38080 Lakeshore Blvd.,, Willoughby, OH | Powered by Postlets

38080 Lakeshore Blvd.,, Willoughby, OH | Powered by Postlets.

MOVE IN READY !! Smoke free home with a view of the lake. No repairs needed to the house, it’s a great buy. This property won’t be on the market long.

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Stop Foreclosure Utah

I’ve had the opportunity to meet some great people in journey to success.  One guy in particular is a Mr Shaun Johnson.  He’s out to help people in his local area by providing ways to help those in need of stopping the foreclosure process.  Shaun has a great company and is trying his best to get you out of a jam.  If your from Utah, than it’s definitely worth your time to check out one of his sites.  http://www.StopForeclosureNorthernUtah.com

Stop Foresclosure Utah, Shaun can help.

The Working Man

Slowly but Surely I’ve been putting together my internet marketing champane. It hasn’t really been that hard to do, just somewhat time consuming. The wife is starting to get fustrated with the amout of time that I’m putting into my businesses. I can’t blame her. I’m getting fustrated too. Making everything come together just the way you want them is harder than it looks. First I like to start out with an idea of what the end product should look like and what I want it to be able to do. Than I start taking it apart in my head to figure out what all I need to have in place in order for it to function in the manner that I wish it to function in. Once I have all the pieces, I begine to look at who all I can get to do it for me. Unfortunately in the case of my internet marketing, I got stuck with doing about 75% of it. Oh well. I’ll take the wife on a vacation or some thing when it’s all done. Try and get in the quality time that I know she deserves.

Looks like there may be a turn around in the housing market. Uptrend?

“Pending home sales show a sustained uptrend, rising for four consecutive months with very favorable housing affordability and a first-time buyer tax credit boosting activity, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

The Pending Home Sales Index,1 a forward-looking indicator based on contracts signed in May, increased 0.1 percent to 90.7 from an upwardly revised reading of 90.6 in April, and is 6.7 percent higher than May 2008 when it was 85.0. The last time there were four consecutive monthly gains was in October 2004.

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, cautions that there could be delays in the number of contracts that go to closing. “Closed existing-home sales have improved but are coming in lower than expected because some contracts are delayed or falling through from the application of new appraisal rules for many transactions,” he said. “Rises in contract activity show buyers are becoming more active even as they face much more stringent loan underwriting standards. Speedy clarification of the appraisal rules could smooth a housing market recovery and support the overall economy.”