Monthly Archives: August 2010

Aqua In Marina Del Rey Sold

Here’s the back story. Jeff emails: Great news. Building has been sold Brookfield and Stellar both gone as of today. Thank GOD!!!!! They took me through this eviction BS for nothing. Filing a civil suit against them next week but … Continue reading

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Foreclosures Rise On Rich Homes

Karen Triggiani tells me that foreclosure is blind. Even the rich homes are going into foreclosure at increasing rates. It’s harder to feel sorry for the rich. The LAT reports: The number of homes in the $1-million-and-up slice of the … Continue reading

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4 Legal ways to prevent losing your home to foreclosure

Diana Perkins writes: Every year, there are over 8 million homeowners who are seeking help to prevent losing their homes to foreclosure. Many homeowners are not even aware that they can prevent losing their home to foreclosure by following some … Continue reading

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Opt for refinancing to avoid foreclosure

Diana Perkins writes: Financial decisions are the most important decisions that are to be taken in someone’s life. Usually smart financial decisions go beyond normal savings and periodic investments. Sometimes you are faced with tough decisions in order to improve … Continue reading

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Homeowners Struggle To Pay Mortgages

More mortgage modification news. Will the schemes and manipulations never end? Why not let the free market sort it out? Here’s an article from CNBC sent to me by Karen Triggiani: If you’ve demonstrated a track record of paying your … Continue reading

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Interest Rates Stay Low

Economists expected interest rates to rise dramatically in 2010. It hasn’t happened. They’ve stayed at record-low levels. The federal government has a huge deficit. Why isn’t this demand for funding driving up interest rates? How will this affect the housing … Continue reading

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What Got Us Into This Housing Mess?

On Dennis Prager’s radio show today, economist Tom Sowell said: “What got us into this was that mortgages started to default and there was a whole domino effect going through the whole financial system because people had bought these mortgage-backed … Continue reading

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