New Protections from Lenders for Buyers, Home Owners and Sellers

Because of new rules just published by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), homeowners, after years of abuse from their lenders’ mortgage servicing companies,  will now find they’re not being steamrolled into penury. The new rules deliver a black eye to the well heeled mortgage industry and deal with 9 nine major topics: periodic billing statements, interest-rate adjustment
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Breaking News: Gigantic Pot Of New Cash To Help (1) Homeowners Facing Foreclosure (2) Buyers of Foreclosed Homes

Get That Cash! As part of the National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement, Mayor Greg Fischer and Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway jointly announced on July 30, 2012 that $3.2 million of the $19.2 million Kentucky received as part of the National Mortgage Settlement will be used to help rid Louisville of vacant and abandoned properties in targeted
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Fire Your Land Lord – New Down Payment Money Available For Buyers!

NEW MONEY AVAILABLE FOR DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE As we reported in an earlier blog, Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) received $3,000,000 from the National Mortgage Foreclosure Settlement Fund to offer a new mortgage program for down payment and closing cost assistance (DAP). This program is only available untiul these funds are gone. The terms being offered
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Louisville Market Shrinking – Good News For Sellers – Not Yet Too Late For Buyers

Past Market Trend.  Back in April I wrote that there were 3 data pieces which, read together, indicate strongly that as of April 9, 2012, the Louisville housing market is improving for sellers: 1.     The median list price is trending strongly upward 2.     The asking price per square foot is trending strongly upward 3.     The average