Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Is it OK to gatecrash a Realtor’s open house?

Yes, but only if you follow this Reddiquette

CoreLogic: Home prices rose 6.9% annually in August

Forecasts calls for 4.3% growth by August 2016

TRID pushes industry into digital mortgages

eMortgages are the obvious choice

Items Tagged with 'California'


Another one bites the dust: MERS wins again

California Third Appellate District Court affirms MERS’ rights to assign a mortgage
MERSCORP Holdings announced Monday that it secured another victory over a homeowner who challenged its authority to assign a mortgage. MERS had its authority upheld this time by the Court of Appeal of California for the Third Appellate District.
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San Francisco to address skyrocketing housing costs

Plan calls for more affordable housing units for middle-income families
The city of San Francisco is moving to combat its rapidly rising housing costs. The city unveiled a new plan that offers more moderately priced housing in exchange for allowing builders to exceed the city’s current building height restrictions.
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JPMorgan financing $100M Los Angeles ‘trophy properties’

Three estates available on Bel Air hillside
Buyers looking for the most extravagant of extravagance have that opportunity, courtesy of Junius Real Estate Partners, which is part of JPMorgan’s private bank. A team led by Junius and developer Domvs London are offering the uber-wealthy the chance to build a mansion overlooking Los Angeles, for the low starting price of $115 million.
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Oakland sues Wells Fargo for mortgage discrimination

Becomes latest city to sue for allegedly steering minorities into high-cost loans
The city of Oakland, California is the latest municipality to sue one of the nation’s largest banks. The city accuses Wells Fargo of allegedly steering minority borrowers into higher-cost loans, which led to rampant foreclosures and neighborhood blight.
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Trulia: Is housing shifting to a homebuyer's market?

Takes longer and longer to sell properties
First-time homebuyers can breathe a sigh of relief as the housing market takes its first steps in returning to a normal market. A new study from Trulia shows homes are finally starting to stay on the market longer, but does this give the upper hand to buyers?
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