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HARP Refinancing

filed under: Real Estate posted on September 1st, 2015

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Behind on mortgage payments and not able to refinance because the value of your property is lower than what you owe and Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac backed your current mortgage,  you might be eligible to refinance without paying down principal and without having to pay mortgage insurance using "Harp" (Home Affordable Refinance Program ).  In Ohio experts estimate 47,739 homes are eligible for this program. Many of today's homeowners feel as if they're caught between a rock and a hard place dumping...

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New Regulations on Loan Disclosures Coming in October

(Thanks to Ticor Title for simple explanation) Buyers fasten your seatbelts as the government rolls out new regulations on loan disclosures in October. Are you ready for TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule -TRID!  The newest twist from the CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection...

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Taste of “OTR”

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Can't get a reservation and tired of waiting for a table at your favorite eatery in Over-the-Rhine?  Saturday is your day to celebrate the "Taste of OTR" from 11am to 11pm in Washington Park. This is the 3rd annual Taste of...

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Crime Stats

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Prospective buyers often have questions about crime stats, demographics and schools as they zero in on where to buy.  In most cases calling the local police precincts is the best way to obtain accurate information.  Another source from Cincinnati.com is a site called...

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Fairfield and Fairfield Township Real Estate

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Fairfield and Fairfield Township Ohio real estate share the Fairfield School District.  And because of the schools somes buyers and sellers "migrated" back and forth from the "city" to the "township" as their housing needs changed.  The Township has experienced more growth lately...

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