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Falmouth Real Estate - Heath Coker

Falmouth MA has more waterfront than any other town in the country.

By Heath Coker | Broker in Falmouth, MA
  • Most closed October single-family home sales in MA since 2004

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Massachusetts, Home Buying in Massachusetts, Home Selling in Massachusetts  |  December 9, 2013 6:46 AM  |  338 views  |  No comments
    The MAR has published a report that has a couple of titles. One of the titles being Most closed October single-family home sales since 2004 . Other statistics in the report are also positive for sellers. I know that on Cape Cod, we have experienced a good year, and in Falmouth sales in the luxury market are up.

    In a nutshell, the housing statistics are stronger for sellers than for buyers in Massachusetts. According to the report dated November 26, 2013, the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, MAR, states that in almost every statistic, housing data is stronger that it has been over MANY years.

    To add fuel to sellers' positions that their property is now worth more, Boston has been forecast to have a stellar real estate market in 2014.  The Boston market will usually lead the Cape Cod market.

    If you are thinking of investing in a vacation property, now may be the time to get off the fence.
  • Robert Paul Properties #1 in Luxury Properties Cape Cod & South Coast

    Posted Under: General Area in Massachusetts, Home Buying in Massachusetts, Home Selling in Massachusetts  |  January 13, 2013 9:16 AM  |  478 views  |  No comments
    Robert Paul Properties #1 in Luxury Properties Cape Cod & South Coast
    Robert Paul Properties is number 1 in Luxury Properties Cape Cod & South Coast. This picture paints multi-million words.

    Known as a vacation getaway across the globe, Cape Cod draws crowds from all over. When asked why people come here instead of going other places for the summer, the response is often, "For certain summer weeks and months, Cape Cod has the best weather in the world."

    From Falmouth to Truro, Marion to Rochester, Wareham to Osterville, Robert Paul Properties is #1 in Luxury Property sales. The luxury market is usually considered $1,000,000 and above. Cape Cod has its share of wonderful waterfront and ocean views.

    Whether you are in Falmouth - where there is more waterfront than in any other town in the US - or by the National Seashore at the outer reaches of Cape Cod vacation land, luxury properties are expertly handled by the professionals at Robert Paul Properties.

  • Massachusetts Foreclosures - Hold Your Horses Wells Fargo And The Rest

    Posted Under: Foreclosure in Massachusetts  |  December 16, 2011 2:45 PM  |  577 views  |  No comments
    This month, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley initiated a lawsuit against 5 major US banks. They have allegedly illegally seized properties, filed fraudulent foreclosure documents, and failed to help struggling borrowers who could have stayed in their homes if those borrowers had been allowed to make lower mortgage payments through a loan modification.
     
    The lawsuit is against Bank of America Corp., Wells Fargo & Co., JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup Inc., and GMAC, a subsidiary of Ally Financial Inc. It also names MERS, also known as Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc. and its parent company MERSCORP as defendants.
     
    Ms. Coakley says that "the banks have charted a destructive path by cutting corners and rushing to foreclose on homeowners without following the rule of (MA) law.’’ She is trying to achieve some accountability for the banks’ apparent illegal behavior and is hoping to provide some real relief for homeowners.
     
    This the first major legal action taken against these big banks talks started with them after state attorneys generals launched investigations into allegations of fraudulent and sloppy foreclosure-related practices. Coakley's office decided to sue because negotiations with the big banks have slowed to a crawl. They have failed to offer any meaningful restitution, according to the MA AG.
     
    For more than a year the banks have not shown they understand their role in this economic mess. Her goal is to obtain, by force if necessary, some accountability from the banks.
     
    Lenders are disappointed about the litigation. They will apparently fight allegations of any wrongdoing. All of the opposing parties claim they did nothing wrong.
     
    see also:
    http://activerain.com/blogsview/1288683/ma-court-rules-that-a-foreclosure-may-not-be-a-foreclosure-
    http://activerain.com/blogsview/2067015/congressman-explains-mers-and-mortgage-fraud
    http://activerain.com/blogsview/521975/this-mers-stuff-gets-more-and-more-complex-
 
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