Monthly archive for March 2014

New Disabled Veterans Mortgage Program Offers Big Help to Maryland Vets

Applicants Need to Hurry, Though – Program Ends May 30th             Do you know a disabled military veteran looking to buy a home in this area? The state of Maryland last week announced the creation of a new – and temporary –

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More Homes Hit the Market in Time for Spring

Not only are more homes coming onto the market, but typically we don’t see a rise in asking prices this early into the year. “This is the market these sellers have been waiting for,” one expert says. More Homes Hit the Market in Time for Springcialis price

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Workers Who Relocate Share Their Must-Haves for a New Home

When it comes to relocation for a new job, transferees say the two most important factors in choosing a new home are being in or near a specific school district and having a work commute of 30 minutes or less. Relocating Employees Share Their Dream Listscialis online

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Four Million Homes Return to Positive Equity

If negative equity in your home has kept you from selling it, now is the time to reassess whether selling your home makes sense. In 2013, 4 million homes returned to positive equity, bringing the total to 42.7 million, CoreLogic reports. “The plight of the underwater borrower

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Chapelgate Violence, Traffic & Drugs Fuel Security Efforts

Below is a link to an interesting article in the West County Gazette. In September a 19-month-old child sustained minor injuries in Chapelgate when a still-unidentified suspect sent several shotgun blasts through the family’s living room window. In December, Sharron Charles Mason, 19, was shot to death

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Latest Stats Show Number of First-Time Homebuyers Dwindling

According to new figures published by the National Association of Realtors, first-time homebuyers accounted for 26 percent of purchases in January, down from 30 percent a year earlier. It’s the lowest market share for first-time buyers that NAR has recorded since it began measuring it in 2008.

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Student Debt Holds Some Buyers Back, But Doesn’t Need To

According to the article, “underwriters generally treat student debt in a more positive light than credit card or auto loan debt.” Study: Student Debt Holds Buyers Back, But Doesn’t Need Togeneric cialis new zealand

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It’s Getting Easier to Qualify for an FHA Mortgage Loan

Wondering whether you qualify to purchase a new home? A government agency reports that the average credit score on FHA-backed loans fell to 680 in 2013, and the average debt-to-income ratio of borrowers rose to 40.3 percent — both indicators that credit requirements may be easing. In

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