Long Island Real Estate Appraisers

Topic Page | Foreclosures

December 11, 2011

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Buying Real Estate, Foreclosures, Housing Market Stats

The World Turns On, But Inventory Does Not


CoreLogic is a company that tracks all kinds of trends. They take a slice of recent history and the economic factors within it and do cool calculations that slice and dice information used by pundits and prognosticators – and sometimes speculators. Data is only as good as its interpretation.  What is even more important is […]

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December 10, 2011

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What is News?


It is beyond me how people who call themselves writers seemingly have no imagination about subject matter. There are so many things to write about in the housing industry that it confounds me when I read repeated articles about old news. Do we really need to understand that housing foreclosures are about to pick up […]

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December 9, 2011

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Foreclosures, Mortgages

This Too Shall Pass


You have exactly four options if you are underwater on your mortgage.  They are as follows: Modify your loan (hopefully it is not serviced by Fannie / Freddie) Attempt a short sale Stay and pay Walk away And that is about it.  Of course, if you live in a very desirable area, you have a […]

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November 27, 2011

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Picking your Spots and Having Patience for it to Surface


The State of Nevada has made it very clear that it will not tolerate improper foreclosures by making it a felony to not follow foreclosure procedure. This is simply a good thing. Removing someone from their home is a very serious business and has deep emotional and social implications. Until recently, foreclosures were being handled […]

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November 26, 2011

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Foreclosures, Housing Market Stats, Miscellaneous

Perhaps an Aggravating Thread Should Not Be Pulled


I have always said that if you torture a number long enough, it will say whatever you want it to say. I believe that is the case with a recent study conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. The study claims that foreclosed upon properties that are vacant have a lesser negative impact than […]

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