Sunol Real Estate News
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Friday Mar 10 | via Inside Bay Area
Renters who have a down payment standing in the way between them and their first home will get help this summer. Antioch City Council members recently agreed to provide seed money to a nonprofit group that will help lower-income residents obtain the grants and loans they need to become homeowners. Comment?
Thursday Feb 23 | via The Community Voice
Most people will tell you that you must have excellent credit and a big down payment to secure a larger mortgage. The reality is that while having a big chunk of cash to put down on a house is nice to have, it is not always an absolute requirement. Comment?
Thursday Feb 23 | via Inman
Two Bay Area MLSs have signed a deal to share "pre-market" listings with each other's members through a private social network from RESAAS. Comment?
Jan 24, 2017 | via Pacifica Tribune
Financial technology company SmartAsset has ranked California's "healthiest" housing markets, and three are in the East Bay. You've seen one study after another touting this city and that neighborhood as the "hottest" or the "costliest" or the "most walkable" or the a whatever. Comment?
Jan 5, 2017 | via East Bay Express
A new report by the California Reinvestment Coalition and the legal advocacy group Housing and Economic Rights Advocates shows that the nation's largest banks and mortgage servicing companies continue to violate standards and laws mandated by the National Mortgage Settlement, the California Homeowner Bill of Rights, and new federal mortgage servicing rules. The result is that many homeowners who qualify for loan modifications continue to be wrongfully foreclosed on, further damaging California's communities by displacing families, evaporating their savings, and depressing local tax revenues. Comment?
9 hrs ago | via The Wave
Attom reported 11,148 homes were flipped last year in the four-county region, down 3 percent vs 2015. Flips were 6.8 percent of all sales in the region. Comment?
Tuesday | via Los Angeles Times
Southern California home prices jumped in February, posting the largest increase in more than a year, as buyers rushed to outbid one another for a meager selection of homes for sale. The six-county region's median price for new and resale homes hit $460,000 last month, up $5,000 from January, real estate firm CoreLogic said Tuesday. Comment?
Monday Mar 20 | via Credit.com
Millennials in Ohio are getting the most affordable mortgages, with Toledo, Akron, Lakewood and Dayton claiming four of the top 10 cities with the lowest average mortgage amounts for the age group, according to LendingTree. California, however, is on the opposite end of the spectrum, with four of the 10 cities with the highest average mortgage amounts: San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego. Comment?
Sunday Mar 19 | via Pasadena Star-News
Lifelong Californian Lori Thompson is well aware of the state's dire affordable housing problem. She's just wondering why she's the one who has to pay to fix it. Comment?
Sunday Mar 19 | via Fox News
"We all need to save money to send our kids to college, to buy our first house, and to retire. But the truth is that most of us don't save very much." Comment?
6 min ago | via Business Wire
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7 min ago | via Business Wire
Neo uniquely brings together Synechron's digital, business and technology consulting to allow financial institutions to deploy cutting-edge, AI solutions that solve complex business challenges. Synechron has built 14 reusable applications - Accelerators - that allow financial institutions to reduce time-to-market when applying AI to enhance business operations, reduce operating costs, and create better client experiences. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Financial Times
What does this show? This shows the share price of the start-up digital estate agency Purplebricks since November 1. Its share price has more than doubled to 289p over that period - while those of two rival estate agencies, using the traditional branch-based model, have fallen. Why are investors so keen on Purplebricks? This company, launched by former lawyer Michael Bruce and his brother Kenny in 2014, is backed by the well-known equity investor Neil Woodford , who owns a 26 per cent stake. It aims to disrupt the estate agency market using a "hybrid" model in which vendors of homes pay a fixed fee, rather than the percentage-based charges of traditional agencies. Comment?
15 min ago | via Credit.com
If you're expecting a big tax refund this year, you've probably already decided what you're going to do with that money. Whether it's a vacation, a new jet ski or a nice boost to your retirement savings, you're probably pretty excited about the extra cash. Comment?
23 min ago | via The Washington Post
The Manhattan tower co-owned by the family of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, has been losing money for three years and faces increasing loan fees in 2017, which may explain why the family has been negotiating with Chinese insurance behemoth Anbang on new financing. The fees, at 666 Fifth Avenue, kicked in last month and escalate with each payment until the loan is repaid, a 2011 refinancing agreement shows. Comment?
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