Monthly Archives: March 2011

Realtor Action Center: Preserve, Protect and Defend the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Preserve, Protect and Defend the Mortgage Interest Deduction –> Tell Me More: Learn about NAR’s position on the Mortgage Interest Deduction Subject: Co-Sponsor H.Res 25. Preserve, Protect, & Defend the Mortgage Interest Deduction. Dear [Decision Maker], As both your constituent and … Continue reading

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BofA Pilots Program to Lower Mortgages — New York Real Estate

BofA Pilots Program to Lower Mortgages by Raja Tayeb on March 7, 2011 Arizona, Nevada, and California are among the states that have proposed using federal aid money to have Bank of America lower the amount struggling borrowers owe on … Continue reading

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Committee Votes to End 2 Housing Aid Programs — New York Real Estate

Committee Votes to End 2 Housing Aid Programs by John Tayeb on March 7, 2011 Republicans in the House Financial Services Committee voted Thursday to end two foreclosure programs that they argue haven’t done enough to help struggling home owners. … Continue reading

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Modern Single-Family Home: The Calem-Rubin Residence by David Jameson — New York Real Estate

Modern Single-Family Home: The Calem-Rubin Residence by David Jameson by John Tayeb on March 7, 2011 Originally constructed in 1939, the Calem-Rubin Residence received a contemporary look from David Jameson Architect Inc. The house was transformed from a colonial style … Continue reading

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4 Red Flags That Send Buyers Running — New York Real Estate

4 Red Flags That Send Buyers Running by Raja Tayeb on March 7, 2011 How you present a listing online and the words you choose to describe it may be turning off some buyers. Bankrate.com recently asked real estate professionals … Continue reading

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More Americans Confident About Home Ownership — New York Real Estate

More Americans Confident About Home Ownership by Raja Tayeb on March 2, 2011 Americans are more confident about the stability of home prices than they were at the beginning of 2010, according to Fannie Mae’s latest national housing survey, conducted … Continue reading

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