Tag Archives: Relocation

Houston, We Have A Problem

What happens when there are no homes to sell?  Seriously, have you ever stopped to consider what would happen if there were literally no homes to sell and no homes to buy? It seems ludicrous to even think about such … Continue reading

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No More Messing Around

If you are behind in your payments and you live in California, you better contact your bank and discuss your options and you need to do so quickly.  In all likelihood you’ll need to hire a Realtor to get your … Continue reading

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Foreclosures Plummet! but…

Foreclosures plummeted 33% nationwide from a year ago according to Irvine based RealtyTrac.  In Ventura County that number declined 18%.  Most economists believe this reflects a slower process from the banks rather than an easing of distressed sellers.  I personally … Continue reading

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Should I Stay or Should I Go (part 2 of 2)

When I’m on a listing appointment where the seller owes more than the property is worth, and they lacks the hardship required for a short sale, the conversation usually ends up with the seller asking, “Tim, what are my options?”  … Continue reading

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Should I Stay or Should I Go (Part 1 of 2)

As a college kid in the eighties I loved the Clash.  Should I stay or should I go now… A lot can be learned from the poets and the artists of the world…  If I go there will be trouble, … Continue reading

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