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Archive for December, 2012

Shopping online? 10 tips to avoid ID theft this holiday season

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

The holidays are approaching and it’s time to start shopping for those special gifts. Last year, consumers spent a holiday-season record $32.6 billion online, according to comScore. Unfortunately, with so much personal financial information out there, instances of identity theft are on the rise. According to the Federal Trade Commission, as many as 9 million…Read More »

Bathroom remodeling ideas: from small to total overhaul

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

Ready to give your bathroom a face-lift, but can’t decide what changes to make? From tubs to toilets to tile, the sky is the limit when it comes to bathroom renovations, even if budget is not. Whether you are planning some small do-it-yourself changes, or a major overhaul, here are some fresh ideas for bathroom…Read More »

Have you heard about the market in Lexington KY and Surrounding Areas?

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

What’s the market doing or are things picking up is a frequently asked question today.  And yes, it is and has been over the last year.  We have had 12 months of consecutive increase in existing home sales and new construction.  This is a sign that you will need to grasp and get off the fence….Read More »

Helping seller’s get cash for their home and avoid foreclosure

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

There has been some awesome people this year reaching out for help and these are people that you may not recognize needing help.  Working the short sale market here in Lexington, KY and surrounding counties we’ve been blessed and very pleased with our closing ratio.  The Lexington or Central KY market has been effected more than you realize but there is hope around the corner.  I think we’ll be dealing with short sales and foreclosures for the next 5 years as a norm.

Since the beginning of the housing crisis, millions of homeowners have found themselves pinned in by their financial circumstances and chained to a mortgage on which they owe more than their home is worth. In the past, homeowners enduring these challenges had very few options, and most would be forced to lose their home to foreclosure.

Today, however, there are more options. The government and the banks have created a multitude of programs and foreclosure alternatives that can help people in these circumstances find a dignified solution for their problems without crippling their financial future. These options include loan modifications, refinancing, or short sales.

The most amazing development in today’s market, however, is one simple fact: Banks are now willing to give cash to homeowners to sell the home they can’t afford.

Please contact me today if you or someone you know could use my help and wants the latest information about current incentives available to distressed homeowners.