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by Roberta Murphy Why not resurrect assumable loans for real estate? The health of the San Diego real estate market hinges not only on home buyer demand, but also the ability of buyers to secure financing. At the same time, lenders are overwhelmed with short sales and foreclosures that hurt not only their balance sheets,
by Roberta Murphy A Zillow questioner asks if he or she should wait to buy a home in San Diego until the market levels out. It is a question that seemed to beg an answer from me, if only because we are personally struggling with that very issue as I write this post. We have
by Roberta Murphy California is privileged to have HUD release their new FHA loan limits just ahead of the rest of the country, who will get their own announcements tomorrow. These new temporary limits were government-derived by calculating 125 percent of each California county’s median home price. In San Diego, for example, the median home
by Roberta Murphy Luxury Builder, Toll Brothers, claims 2007 to be their worst year ever. If real estate investors are looking for blood in the streets, they had better be wearing galoshes. San Diego short sales and foreclosures make for tough builder competition! Even the fat books of venerable Toll Brothers, Americas largest builder of luxury
by Roberta Murphy It had to happen sooner or later with San Diego Real Estate–at least for expats. With the falling dollar, our market here has become a screaming bargain to foreign investors and expats around the world. Real estate prices in many prime US locales have already declined, and must be irresistible for those
by: Roberta Murphy Update on Acorn Loan Program NOTE –10/02/2010 So much has changed since this article was written three-plus years ago. The ACORN loan program, at least in name, is dead thanks to reported widespread fraud within the program. Judy Miller, a great friend and loan representative with Bank of America in Carlsbad, died