Foreclosure actions increased by 2.0 percent in May from April’s 75 month low point for foreclosure activity according to RealtyTrac’s U.S. Foreclosure Market Report released June 11.
However, the good news is that May 2013 foreclosure filings were still 28 percent below May 2012 filings.
Last week’s news was relatively quiet with no data significant to real estate and mortgage lending released until Wednesday, when the federal government announced a $138 billion budget deficit for May.
Whenever a scene in a film or television show takes place in a private home, have you ever thought about who owns that property?
If you advertise your property in the right way, your home could have its 15 minutes of fame as the set for a film or a television show episode.
Many home buyers have found the perfect house, signed on the dotted line and may think they’ve watched enough home improvement shows to know if the home they’re getting is in good shape. Unfortunately, some buyers make the mistake of skipping a home inspection in order to save a little cash.
Since we recently passed the filing date for 2012 taxes, it may be a good time to plan for next year and get your tax tracking systems in place.
Check carefully to make sure that you are not making any of these common homeowner tax mistakes â which could cost you money or get you in trouble with the IRS.
The U.S. Department of Labor released its Non-Farm Payrolls and National Unemployment Rate reports Friday showing 175,000 jobs were added in May, which surpassed expectations of 164,000 new jobs and April’s reading of 149,000 jobs added. The jobs added in May were largely from the private sector.
Last week’s economic reports provided a mixed bag of results. Investors continue to watch the Fed’s mortgage backed security purchasing trends in order to determine forward mortgage pricing.
Rather than a simple line of defense that keeps out burglars, it will be a completely integrated and custom designed automated system that responds intelligently to your needs.