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A recent article from CNBC is indicating that banks may be
moving back to lower down payment loans- something not seen since the collapse
of the housing market which resulted in a 50% loss in values in some areas
of Tampa Bay.
Lenders are now beginning to approve low down payment loans,
mostly due to the fact that the government ...
There's been plenty of news recently about rising real
estate prices across the U. S. But another area of concern for home buyers in
Tampa Bay is starting to get some media attention too-rising home mortage rates.
Long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week, a sign of
market improvement according to the Federal Home Loan ...
It had to happen at some point. The inventory of
homes for sale in Tampa Bay has been steadily declining over the past 3 years.
In September of 2009, there were nearly 28,000 homes for sale in Hillsborough,
Pinellas, and Pasco counties. Fast forward to 2012 and that number has dwindled
to just over 14,000 houses on the ...
With a decreasing inventory of homes for sale in
Tampa Bay, it would be reasonable to expect a drop in the number of houses
selling in and around the bay area. But according to home sales data reported
in the Tampa MLS between June 26th and July 25th, 2012, the
number of residential properties sold in the Tampa Bay area rose ...
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In 2005 and 2006, the Tampa Bay real estate market was booming. Mortgages were easy to obtain, home prices were rising, and everyone wanted in on the "American Dream". Owning a home has been the goal of nearly everyone I have known or met, and keeping that home has always been at the top of the list when hard times ...
What’s the recent news for the local real estate market: Bidding
Wars, Fewer Homes for Sale, Foreclosures snapped up as soon as they hit the
There’s a lot of talk in the local media, both Print and
Television, about the Tampa Real Estate market and the appearance of it turning
from a Buyer’s to a ...