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35 Days Off From Blogging “Stop With The Excuses”

Oct 18

filed under: Real Estate

Wow and I had been on such a roll since the first of the year when I first started blogging. Pretty much blogging three times a week, blogging ahead of time when I was out of town so as not to deviate from my blogging stride. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Howard Harris

Why Setting Up A Personal Customized Property Search Will Save You A Lot Of Time

Sep 13

filed under: Buying A Home, Real Estate

Sure you can go and look at properties on Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com and all the other public sites that are available to you, but are you getting accurate and up to date information? There are hundreds of listings you need to sort through and then after you have done that, how many of them fit your real estate criteria and Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Howard Harris

September 11th . . . What Was Before We Know No More

Sep 09

filed under: Yada Yada

As I write this post we are two days away from the 10th anniversary of the horrible events that took place on September 11, 2001 in New York city. The upcoming anniversary is all over the news as it should be to remind us that my country, your country, the United States of America was viciously attacked by terrorists of the worst kind. No we will Read the rest of this entry »

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How Soon Can You Purchase Another Home After A Short Sale Or Foreclosure?

Sep 07

filed under: Buying A Home, Foreclosures & Short Sales, Real Estate

Most homeowners that have a prior short sale or a foreclosure often want to know how soon they can purchase another home. You have a good job now, your income is steady and you have been building up your credit. You want to take advantage of the low housing prices, low interest rates and no longer rent. Every time you ask Read the rest of this entry »

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Finally Wall Street Investment Banks And Mortgage Lenders “May Be” Held Accountable

Sep 02

filed under: Real Estate, Yada Yada

While good hard working people in this country have been losing their homes to foreclosure and short sales, we have been watching Wall Street’s investment banks, the very ones that were bailed out with taxpayer money, rake in billions of dollars in profits in the past couple of years. Same ole, same ole extravagant salaries and bonuses Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Howard Harris