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  1. Ted
    Ted Dice:

    Very good article however the real estate market will not bounce back until current home owners get some relief. The mortgage compaines need to allow every homeowner that is current on there mortgage to pay for there own appraisal and then the bank recast the home loan for current market value. Many homeowners would like to move up to larger homes or even job transfer to another state but can not. One expamle a friend of mine bought a home in 2007 for 180,000 and several other homes in his development were selling for 160,000 he had a very good job offer in another state and had to turn it down because he can not sell his current home for what he paid for it in 2007. If the banks and mortgage companies created this mess and the big corporations can get a bail out then people that have done right by doing what they have to do to stay current on there mortgage should get a break as well. in the example above my friend’s payment every month included taxes, insurance etc. is 1200 a month the home that sold for 160,000 is only 700 a month. I know what I would do with an extra 500 a month. This is see and hear everyday including myself, its time to do the right things for the right reasons.

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  2. fuck me
    fuck me Dice:

    Very good article however the real estate market will not bounce back until current home owners get some relief. The mortgage compaines need to allow every homeowner that is current on there mortgage to pay for there own appraisal and then the bank recast the home loan for current market value. Many homeowners would like to move up to larger homes or even job transfer to another state but can not. One expamle a friend of mine bought a home in 2007 for 180,000 and several other homes in his development were selling for 160,000 he had a very good job offer in another state and had to turn it down because he can not sell his current home for what he paid for it in 2007. If the banks and mortgage companies created this mess and the big corporations can get a bail out then people that have done right by doing what they have to do to stay current on there mortgage should get a break as well. in the example above my friend’s payment every month included taxes, insurance etc. is 1200 a month the home that sold for 160,000 is only 700 a month. I know what I would do with an extra 500 a month. This is see and hear everyday including myself, its time to do the right things for the right reasons.

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