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Travis Poole understands school issues To the editor: Of all the elections coming up next week, none is more important that the choices we make for the four open positions on the Washington County Board of Education. I have known and worked with Travis...
Real Estate MattersQ: I am a 22-year-old student who has been pre-approved for a loan to purchase my first home. I have about $10,000 in savings and don't want to spend all of my savings to get into a house. Do you know of any incentives or deals that could help me get into...
Sun SentinelHundreds of thousands of Floridians threatened with foreclosure now have new help: The nonprofit Consumer Action group has just written a free online resource guide to help struggling homeowners facing foreclosure. Housing Help: Consumer Action's...
Tags: Real Estate, Consumers
New bus tours where anyone can get on-board and go tour homes for sale are now available for prospective buyers to ride. The tours just got started by Atlantis Realty Group, and they've already sold a few homes in a few weeks. The reason why is because...
Q: Within the first year of our association, the board members decided not to pay their monthly assessments and listed those amounts as a board credit on the association financial statements. The board held a vote of the owners to allow director...
Real Estate MattersQ: We own a home in Georgia. Due to a job change, my husband moved out of state and took a large pay cut. I stayed in the home for a year after he moved and we depleted our savings during that time. We were finally able to rent the home out, but the rent...
Q: Our condominium board will adopt a new set of rules and regulations effective next month. Can the board adopt rules that impose a financial burden on residents without a unit owner vote? One rule states every dog must be registered with the board on...
The Obama administration's new plan to stimulate refinancings of FHA mortgages is likely to help large numbers of homeowners — even those who are deeply underwater — cut their monthly costs by switching to a loan with a rate below 4%. Here'...
Real Estate MattersQ: I purchased and closed on a home May 2009. The house is now 30 percent underwater. We bought it for around $120,000 and now its worth around $80,000. I've made all my payments on time and have not missed any of them. I have an FHA loan. You...
Tags: Finance, Radio, Mortgages, Prices, Money and Monetary Policy
WASHINGTON — What's behind the unusually high rate of contract cancellations and settlement delays in the real estate market? With signs of recovery emerging in many parts of the country, shouldn't deals be zipping along with minimal complications?...
Tags: Realty, Property, Home Improvement, Finance, Fannie Mae
Real Estate MattersQ: I live in Los Angeles and bought my home in 2007. The value has decreased close to $500,000, and I am on an interest-only loan for five more years. I am starting to get nervous. I would like to stay in the house, but I am not sure my bank will agree to...
WASHINGTON — How do you stack up as a potential mortgage candidate in this year's increasingly tough underwriting environment? Do you have the right stuff — credit score, debt-to-income ratio, equity or down payment — to get you...
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