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What to Expect now That the FHA's 90-Day Waiver has Ended

by Eric Allee 21. January 2015 09:45
For the past 4 years, investors and home buyers benefited from the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA’s) waiver of its 90-day flip rule that addressed a housing market which was flooded with foreclosures. This waiver ended at midnight, December 31, 2014. This means that, effective January 1, 2015, FHA has reverted to its former policy of not insuring a property loan where title was transferred within 90 day or less. There are some exceptions to the FHA’s suspension of the 90-day rule. They are as follows: 1. HUD properties under REO 2. Sales by other federal agencies of REO properties 3. Sales of properties by non-profit organizations approved for resale by HUD 4. Sales by state or federal financial institutions such as Fannie, Freddie or GSE 5. Sales of HUD properties where the President declares it a federal disaster area [More]

Where can I find REO properties in California?

by Eric Allee 28. August 2011 01:29
Are you looking for foreclosure properties, we have listed a few sites to help you get started. [More]

Helpful websites for rehab property investors

by Carla Palmer 22. May 2011 06:19
Helpful sites to research property sales, values and foreclosures [More]

REO Investing in Todays Market

by Carla Palmer 23. November 2010 10:12
Rehab investors and today's market. Direct hard money lender for California properties. [More]

REO / Rehab Purchase Market is Getting Crowded

by Carla Palmer 26. September 2010 14:28
Fannie Mae’s “First Look” program and HUD’s “Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)” give state and local governments the right to buy foreclosed properties before [More]



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