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Pros And Cons Of Selling Your Home To A Real Estate Investor

Forbes magazine has an interesting article with the above title: It goes into the pros and cons of selling to an investor. Since Central Cal Homes, Inc. does buy directly from Sellers as well, I thought it beneficial for prospective sellers to see the comments from an outsiders perspective.

The Pro’s are: 1) Flexible payment options. 2) Cash […]

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Depending on location it could take longer to sell your home.

7/17/14

Guarantee Real Estate just reported that the number of homes for sale has increased and the number of days

the property is on the market has increased slightly year to date; the number of days on the market is the time it takes to

get a buyer, not when it actually closes escrow.  Our experience puts that number around 45 days.  […]

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You May Qualify For A “HARP” Refinance Loan

12-4-13 – The Home Affordable Refinance Program, also known as HARP, is a federal program of the United States, set up by the Federal Housing Finance Agency in March 2009 to help underwater and near-underwater homeowners refinance their mortgages.  The application deadline is Dec 31, 2015.  To see if you qualify check out the HARP website!

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Unemployment Mortgage Assistance

If you’ve received unemployment benefits within the last 30 days you could qualify for mortgage assistance.  Notice there’s a time parameter here.  If you’re about to lose you unemployment benefits, you need to hurry.  See it at Keep Your Home California

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Distressed sales still falling in Fresno

Distressed homes in Fresno County were 24 percent of all homes sold in December 2013. This is good compared to 52 percent in December of 2012. This is a reflection, in my opinion, of the increased values of homes compared to 2012. The median price appreciation was in the high teens, low 20’s for 2013.

For those of you […]

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