What Would You Do If A Ruthless Thief Stole Your Identity?
It’s the most helpless feeling in the world – identity theft. Before you think it’ll never happen to you, think again! In fact, identity theft is so prevalent in our “electronic” society that I decided to cover simple tips for avoiding it in my latest Success In Life! Free consumer newsletter. First, here is some other information you may like to know…
Here’s what’s new in the world of real estate: The statewide median home price posted its 10th consecutive year-over-year gain in August. Although the sales volume dropped in August, the median price of an existing, single-family detached home sold in California during August 2010 was $318,660, an 8.6 percent increase from the revised $293,400 median price recorded in August 2009, California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) reported. The August 2010 median price was up 1.2 percent compared with July’s $314,850 median price. The following statistics are for San Diego specifically:
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(Compliments of DQ News)
Did you know the bank will now pay you $3,000.00 to short sell your house? We have had great success helping homeowners sell their homes, even when they owe more than the home is worth. In most cases we have been able to get a full release from the debt with no future obligation through a short sale. The bank wins by avoiding the cost of a foreclosure, the homeowner wins by getting relieved of the debt and minimizing credit damage, and the buyer wins by getting a good deal… WIN, WIN, WIN. Check out page 2 to see how much money we have been able to save our clients in the last 12 months (it is a big number).
Finally, I want you to know that you may call me for any reason. And please let me know if a friend, family member or neighbor needs a caring, competent real estate professional to help in buying or selling.
I truly appreciate your friendship and referrals. Enjoy your issue! [download id=”2″]
P.S. Do you know what your BMI is? BMI is the abbreviation for your Body Mass Index. You can calculate your BMI in about 10 seconds. The simple formula is on page 3.