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$323,900.00
214 Ashbourne Court

Melbourne, FL 32940



Beds: 4 Rooms: 9
Full Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.: 2173
Garage: 2 Built: 1995
 

GORGEOUS 4-BED, 2-BATH CONTEMPORARY HOME ON CONSERVATION LOT IN GATED BAYTREE GOLF COMMUNITY. This split plan home has been totally updated & available for immediate occupancy.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on April 17th, 2014 5:21 PMPost a Comment (0)

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$324,900.00
2796 Ponkan Summit Drive

Apopka, FL 32712



Beds: 4 Rooms: 9
Full Baths: 3 Sq. Ft.: 2846
Garage: 3 Built: 2006
 

GORGEOUS 4-BED, 3-BATH + PRIVATE STUDY W/OVER $65,000.00 OF UPGRADES IN GATED WEKIVA RUN. This one-owner, triple-split Calabria II model was custom built & has incredible features & finishes.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on April 8th, 2014 9:48 PMPost a Comment (0)

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$323,900.00
525 Sand Wedge Loop

Apopka, FL 32712



Beds: 5 Rooms: 11
Full Baths: 4 Sq. Ft.: 3108
Garage: 3 Built: 2002
 

GORGEOUS 5-BED,3-BATH,POOL HOME IN ROCK SPRINGS RIDGE WITH OVER $88,000.00 IN UPGRADES & IMPROVEMENTS. Not an REO or Short Sale, available for quick move-in. 24-hour response to all offers.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on April 2nd, 2014 11:50 PMPost a Comment (0)

As reported on HousingWire.com (www.housingwire.com)

Buying costs less than renting in all 100 large U.S. metros, according to the Rent vs. Buy Report from Trulia (www.trulia.com).

Rising mortgage rates and home prices have narrowed the gap between renting and buying, though rates have recently dropped and price gains are slowing.

Low mortgage rates have kept homeownership from becoming more expensive than renting. In some markets, like San Francisco and Seattle, rents have risen sharply; rising rents hurt affordability relative to incomes, but rising rents make buying look cheaper in comparison.

Trulia says that at a 30-year fixed rate of 4.5%, buying is 38% cheaper than renting nationally, versus being 44% cheaper at the start of 2013.

(While renting is more expensive, only half of potential homebuyers  have credit that would get such a rate, and many first-time homebuyers are struggling to form households or get out from under student debt.)

The range of difference, as one expects, varies from market to market – buying is only 5% cheaper than renting in Honolulu, while it is 66% cheaper than renting in Detroit.

Trulia’s interactive Rent vs. Buy Map shows how the math changes under alternative assumptions for the mortgage rate, the income tax bracket for tax deductions, and the number of years that one stays in the home. 

To compare the costs of owning and renting, Trulia’s model assumes buyers get a 4.5% mortgage rate on a 30-year FRM with 20% down payment. Further, it assumes buyers itemize their federal tax deductions and are in the 25% tax bracket; and will stay in their home for seven years.

Under these assumptions, buying is 38% cheaper than renting nationwide, taking into account all of the costs and proceeds from buying or renting over the entire seven-year period.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on March 4th, 2014 3:46 PMPost a Comment (0)

As reported on AOL Real Estate (www.aol.com)

Just a few years ago, buying a foreclosed home was seen as a way to get a bargain. With a glut of foreclosures and few buyers perusing the market, lenders were willing to sell homes at a substantial discount just to get rid of them. Those days are gone. Buying a foreclosure can still be a good move, but you're unlikely to find the same great deals.

In many cities, it's a seller's market for even foreclosed homes, so lenders know they don't have to offer bargains to unload homes. A good foreclosure, like any other good listing, is likely to draw multiple offers. "In many cases it's still right in line with the market," says Andy Asbury, a broker at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Area Leaders in Minneapolis. "We don't see just crazy deals. We don't see lenders negotiating all that much off the list price."

For buyers who go in with their eyes open, buying a foreclosed home could still be a good move. But if you fail to do your due diligence, you could end up with a money pit. When real estate professionals talk about foreclosures, they are actually talking about two very different types of sales:

• Buying a home at auction on the courthouse steps -- or the digital equivalent.

• Buying a home that has been taken back by a lender. These properties are also known as REO properties, short for "real estate owned," and are held by banks and various lenders.

While both fall under the foreclosure umbrella, the two types follow different processes from bid to final sale.

Buying at foreclosure auction. In most jurisdictions, buying a property at a foreclosure auction carries substantial risk. The buyer has to bid without seeing inside the home, which makes it difficult to estimate the cost of repairs. Plus, there is no guarantee that the property doesn't have liens, multiple mortgages, code violations or other issues that could make it difficult and expensive to get a clear title. Tenants or the former owner may also still occupy the property, and evicting any occupants will be the responsibility of the buyer.

When buying at a foreclosure auction, you're required to pay the entire purchase price in cash. Typically this payment must be received within 24 hours. If there are problems with the property, you're stuck. A foreclosure auction is no place for amateurs. "When you buy from the courthouse steps, there's a greater risk," Asbury says. "It really is buyer beware."

Most homes go back to the lender at the foreclosure auction because the amount owed is more than the property is worth. The lender is then responsible for paying off liens and clearing the title, as well as evicting the occupants, before putting the property up for sale.

Buying from a lender. Purchasing a foreclosure from a lender is more like buying from an individual, but there are some important differences. For one, there is no seller's disclosure about the property's condition. "You're dealing with a seller that's never been to the property," says Alan Plager, an REO specialist with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices in Clearwater, Fla.

Most lender-owned properties are in the multiple listing service, and your buyer's agent can make an appointment to show them to you. You can also make your offer contingent on the property being approved for a mortgage and passing with a satisfactory inspection. A thorough inspection is crucial, especially if the property has been vacant for some time. In many cases, needed maintenance may have been put off for years. If you buy a house that requires extensive repairs, you're going to need the cash and the know-how to get the work done.

"If someone didn't pay the mortgage, they didn't upkeep," Plager says. Many foreclosed properties don't have water or electrical service, making it harder to evaluate them during your initial visit. If you're in a place like Minnesota during the winter, it may be colder inside the house than outside, and you'll have no clue how well the furnace works.

"You can't test anything during your initial showings," Asbury says. However, he adds that making quick assessments of the plumbing system and a few other things is possible if the water works during the inspection. Lenders will usually turn the utilities on for an inspection once the home is under contract, but there may be a charge to the buyer.

As with a private seller, you can renegotiate the deal if you uncover serious problems during the inspection, but you won't always find lenders ready to make concessions. If you're seeking a Federal Housing Administration loan, or some other types of loans, your lender will require the house to be up to certain standards. The bank that owns the house may or may not be willing to make those repairs. In some cases, if you want the house, you'll have to pay for the work before you close. In other cases, the lender may fix an issue that's required for financing.

Even if the inspection reveals multiple shortcomings, lenders are unlikely to accept a lowball offer. For one thing, in the current seller's market, there are generally multiple offers on well-located properties. If you don't want the house in its current condition, someone else probably will.

"It seems very rare these days that they're willing to adjust the price," Asbury says. In some cases, that could mean you'd be better off walking away and searching for a more suitable property. For would-be buyers who are struggling to compete with cash offers, foreclosed properties can present a good opportunity. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, the Department of Housing and Urban Development and some lenders give owner-occupants the first shot at acquiring properties. Some financing is also available to them.

To get top dollar for their properties, some lenders are making repairs before putting homes up for sale, from carpet and paint to replacing furnaces and air conditioners. In some cases, that means you could find a foreclosure in move-in condition. And you'll probably pay the same price you'd pay for any other house in the same condition.

"You're going to get the property pretty much at fair market value," Plager says. "[Lenders are] just like any other seller. Obviously, they don't want to give it away."
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If you are considering purchasing a home or bank foreclosure anywhere in the Central Florida area, please call Joe Bornstein, Broker/Owner of Rock Springs Realty. Call 877-333-2811, 407-252-8092, or email at joe@rockspringsrealty.net. You can also visit my website at www.rockspringsrealty.net to access the entire Central Florida MLS listing service. There is no charge or obligation. Direct link for listings is www.rockspringsrealty.net/SearchMLS
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 27th, 2014 7:52 PMPost a Comment (0)

As reported on Realty Times.com (www.realtytimes.com)

According to a new survey from Fannie Mae (www.fanniemae.com), credit availability is improving. For the first time in over three years, the majority of consumers believe it's easier to get a mortgage.

Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae's chief economist said, "The gradual upward trend in this indicator during the last few months bodes well for the housing recovery and may be contributing to this month's increase in consumers' intention to buy rather than rent their next home."

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) says consumers are correct - credit availability has increased, particularly in the jumbo and refinance loan markets.

Explained Mike Fratatoni, chief economist for the MBA (www.mbaa.org), "The market continues to adapt to the new QM [Qualified Mortgage] regulation by eliminating products that do not fit inside of the QM box. This tightening is being offset, both in the market for higher balance loans, where lenders continue to loosen terms for jumbo loans, and in the refi market, where more lenders are offering streamline refinance programs."

But there could be other reasons that credit is more available. Credit reporting agency Transunion announced that the mortgage delinquency rate for the fourth quarter of 2013 was 3.85 percent, down from 5.08 percent.

Delinquencies have been steadily declining over the past two years, while improved home sales and rising prices have allowed many homeowners on the edge of delinquency to sell their homes and get into something more affordable.

Credit has been extraordinarily tight since 2008, as lenders struggled with federal claims of mortgage fraud. For years, lenders raised credit standards beyond what was required to qualify for federally guaranteed loans and loans destined for purchase by the securities industry.

As the government leveled fines and made repayment settlements with many of the big banks, lenders are more willing to make mortgage loans. With the most toxic loans before 2008 foreclosed and disposed, lenders have more confidence in loans generated since them.

In fact, Transunion (www.transunion.com) also reported that more loans were generated to borrowers with less-than-perfect credit in Q4 2013.

"We are on the downward slope of the mortgage delinquency curve, so we expect to continue seeing delinquency rates that have not been seen for several years," said Steve Chaouki, head of financial services for TransUnion.

With job gains growing, relatively low interest rates available and a tight supply of homes insuring equity gains, mortgage delinquencies should continue declining, and buyers should feel more confident in their decision to buy a home in 2014.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 27th, 2014 7:48 PMPost a Comment (0)

As posted on LA Times.com (www.latimes.com)

WASHINGTON — If you're planning to shop for a home in the next few weeks, here's an early spring buying season come-on that just might save you some money if you qualify.

Fannie Mae (www.fanniemae.com), the largest mortgage investor in the country, has a bulging portfolio of houses acquired through foreclosures nationwide. About 31,000 of these properties are listed on its HomePath (www.homepath.com) resale marketing site. To move them quickly out of inventory, Fannie temporarily is offering qualified owner-occupant purchasers — but not investors — cash incentives toward closing costs of 3.5% of the purchase price. But you have to submit your initial offer no later than March 31 and close by May 31.

What sort of houses are we talking about? Visit the site and you'll see. They run the gamut — from a one-bedroom condo in San Diego to a four-bedroom, four-bath single-family home in suburban Montgomery Village, Md. Some states have thousands of HomePath listings online: Florida has nearly 12,000; Illinois, 4,360; Ohio, 2,800; California, more than 2,300; Washington state, nearly 1,800; and Nevada, about 1,400. Asking prices range from $30,000 to $600,000 or more. On a $400,000 house, the 3.5% closing cost incentive would amount to $14,000.  

To ensure that buyers who intend to occupy its homes get an opportunity to fully check them out and bid without competition from investment groups offering all-cash deals, Fannie has instituted what it calls a First Look program. It essentially prohibits bids from investors on properties during the first 20 days after listing (30 days in Nevada). After that, investors are free to jump in. Each First Look listing has a countdown clock attached to it that indicates the number of days remaining before bidding is opened to all comers.

The new 3.5% closing cost offer is available only during active First Look periods from mid-February through March, so there's not a lot of time to get involved. Bidders will need to indicate upfront that they want to be considered for a closing-cost discount.

Who is eligible? First, you've got to be a bona fide owner-occupant purchaser and commit to live in the house as a primary residence for at least a year. You'll need to fill out a certification to that effect that can be found on the HomePath site. Properties are not available in all states.

You don't have to be a first-time buyer, though the Fannie program is likely to attract substantial numbers of them. The 3.5% closing cost discount helps with one of the biggest problems faced by first-timers — upfront cash.

As with most home purchases, you'll need to be able to qualify for mortgage financing. Though Fannie may end up owning or securitizing the loan you obtain, it won't be financing you directly. On HomePath purchases, you shop for a mortgage just as you would on any other house. Ideally, you nail down a financing source and get prequalified for mortgage money up to a specific dollar limit at current interest rates. If you've already located a First Look property and qualify, the lender is likely to take the 3.5% closing cost incentive into consideration in evaluating your application.

While you shop on HomePath, however, keep this important factor in mind: These are foreclosed, previously occupied homes. Though some of them are repaired, painted and spiffed up before they are listed, many could use some additional work. They are sold "as is" and that's built into the pricing. Fannie identifies what it calls "improved" properties on the HomePath site — those that have undergone significant repairs — with either the "Home Depot" logo (when repairs have been made by contractors from that company) or a hammer and roof symbol (when repairs have been completed by independent contractors hired by Fannie).

If you can't find the First Look house you want, don't give up. Freddie Mac, the other giant federal mortgage investor, also has thousands of foreclosed homes that it's trying to dispose of — and its own First Look program — at its HomeSteps (www.homesteps.com) marketing site. Though Freddie currently has no closing cost incentive offer, it does provide a $500 allowance toward the purchase of a home warranty policy, and it promotes special mortgage financing options on houses in some areas. If you qualify, that could mean a loan with no mortgage insurance, no appraisal and a 5% maximum down payment.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 27th, 2014 7:40 PMPost a Comment (0)

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$84,900.00
1323 Liberty Ave

Mount Dora, FL 32757



Beds: 2 Rooms: 7
Full Baths: 1 Sq. Ft.: 903
Garage: 2 Built: 1949
 

RENOVATED 2-BED, 1-BATH BUNGALOW IN MT. DORA, MOVE-IN CONDITION, Not a short sale or REO & available for a quick closing. Includes large bonus room which could be used as a 3rd bedroom.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 27th, 2014 5:39 PMPost a Comment (0)

As announced and published on the Fannie Mae website (www.homepath.com)

A foreclosed property can represent a great opportunity and a good value — but a HomePath property can offer even more. Some homes may qualify for special incentives, and many can be purchased with a low down payment and flexible mortgage terms. 

Fannie Mae's innovative First Look marketing period was created to promote homeownership and contribute to neighborhood stabilization — allowing homebuyers to bid and purchase foreclosed properties before they are made available to investors. Fannie Mae is now offering on selective homes a contribution of 3.5% of the purchase price towards a owner-occupant's closing costs when requested at the time of making an offer.  

Details include:

  • First Look is typically the first 20 days a property is listed on HomePath.com (Nevada is 30 days).
  • Properties in the First Look period have a countdown clock on the property information page of HomePath.com displaying the days remaining to purchase.
  • Eligible buyers during First Look are owner occupants*, public entities and their partners, and some non profits.

*Owner occupants are those buyers that will occupy the property as their principal residence within 60 days of closing and will maintain their occupancy for at least 1 year. Owner-occupant purchasers are required to sign an Owner Occupant Certification as a rider to the Real Estate Purchase Addendum. A buyer purchasing in the name of a trust, purchasing as a vacation/part-time residence, or purchasing so another person or relative can live in the property will typically be considered an investor and not eligible during First Look.

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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 13th, 2014 4:31 PMPost a Comment (0)

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271 Ulster Court

Melbourne, FL 32935



Beds: 1 Rooms: 2
Full Baths: 1 Sq. Ft.: 602
Garage: 1 Built: 1977
 

MOVE-IN READY 1-BED, 1-BATH, POOL VIEW CONDO IN MELBOURNE. Priced to sell, this unit has been updated & ready for immediate occupancy. Walk out your back porch to the community pool.
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Posted by Joe Bornstein on February 1st, 2014 3:50 PMPost a Comment (0)

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