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Cresleigh Announces Construction of Luxury Living in Roseville

Cresleigh Announces Construction of Luxury Living in Roseville

Cresleigh, an award-winning local builder known for impressive designs and quality craftsmanship, announces the construction of Pearl Creek Apartments, slated to open in June 2014.

Conveniently located in the heart of Roseville’s entertainment and shopping district and directly next to various bike trails, Pearl Creek, the newest upscale community of 224 new class A apartments, offers residents a luxurious lifestyle boasting modern elegance close to some of the region’s best shopping and dining.  

Taylor Morrison Now Offering Communities in Elk Grove and Newcastle

Taylor Morrison Now Offering Communities in Elk Grove and Newcastle

The greater Sacramento area’s real estate market continues to improve in 2013, according to a recent survey by DataQuick, home prices are up and inventory is near its lowest point in more than five years. Taylor Morrison plans to help provide home shoppers more choices by launching two new communities in Elk Grove and Newcastle.

Barcelos at Madeira is Taylor Morrison’s newest Elk Grove community. Barcelos offers an all-new collection of single and two-story home designs ranging in size from 2,426 to 3,600 square feet with three to five bedrooms and up to 3.5 baths. Each Barcelos home boasts a gourmet kitchen with center island overlooking the adjoining family room and may include a bonus room or loft. The homes also offer three-car garages, optional guest suites and even Casitas. Barcelos is expected to Grand Open in early June, but is currently selling from Taylor Morrison’s Mirabela sales office and currently offering special pre-model pricing from the high $300,000s.

Life Under Water is a Booming Metropolis!

Life Under Water is a Booming Metropolis!

Things have settled down it seems with regard to struggling homeowners, loan modifications that never seem to come, short sales and foreclosures. Rest assured the struggles are not over. Just because the news is not reporting to the degree they have in years past does not mean homeowners are not grappling with what to do about the plummeting values of their homes versus the higher dollar values they still owe – life underwater is a booming metropolis!

Most of the people I speak with are angry and simply tired of struggling. They are angry that not a single banking executive has been held accountable for the corruption and deceit in the collapse of the mortgage industry and they are out of options to keep the house they love.

You are invited to a new home buyer informational meeting!

You are invited to a new home buyer informational meeting!

May 18th @ 6:00 PM New (Returning) Buyer Informational Presentation in Roseville!

Come, join us and get all your questions answered by a Real Estate Broker, Mortgage Broker, and Credit Repair Professional all in one place! If you have been thinking this economy is presenting the opportunity of a lifetime to purchase a property - you are correct!

Join us and hear why this is such a good time to purchase. It does not matter if you are a first time buyer, or someone who has lost a property due to this economy and desires to reestablish yourself by reentering the market, we want to meet you!

Call us at (916) 258-5416 to register for this free event and bring a friend! CA DRE#01843479

42.8 percent of residential properties with a mortgage underwater in Sacramento area

42.8 percent of residential properties with a mortgage underwater in Sacramento area

SANTA ANA, Calif., March 8, 2011— CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), a leading provider of information, analytics and business services, today released negative equity data showing that 11.1 million, or 23.1 percent, of all residential properties with a mortgage were in negative equity at the end of the fourth quarter of 2010, up from 10.8 million, or 22.5 percent, in the third quarter. The small increase reflects the price declines that occurred during the fourth quarter and led to lower values. An additional 2.4 million borrowers had less than five percent equity, referred to as near-negative equity, in the fourth quarter. Together, negative equity and near-negative equity mortgages accounted for 27.9 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage nationwide.

Negative equity, often referred to as "underwater" or "upside down," means that borrowers owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth.