Foreclosure rates dropping in California

California had the third biggest decrease among U.S. states in the number of homes in some stage of the foreclosure process, CoreLogic reported. As of February, 2.4 percent of the California homes with a mortgage, or about 160,000 households, faced the possibility of foreclosure. That’s down 0.6 of a percentage point from January of last …

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Time share scam tips

Timeshares seem like the best vacation ever–resort vacation, your trip destination planned in advance, fixed or floating times to use your unit, manicured grounds, good food…  But what happens when you get tired of it? Those fees add up, the time share locations can get boring–and you may want to sell your time share. Unfortunately, …

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8 new-home trends for 2012

A recent article by MSN Real Estate focused on a survey by the National Association of Business Economics, covering new-home building trends in 2012.  Read further to get the gist of the article, and head on over to MSN’s website for more details. The housing industry has taken a beating these past few years, but …

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OCC Publicizes Independent Foreclosure Reviews

Advertisements informing the public about the independent foreclosure reviews underway at 14 servicers hit the presses and the radio airwaves Wednesday. Released by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the advertisements inform the public that those who underwent foreclosure in 2009 and 2010 might be eligible for an independent review if there …

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