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What is HARP 2.0 Mortgage Refinance? How can it benefit you as a Utah Homeowner?

The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is designed to assist homeowners in refinancing their mortgages – even if they owe more than the home’s current value.
The primary expectation for Home Affordable Refinance is that refinancing will put responsible borrowers in a better position by reducing their monthly principal and interest payments, reducing their interest rate, reducing the amortization period, or moving them from a more risky loan structure (such as an interest-only mortgage or a short-term ARM) to a more stable product (such as a fixed-rate mortgage).

I’m sure you are still wondering “Well how does it work?”. You have to qualify for a HARP Mortgage and this means that you have to be current on your mortgage, verifiable income and your home has to be owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. There’s a simple tool on our website at www.mymtgsolution.com that will help you find out if your home is owned by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac

If you have tried to refinance in the past but were un-able there may still be some options for you. Don’t throw in the towel yet, with mortgage interest rates low, now is the time to take advantage. Contact one of our Utah HARP Mortgage Refinance Experts to learn how you can take advantage today!

 

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Texas Real Estate Picks up Steam

The Texas economy continues to outpace the nation with modest gains in employment and home sales in July, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Existing home sales in Texas rose 1.5% in July and are 22% higher than a year earlier, the Dallas Fed said.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency said the state’s housing price index, which includes only purchase mortgages, inched up 0.3% in the second quarter from the first three months of 2011. Prices are down 2% from a year earlier.

House prices across the nation dropped 0.6% in the second quarter and remain 5.9% below a year earlier, according to the FHFA.

The Dallas Fed said single-family permits in Texas decreased 3.4% and housing starts slid 0.1% in July from the prior month, when starts rose nearly 30%.

The Lone Star State added 25,900 jobs in July after tacking on 33,000 in June, although the unemployment rate rose to 8.4% from 8.2%.

Still the rate is lower than the 9.1% nationally and the U.S. economy did not add any nonfarm payroll jobs in July, according to the Labor Department.

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Why Buying a Home Still Makes Cents!

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Top Reasons to Own a Home
 

There’s good reason that over half of all Americans are homeowners. Social and financial benefits are key factors when it comes to deciding to buy. Homeownership allows people to grow wealth slowly over time, to hold assets that build equity, and to bring stability into chaotic lives.

Despite these facts, homeownership rates have taken a hits since the recession in 2009. Falling home prices along with reduced access to credit has kept many would-be buyers from entering the market. According to Morgan Stanley, the current homeownership rate is around 59.2%. This is lowest rate since the Census Bureau began tracking in 1965. Has this reduction been a fear-based one?

The top benefits of homeownership haven’t changed, even in the face of a down economy. Here are the top five:

1. Savings: Be sure to check out the calculator at the end of this article. You’ll find that long-term homeownership is still a way to get big savings.

2. Tax Breaks: They’re not on the chopping block just yet. Many homeowners are still able to take the mortgage interest deduction (MID) each year, along with great rebates and credits associated with upgrades made to your home.

3. Equity: When you pay a landlord, it’s money down the drain. When you pay on a mortgage, you are paying towards owning a piece of something. You may still owe $100,000, but perhaps the home is worth $200,000. This means you have $100,000 worth of equity you’ve built up over time.

4. Budgeting: Unless you live in a rent-controlled apartment (and not many do), then each lease renewal could mean a jump in prices. A fixed-rate mortgage, however, means your monthly payment is the same amount for the life of the loan. A $1,000 a month payment on a 30-year mortgage is that same now as it will be in 30 years!

5. Security: When you own, it’s yours. You can paint, improve, and decorate. The trees and flowers are yours to enjoy — for a lifetime if you wish. Most homeowners are in neighborhoods with other homeowners, meaning more time to build relationships and friendships. Recent studies have also shown that homeowners rank themselves as healthier than their renter counterparts.  

Experts have recommended for years that if you’re planning on staying put for 5+ years, buying becomes an increasingly better deal. You have time to recoup any extra expenses found in closing costs and are now making an investment in your future through home price appreciation. Once your mortgage is paid off, you’ll have a real asset. That brings real stability.

Home affordability is at near record highs. Now is a good time to run the numbers and see if buying makes good financial sense. If it does, then you’re in store for a wealth of benefits that only homeowners can experience.

 

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Home Prices are Up Even as Market Continues to Struggle

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According to CNN – Home prices made a comeback during the second quarter, but the struggling housing market isn’t out of the woods yet.

Prices rose a substantial 3.6%, compared with the three months ended March 31. But home prices are still down 5.9% compared with the second quarter of 2010.

The rise in home prices came after three consecutive quarters of drops, as reported by the S&P/Case-Shiller national index — an influential gauge of residential real estate markets.

The year-over-year decline was a bit more than the than the drop of 4.7% that had been forecast by a consensus of experts at Briefing.com.

A separate monthly index of home prices in 20 major metro areas also reported a month-over-month gain of 1.1% for June, and a drop of 4.5% year-over year.

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Buffett Dreams up Bank of America Deal While Bathing

First American Express, then GEICO, now Bank of America. Warren Buffett recalls how past crises created big opportunities for Berkshire Hathaway. If he’s right, Berkshire’s $5 billion investment in BofA could be one of its most promising deals ever.

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Fortune — Early on Wednesday morning, August 24th, Warren Buffett was soaking in the bathtub at his red-brick, white-columned house in Omaha, musing about how he’d made some of his best buys when investors bailed on solid companies suffering a highly-publicized storm. He correctly predicted they’d work through the trouble, and made billions when they recovered. From the tub, Buffett recalled two such occasions.

The first was the Great Salad-Oil Scandal. In the early 1960s, a commodities mogul was taking out big loans secured by what he claimed were giant inventories of salad oil stored in warehouses owned by American Express in Bayonne, New Jersey. As it turned out, the tanks contained mostly water, with salad oil floating on the top for disguise. Shares of AmEx dropped 50%. Buffett pounced, and multiplied his investment five-fold in five years.

The second crisis-driven opportunity came in 1976, when the stock of GEICO collapsed to $2 a share from a previous high of $61. The once conservative insurer had lost its way by underpricing its policies in pursuit of reckless growth, and scrimping on reserves. Once again, Buffett reckoned that GEICO would thrive if its new management restored its low-cost, low-risk strategy. Berkshire Hathaway boosted its holdings as others fled, and by 1996 had accumulated 51% of its stock. That year, Berkshire purchased the remaining shares at $71 for $2.3 billion — 35 times what he paid in the crisis, and a price that now looks like a terrific bargain.

Thirty-five years later, Buffett thought he saw the same pattern in the big company investors reviled more than any other: Bank of America (BAC).

Buffett didn’t even have CEO Brian Moynihan’s phone number, and asked his administrative assistant to find it. When he reached Moynihan at the environmentally-friendly Bank of America Tower in midtown Manhattan, Buffett proposed a deal that was relatively light on dividends, and heavy on warrants that would produce enormous gains if BofA recovers. Moynihan, an experienced dealmaker from his days making acquisitions for Fleet, wanted near-total secrecy. He declined to bring in investment bankers, didn’t consult with lieutenants, and initially discussed the deal only with his chairman, former DuPont CEO Chad Holliday.

Can Brian Moynihan fix America’s biggest bank?

The board voted by phone early Thursday morning. The $5 Billion dollar deal had taken just 24 hours, a pace that could only happen in Buffett-Land. Berkshire Hathaway will receive a 6% dividend, and the right to buy 700 million shares at a price of $7.14. BofA’s shares are already trading over that level.

Fund managers and analysts fear that Bank of America needs to raise lots of additional capital by selling stock, at extremely low prices. They believe the bank lacks the financial strength to cover its big exposure to troubled mortgages. The TV talking heads, disappointed investors, and even investment bankers within BofA who get bonuses in stock and are watching it collapse, take a dim view of its future and Moynihan’s leadership. In the current news cycle, the relentlessly negative tilt about Bank of America now rivals the talk about the European debt crisis.

Buffett takes a different view: Berkshire wouldn’t have invested in BofA if it needed his money. The Berkshire chairman reckons that the bank would work through its current problems, and that the underlying banking business will prove highly profitable.

It’s interesting that it took a dynamo to pull GEICO out of its ditch — an Irish-American executive named Jack Byrne who combined excellent analytical skills with flamboyant salesmanship­­ who would heave his hat into the headquarters’ atrium every morning and rally the troops like Knute Rockne. The financial press and most of Wall Street thought Byrne would fail, and he proved them wrong.

Berkshire’s BofA investment is clearly an endorsement for Moynihan, just as it was a vote for Byrne. And if Moynihan’s claim that BofA will earn as much as $25 billion in a few years proves correct, Berkshire’s profits will exceed $10 billion.

It all started with memories of a salad oil scandal that spooked investors half a century ago.

Many investors see the housing crisis as a similar investment opportunity. The housing industry will recover, the question is when and where? We are already seeing different areas moving at record paces and home values increasing in key locations. The key to taking advantage is buying while home prices and interest rates are low. This could not be a better time to buy Real Estate. Unless you have Buffett’s money and can afford to buy banks.

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Foreclosures made up 31 pct. of home sales in 2Q

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Foreclosures made up roughly one-third of all home sales this spring. While that’s a smaller share of sales from the previous quarter, it’s six times the percentage of foreclosures in a healthy housing market.

Foreclosure sales, which include homes purchased after they received a notice of default or that were repossessed by lenders accounted for 31 percent of the market in the April-June quarter, foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac Inc. said Thursday.

The share of the market would likely have been larger this spring if not for a state and federal investigation into faulty paperwork by banks and servicers. The probe has led many banks to delay foreclosure sales. Once that is complete, foreclosures will likely surge later this year.

As a slice of all home purchases, foreclosure sales peak two years ago at 37.4 percent. In the second quarter, they declined from 36 percent in the January-March period.

In all, 265,087 homes in some stage of foreclosure or owned by banks were sold in the second quarter, down 11 percent from the same period a year ago. Sales of all other types of homes also declined, according to RealtyTrac’s figures, which differ from other home-sales estimates.

Bank-owned homes, which are sold after being repossessed, accounted for nearly 19 percent of all sales. That’s unchanged from the previous quarter.

Distressed properties, often in need of repair, typically sell at big discounts and weaken prices for neighboring homes.

A bank-owned home this spring sold for 40 less than the average price of other homes, according to RealtyTrac. That’s up from 36 percent in the previous quarter and 34 percent from the same quarter one year ago.

Sales of homes in the foreclosure process or short sales went for 21 percent less than the average home sold, the firm said. That’s up from an average of 17 percent in the first quarter and 14 percent in the second quarter of 2010. A short sale is when the lender agrees to accept less than what is owed on the mortgage.

The average sales price of a foreclosure property was $164,217, down less than 1 percent from the January-March quarter and nearly 5 percent from the April-June quarter in 2010, the firm said.

Nevada led all states with foreclosure sales, accounting for 65 percent of all home sales, RealtyTrac said.

In Arizona, foreclosure sales represented 57 percent of all home sales for the quarter, up 16 percent from a year ago. In California, foreclosure sales accounted for 51 percent of all home sales in the second quarter, virtually unchanged from last year.

Several other states had foreclosure sales that accounted for at least one third of all home sales in the first quarter: Michigan, Colorado, Florida, Illinois and Oregon.

There are unique mortgage programs out there for buying foreclosures. If you or someone you know is looking to purchase a foreclosure you need to contact the foreclosure / REO Financing Experts at the Mortgage Solutions Team in Utah. Utah Foreclosure Finance Programs include: Fannie Mae’s HomePath Financing as well as Freddie Mac’s HomeSteps Mortgage Loan Programs.

 

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eBay announces BIG expansion in Draper Utah

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eBay and the Utah Governors Office of Economic Development (GOED)announced today that they will be expanding and building a new state-of-the-art facility in Draper, Utah.

“eBay has been a valuable, visible Utah company for more than a decade,” said Governor Gary R. Herbert. “This agreement will bring new operating units and new jobs to the State. When world-class companies like eBay pledge partnership with Utah, it is a vote of confidence in the economic growth and stability that we are currently enjoying.”

eBay, the world’s largest online marketplace announced plans to create up to 2,200 new jobs in Utah over the next 20 years. All of the incented jobs will exceed 125% of the county’s average wage including full benefits.

This could prove to be a big boost for businesses in Draper as well as its Real Estate market. eBay will be expanding its workforce by over 2,480 Utah employees at an average salary that will exceed 125% of the Salt Lake County average wage. If eBay meets these hiring goals it will result in $127,186,975 in new state tax revenue over the 20-year project timeline.

These new employees will need places to live, dine and spots for entertainment. Over the next several years the City of Draper , Utah will see some big benefits from eBay and it’s expansion.

 

 

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Drop in Mortgage Rates has Utah Mortgage Refinance Applications Skyrocketing

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The recent drop in Utah Mortgage Rates has Mortgage Brokers scrambling to get their clients the very best rate available. According to FHA, Multifamily loan applications have broken previous records.

The FHA fiscal year ends in October. So far, it endorsed nearly 1,100 multifamily loans, seven times the amount three years ago. For only the second time, loan activity surpassed $10 billion.

For the entire industry, commercial and multifamily originations doubled in the second quarter from last year, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

“FHA has never been more relevant in making sure the multifamily apartment marketplace continues to function even during these tough economic times,” said Carol Galante, FHA’s acting commissioner. “While we’re seeing record volume, we also recognize we have to accelerate the time it takes us to process these applications so we continue to meet this demand at the very time the market needs us the most.”

USDA Mortgage Financing and VA Financing has also seen a huge increase in loan origination business. USDA and VA Mortgage Financing both offer 100% financing meaning that a prospective buyer can buy a home using these types of loan programs without have a down-payment.

Down-Payment Assistance programs in Utah have also seen a huge increase in applications. Down-Payment assistance programs allow home buyers to get financing without having a down-payment.

For questions about Utah Mortgages and Utah Down-Payment Assistance Programs give the Mortgage Solutions Team a call.

 

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Unemployed FHA Borrowers Granted 12 Months Forbearance

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The Obama administration recently announced that loan servicers who are collecting payments on FHA loans will be required to allow qualified borrowers who lose their jobs to miss up to 12 months of mortgage payments before initiating foreclosure proceedings against them. See the press release here.

The new forbearance program allows unemployed borrowers to stay in their homes while seeking new employment.

Currently, the FHA’s policy is four months of required unemployment forbearance. Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan claimed the current time period is “inadequate for the majority of unemployed borrowers.”

Donovan also stated, “Today, 60 percent of the unemployed have been out of work for more than three months and 45 percent have been out of work for more than six. Providing the option for a year of forbearance will give struggling homeowners a substantially greater chance of finding employment before they lose their home.”

Not all borrowers will qualify for the new forbearance program, but the Obama administration said it is removing the “upfront hurdles” for qualification. Servicers are required to provide any borrowers who are denied forbearance with the reason for denial and allow the borrower at least seven days to submit additional information that may impact the evaluation.

All FHA-approved servicers must participate in the new forbearance program.

The administration said it hopes that the changes will “set a standard for the mortgage industry to provide more robust assistance to unemployed homeowners in the economic downturn.”

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Big firms say new wave of REO business on horizon

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Recent developments in the REO realm of Asset Managers, Account Managers, Real Estate Brokerages, Mortgage Lenders and Servicers are showing signs that there’s a wave of new REO properties that could be hitting the market soon. According to financial journalist Jon Prior, at the end of June, Homeland Security Capital Corp. a government contractor for a variety of work including disaster relief, moved into the space by acquiring Default Servicing LLC, the former REO manager of the Law Offices of David J. Stern, which ceased foreclosure work in March. A week later, Stewart Lender Services acquired PMH Financial, which manages more than $2.5 billion in properties.

First American Financial Corp. (FAF: 15.37 +3.57%) is in the process of finalizing the development of an REO asset management firm based in Dallas that would replace the one spun off in the CoreLogic (CLGX: 15.89 +0.57%) separation last year.

Then, on Monday, Default Resource‘s REO management branch, Executive Asset Management, signed a deal with Georgia-based United Bank. EAM will handle the entire REO process for the bank, which has approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.to acquire failed bank assets.

Default Resource brought in James Zeldin as the executive vice president. He’s spent 20 years in the space and had a hand in setting up REO shops within Fidelity, now Lender Processing Services (LPS: 20.17 +2.39%) and the Ocwen Financial Corp.‘s (OCN: 13.37 +2.61%) REO vendor Altisource.

“I think we’re at a point now where servicers are struggling with identifying and training talented individuals to support loss-mitigation initiatives. But I think you’ll get the inventory break over the next 12 to 18 months from these same investors and servicers,” Zeldin said in an interview with HousingWire Tuesday. “They are now trying to retrain and develop their REO solutions suites and engage or begin to engage asset management companies who can scale to the size they need.”

Stewart Lender CEO Jason Nadeau said the REO space came alive in the past year with companies looking to take advantage of the inventory of properties.

“We did our deal to have a much larger operational capability and the market footprint in the REO management business,” Nadeau said.

According to RealtyTrac, recent foreclosure delays pushed up to 1 million filings that should have occurred this year into 2012 and beyond. And LPS data showthat for every REO property sold, another 50 come in behind it onto the bank or government-sponsored enterprise balance sheet.

This, Zeldin said, is putting more pressure on banks to finally unload more inventory.

“We’re increasing staff to get ready for that,” Zeldin said. “I would absolutely expect an increase in inventory over the next 12 to 18 months. I’m personally expecting that a lot faster. I believe we’re going to see macro forces pushing these institutions to do more REO liquidation.”

Still, pessimism persists from those who’ve been hearing such calls for some time. Tom Moon, REO broker and owner of Pacific Moon Real Estatein California, said he remains doubtful.

“I think it’s a continuation of the same hopefulness we have been hearing for years,” Moon said. “I don’t think anyone has a private red telephone line to the ‘source.’ ”

Still, there are signs the largest holders of these properties are putting more priority on unloading.

Freddie Mac sold a record number of REO in the first quarter, roughly 31,000 properties. And combined with Fannie Mae, the two mortgage giants held 218,000 REO as of the end of the first quarter. But that was pared down from 234,000 at the end of 2010. Bank of America (BAC: 9.57 -1.54%) currentlyholds $17.9 billion in nonperforming loans or foreclosed properties, which dropped 3.3% from the previous quarter.

Eugenio Garrote, the REO director for the Miami-based real estate firm Best Beach, said his market in Southeast Florida needs to get these properties sold.

“The demand is there. We routinely get multiple offers from owner-occupants and investors,” Garrote said, echoing pleadings from these brokers in the hardest hit states that have attracted investor attention. “We need the inventory of REO to be released from the courts’ and banks’ shadow inventory at a rate to keep the economy balanced. I’m not advocating to fully flood the market all at once, but right now, Southeast Florida is a mess.”

Servicers are starting to revive the foreclosure process after the self-imposed moratoriums last fall. BofA Chief Financial Officer Bruce Thompson said this is especially true in non-judicial states. For Zeldin, the REO wave will come in a matter of time, but the answer will not come solely from the banks, rather Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

“REO is one of the few things government has complete control over, and everyone’s looking to Fannie and Freddie for guidance,” Zeldin said. “The question becomes: When’s the inflow?”

The REO industry has seen many changes over the past several years with moratoriums, legal battles with lenders, states and the Federal Government. Many of these battles have now been won or lost in court and the repercussions of their decisions will soon be making their way to a neighborhood near you.

The mortgage industry continues to offer great financing programs to buyers of REO properties. Many buyers agents and home buyers do not realize the benefit from these loan programs because it is a full-time job just to keep up with the changes. The benefits can consist of lower mortgage rates, no mortgage insurance, higher commissions for buyer and listing agent, seller paid closing costs and down payment assistance. If you are not up to date on the latest programs and their benefits you could be missing a great opportunity for yourself or your clients.

Should you have questions or need help financing a foreclosed property, we would be happy to walk you through the process. The Mortgage Solutions TEAMhas financed hundreds of REO properties for happy homeowners and know the programs and process inside and out. Please share this blog with those that may benefit from it.

 

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