now!

    Aneta Ivanova

    Broker Sales Person, Realtor®

    Exit Realty Imoti

    http://lasvegasforsalehomes.com

     

     

     

  • Housing Shortage Nationwide and in Las Vegas, Nevada too

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Las Vegas, Home Buying in Las Vegas, Home Selling in Las Vegas  |  September 15, 2012 7:03 PM  |  225 views  |  No comments

    Housing Shortage Nationwide

    The market is showing housing shortage even in one of latest most hit from the housing crisis state-Nevada and Las Vegas specially.

    1 in 4 Major Metros Showing Improvements

    There is some excellent news from the National Association of Home Builders! According to their Improving Markets Index for August 2012, 1 out of every 4 major metro areas is seeing improvement in the housing market.

     

    The association’s chief economist, David Crowe, believes that this trend can return the housing market to the “traditional role of driving economic growth.”

     

    The housing market is improving, and we’re seeing it all across the country. But there is still a housing shortage in some areas, and home builders need to get building to catch up with the demand in these improving metros.

    In recent months, we’ve seeing the coming housing shortage in American markets. Well two recent reports are reinforcing those claims and it looks like the shortage is heating up.

    According to Redfin (who tracks home prices in 19 different U.S. markets), home prices are up 3.2% from July 2011 to July 2012, and the overall number of homes that are for sale dropped a huge 28%.

    In Las Vegas, Nevada some areas shows home prices are up about 8%, and number of homes for sale dropped about 46%. Most recent stats shows only 3912 active listings for single family homes, 250 townhomes and  1200 condos.

    Freddie Mac is also sharing news from their U.S. Economic Housing Outlook for August, and the home price index has risen 4.8%. Not only that, Freddie Mac says there is no huge shadow inventory waiting to come onto the market, as other may believe.

    These statistics show that the housing markets in major cities are going to continue to see a falling inventory of housing, which will drive up the prices. So if you are still looking and searching online, but did not take an action the time to buy really is now!

    Aneta Ivanova

    Broker Sales Person, Realtor®

    Exit Realty Imoti

    http://lasvegasforsalehomes.com

 
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