Sunday, February 12, 2012

Asistencia Para Los Primeros Compradores De Casa

Un primer comprador de casa es el siguiente: el que no tiene casa en los ultimos tres anos, que no esta en le prestamo de ninguna casa o en el titulo de ninguna casa. Hay asistencia disponible para los primeros compradores de casa en la ciudad de Los Angeles ( incluye el valle de san fernando y excluye la ciudad de san fernando) si califican pueden recibir hasta $ 60,000 para el enganche, basado en el numero de miembros de la familia y el salario, se combinan estas dos cosas. La compra puede ser una casa, un condominio o un townhouse. Hay tambien dos bancos que tienen programas disponibles, uno de ellos es un prestamo convencional fijo por 30 anos con un enganche del 3% con un salario maximo de $52,000 que puede ser extendido de acuerdo con la area que el comprador escoja. Si desean mas informacion llamen at 818 481 9211 o envien un correo electronico a:

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First Time Home Buyers Down Payment Assistant Available

If you are a fist time home buyers ( have not own a house in three years, and are not on any loans loan) you may be elegible to receive up to $ 60,000 for Down payment or closing cost, there is money available right now.

You can buy: a house, condominium or townhome that are not tenant occupied.  To qualify for it need to make an appointment with me to go over you income, number of family members and more.

You can reach me by email: or by phone at 818 481 9211.

Alberto Pacheco
818 481 9211
Keller Williams Granada Hills
16842 Devonshire St
Granada Hills CA 91344
Lic 01200694  Foreclosures, Probate Homes and Short Sale Homes Available.

Foreclosure Market Update

 Slowly, but surely, the foreclosure crisis seems to be abating.The number of homes in foreclosure shrunk by 130,000, or 8.4%, in 2011, according to a report from CoreLogic, an economic research firm.
These are homes owned by borrowers who had slipped far behind on payments, forcing lenders to put them into the foreclosure process. The homes remain foreclosure inventory until they're sold -- either at auction or in a short sale, which is when a home is sold for less than the mortgage value -- or until homeowners are current again on payments.
There are dual reasons for the inventory drop, according to Mark Fleming, chief economist with CoreLogic.

Foreclosure deal has 40 states but others balk

"The pace at which properties are entering foreclosure is slowing," he said. "And servicers nationwide stepped up the rate at which they were able to process distressed assets."
In recent years, homes have entered foreclosure more slowly because lenders are carefully scrutinizing applicants; only very low-risk borrowers get loans. That, plus a gradual improvement in the economy, means fewer borrowers are getting into trouble.

Even borrowers in default are not going into the foreclosure process as quickly as they used to. They're being held up by a variety of judicial and regulatory constraints, according to Fleming.
For one thing, the robo-signing issue, in which banks filed sloppy and sometimes improper paperwork, made lenders more cautious about getting their paperwork in order before beginning to process foreclosures.

Once the banks do put homes into foreclosure, they're trying to speed them through it faster. One way they've done that is by encouraging short sales.Another is that they've stepped up their foreclosure prevention efforts -- often with the aid of numerous government programs such as Home Affordable Modification Program, which the government claims has helped a million Americans keep their homes.

After foreclosures are completed and the homes are back in the hands of their lenders, the homes are being sold very quickly. "This is the first time in a year that REO sales [those of bank-owned properties] have outpaced completed foreclosures," said Fleming.

In December 2011, there were 103 sales of bank-owned homes for every 100 homes in foreclosure inventory. That was up considerably from November 2010, when there were only 94 REO sales for every 100 in the foreclosure process.

Florida has the dubious distinction of recording the highest foreclosure inventory in the nation in December, with more than 17% of homeowners seriously delinquent and nearly 12% of homes with mortgages in foreclosure inventory The inventory in Florida is bloated because, as in more than half of all the states, most foreclosures have to go through the courts.

Foreclosure free ride: Three years and no payments

Courts have taken a much closer look at the cases coming before them, no longer taking the bank's word for everything.. Consequently, it takes a longer time to schedule an auction, which keeps many homes trapped in the foreclosure pipeline.A hard-hit state such as Nevada, which has had the highest incidence of delinquency in the nation but where most foreclosures do not go through he courts, posted a foreclosure inventory rate of less than half that of Florida. To top of page