Even in this hot seller's market we were able to lock up this short sale deal for our buyer and get him and his family into this home with $29k equity! Read our blog about it here: http://lvrealestate Read more
Everyone knows that there is no magic crystal ball to tell us WHEN to buy or are we ready to see home prices go up!Â But even though it is difficult to predict we do see a light at the horizon and prices
So why is it you continue to pay down the balance on your landlords mortgage? Why aren't you buying a home to call your own? Is it because you are scared to make that "big" purchase, or is it because you
Â Las Vegas Real Estate Market Report: 02/29/12This is the latest Las Vegas Real Estate Market Report fro http://mwww.NARREIA.comÂ (National Association of Residential Real Estate Investment Advisors). For
Did you know that investors are pocketing 8-10% returns on real estate investments in Las Vegas right now?Â Contrary to all the doom and gloom most people read about, Las Vegas has an abundance of opportunities
Buyers are you passing up on properties because you cannot afford to fix them up? Well have you heard about the 203K rehab loan?, It's been available in the East Coast, and now in the West people are
Good day everyone, and thanks for viewing my blog site.Let's Â get back to basics, Â that seems to be that way this economy is turning to right?So Â lets reset like the world is trying to do and
September Sales StatisticsThis graph depicts the Year to Date Sales by quarter for Single Family Residential properties. As this graph indicates Bank Owned propertries continually have the largest number
It will depend on how much you have rebuilt your credit since you filing chapter 13. If you have a decent credit score and the bankruptcy was over 4 years ago, a lender may look at you as being a possible customer. It will depend on the lender as well.
If your husband has decent credit and makes enough money to qualify for a small home, then that may be a better possibility for you both. He might be able to obtain a loan without your income and credit and also get the first time home buyer credit. With an FHA loan you would only need 3.5% for a down payment too.
Feel free to call me and I will be happy to get one of my lenders to contact you to discuss your different options. If it will all work out, I would be happy to work with you and help you find a great home. Hope to hear from you.
Len McGuirk, Realtor
Prudential Americana Group
Direct: (702) 203-6688