November 12, 2011 rummy

Why the End of Year Are A Best Time To Sell Your Home! If your serious about selling Or Buyers a home “don’t wait until after the holidays.” Why? Well because I am convinced that if someone is really motivated, then they have to follow the laws of simple economics:  Supply and Demand. “I am going to wait to put my home on the market after the holidays.”  Seems like the most logical thing to do, but people don’t realize this is a great time to sell your home!  Price is supply and demand driven.  And when supply drops, demand…

November 11, 2011 rummy 1Comment

Covering Fannie, Freddie, FHA, and VA Ann. SEL-2010-05: Underwriting Borrowers with a Prior Pre-foreclosure Sale or Deed-in-Lieu of Foreclosure (04/14/10) To support overall market stability and reinforce the importance of borrowers working with their servicers when they have difficulty repaying their debt, Fannie Mae is updating several policies regarding the future eligibility of borrowers to obtain a new mortgage loan after experiencing a pre-foreclosure event (pre-foreclosure sale, short sale, or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure). The “waiting period” – the amount of time that must elapse after the pre-foreclosure event – is changing and may be dependent on the LTV ratio for…

November 9, 2011 rummy

Start your Commercial Search now at and ask about our buyer incentive program. www.FreeNyHomesearch.com Or call me for a free buyer counseling ! By Rummy Dhanoa ( Expert Advisor) Industrial Property Asking Price Index – Sale Trends Sep 11 vs. 3 mo. prior Y-O-Y – State $91.24 +0.4% +3.3% – Metro $114.31 -0.4% -2.7% – County $127.38 -1.5% -9.0% For industrial properties in the metro area for the month, the average asking price was $114.31 per square foot. This shows a drop of 2.7% year-over-year, and a decline of 0.7% from the end of the second quarter of 2011. This…

November 4, 2011 rummy

Unfortunately, too many times, sellers leave great sums of money on the table when they are held in reserve, unwilling or unable to correctly prepare their home for sale. Unless you are in a situation of severe distress, money wise, there really are no excuses to not making your home “Market Ready”. It starts with de-cluttering, cleaning and staging your home and making sure that everything is in working order and good repair. You must keep in mind that buyers will almost always overestimate any type of repair or needed update and want to deduct the perceived cost from the…

October 27, 2011 rummy 2Comment

With the summer season over and the holidays quickly approaching some sellers are more anxious to sell their homes, as others will wait for the spring season to come around. The key to making a great lowball offer is to look for homes that have been on the market for an excessive amount of time. The softer the market the more likely the seller will consider the offer. Buyers can make serious mistakes when making a lowball offer. 1- Before submitting an offer, your realtor should have done a full comparative market analysis of the area the home is in.  Some…

September 6, 2011 rummy

  Rates are still in the low 4’s on 30 year fixed! FHA is still doing 3.5% down with 6% seller concessions! SONYMA is still at 4.5% with 3% down for those that qualify. They also will give 3% towards closing ! costs for free! PRICES ARE DOWN, RATES ARE LOW! IT’S AN AWESOME TIME TO BUY!

September 3, 2011 rummy

Is the Landlord Reference really the tenant’s landlord? Did you ever think the landlord reference the tenant gives you on your rental application might be false? Unfortunately, it is very common for a rental applicant to offer up a fake landlord reference, especially when he does not want you to hear what that landlord has to say about him! The purpose of The Landlord Reference Qualifier is to help you to determine if the information being given to you by the tenants’ current or past landlord is the truth. This screening technique has been succesfully tested over time by professional…

August 10, 2011 rummy

S&P Downgraded the USA a economy to AA+ and Moody is still at AAA+ , what does that mean to you as an investor, buyer and home seller in today’s real estate market. Fannie  Mac and Freddic Mac, is 80% owned by the U.S Government after receiving more then $150-billion in federal bailout funds to purchase bundles of mortgages from banks, providing lenders with fresh cash to make new loans. Fannie and Freddie package those mortgages to sell it to investor. Mortgage Rate: The 30-Year Fixed rate mortgage was down after the downgrade to 4.44% and expect to come to…