Categories for Foreclosure

Understand Your Options To Avoid Foreclosure

Even though experts agree there’s no chance of a large-scale foreclosure crisis, there are a number of homeowners who may be coming face-to-face with foreclosure as a possibility. And while the overall percentage of homeowners at risk is decreasing with time (see graph below), that’s little comfort to those individuals who are ...

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Real Estate Deep Dive – August 4th 2021 – Forbearance Deadline & Foreclosure Crisis

On today’s Real Estate Deep Dive we will be taking an updated look at the forbearance program and if it is likely to cause a foreclosure crisis and housing market crash. Many people are hearing that there is a September 30th, 2021 deadline for the COVID-19 forbearance program. So we ...

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4 Reasons Why the End of Forbearance Will Not Lead to a Wave of Foreclosures

With forbearance plans about to come to an end, many are concerned the housing market will experience a wave of foreclosures like what happened after the housing bubble 15 years ago. Here are four reasons why that won’t happen. 1. There are fewer homeowners in trouble this time After the ...

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The Real Estate Deep Dive (07/21/21) – Forecast 2nd Half 2021

Join us as we take a look at what is forecasted for the residential real estate market for the 2nd half of 2021. (Topics covered: Interest rate, home price appreciation, home inventory, new builds, forbearance, and foreclosures) ...

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4 Major Reasons Households in Forbearance Won’t Lose Their Homes to Foreclosure

There has been a lot of discussion as to what will happen once the 2.3 million households currently in forbearance no longer have the protection of the program. Some assume there could potentially be millions of foreclosures ready to hit the market. However, there are four reasons that won’t happen. ...

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6 Simple Graphs Proving This Is Nothing Like Last Time

Last March, many involved in the residential housing industry feared the market would be crushed under the pressure of a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic. Instead, real estate had one of its best years ever. Home sales and prices were both up substantially over the year before. 2020 was so strong that many now ...

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