We have one side calling for a halt to all foreclosures, while the other side states they should proceed. However, do we know what we are trying to accomplish? Will our efforts result in a desired result?
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More foreclosures will be coming onto the market in 2010, and some of those homes may have been a previous investor’s downfall.
Real Estate Investors looking at foreclosures may need to be warier than before when it comes to checking out a home’s electrical system.
This is more of an editorial piece looking at the foreclosure problem that does exist in Houston and elsewhere, and how this can be a green home opportunity.
Real Estate Investors and Home Buyers should take some factors into consideration when making plans for purchasing properties next year.
Thoughts on the Houston real estate market.
This program has been in existence for a few years, but here is a new look at its potential.
Houston Real Estate may be cheaper than many US markets, but did you know know that you could buy a lot for $1. Here is one way to get rid of a vacant home.
Foreclosure Inspections may be different than what you think. Find out about my service on this page. Do you need a foreclosure inspection? I imagine that you will want someone who has inspected many foreclosures, which I have, but a foreclosure inspector is really an industry specific term for the person who goes into a [...]
A look at what is happening in Houston real estate from the perspective of blogs. Topics include apartment construction and the housing market recovery.
A housing summit is being organized by HUD to deal with the housing crisis.
SEC failures lead to the financial crisis; Congress may come to a resolution if conservative Republicans can be placated; and HUD acts to help communities deal with rising foreclosures.
Honest remarks are needed about our current economic situation with clear guidance to prevent further issues arising from the current market conditions.
Bad housing news feeds upon itself, which causes more bad news.