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Del Mar Real Estate.

The properties listed below are the newest available homes for sale in Del Mar. You can view these properties in detail in photo galleries, virtual tours and listing descriptions. If you are interested in viewing any of these properties below, please contact Shannon Biszantz at The Biszantz Connection Shannon@ShannonBiszantz.com or 858-755-0075.

http://www.biszantzconnection.com/communities/del-mar-homes-for-sale/

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Whispering Palms Single Story Home on Market in on Via Broma.

Whispering Palms Detached Home Just Went On Market!

15960 Via Broma just went on the market in Whispering Palms.

15960 Via Broma just went on the market in Whispering Palms.

 The Biszantz Connection and Coldwell Banker Previews just listed one of the most coveted single story homes in Whispering Palms! This Via Broma home is a 3 bedroom, office, 2.5 bath home that sits on just over 1/4 acre lot that is a private as it is serene!  with over 2,550 of interior living space this home was built has been perfectly maintained and shows beautifully. Hints of Spanish Revival architecture are perfectly blended with California living  that exudes an air of class, sophistication as well as  comfortable living. The interior features custom arches throughout, a dining room that can hold an intimate or formal affair equally as well,  luxurious Master Retreat that walks right out onto the garden.

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The garden, what a perfect blend of brilliant colors, beautiful aromas of blooming flowers, hedges that bring privacy and great mature trees offering shaded areas. The garden wraps around the entire home and offers beauty of unparaled quality that I have never seen growing up here in Whispering Palms.

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Featured in this month’s San Diego Premier Real Estate Magazine

Shannon Biszantz, San Diego Realtor in Rancho Santa Fe

Shannon's Mag-Article

 

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If you were in Foreclosure between 2009 and 2010 you may be getting a payment from your lender.

Foreclosure Payments/Settlements are from a $9 billion dollar settlement betweeen banking redulators over the Robo Signing Scandal.

Borrowers who were in the foreclosure process in 2009 and 2010 may want to watch their mailboxes closely starting mid-April.

Federal officials have sent out postcards to more than 4 million people across the nation to let them know cash is coming their way — part of a $9.3 billion deal between banking regulators and mortgage servicers that settle foreclosure-abuse allegations.

The allegations center on robo-signing, the bank practice of approving loan paperwork with little or no approval.

Expected payment amounts range from a few hundred dollars to $125,000, depending on the possible wrongdoing in each case, said the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. A wrongly assessed fee would likely merit the minimum compensation, while a wrongful foreclosure could secure the maximum, a spokesman for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said in a previous interview with U-T San Diego.

Consumers did not have to fill out paperwork to receive these payments. Also, by taking the money, borrowers are not waiving their rights to pursue legal cases against those servicers, regulators said.

The settlement, originally pegged at $8.5 billion in January, replaced a costly and lengthy process that let borrowers request free foreclosure reviews. That process encountered a host of issues, from lack of participation to drawn-out review processes. Regulators got a total of 495,000 requests out of 4 million-plus solicitations. At least 56,000 of those came from San Diego County.

The new deal involves $3.6 billion in cash payments and the rest in mortgage assistance to people whose primary homes were at any point of the foreclosure process and whose loans were serviced by any of these companies:

America’s Servicing Company, Countrywide, PNC Mortgage, Aurora Loan Services, EMC Mortgage Corporation, Saxon Mortgage, BAC Home Loans Servicing, Goldman Sachs, Sovereign Bank, Bank of America, HFC, SunTrust Mortgage, Beneficial, HSBC, U.S. Bank, Chase, Litton Loan Servicing, Wachovia Mortgage, Citibank, MetLife Bank, Washington Mutual, CitiFinancial, Morgan Stanley  Wells Fargo Bank, CitiMortgage, National City Mortgage and Wilshire Credit Corporation.

Borrowers will likely get letters from Rust Consulting, Inc., the consultant hired by regulators, within the next three to seven weeks. Others may be asked to provide tax information before a payment can be sent.

If you have questions on the settlement, call Rust Consulting at (888) 952-9105. If you want to read more about the foreclosure settlement, visit occ.gov/independentforeclosurereview.

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The Worst Housing Markets in 2012 According to Wallstreet and Trulia.

The sickest Housing Markets in sales prices and vacancies in America.

sickest housing markets in  2012

sickest housing markets in 2012

Based on housing data, 24/7 Wall St. identified the five “sickest” housing markets in America.Three of the five worst housing markets are in California. They are Sacramento and San Diego as well as the area of Southern California known as the Inland Empire: the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario metro region, pictured above. The remaining two cities are Virginia Beach, Va., and Toledo, Ohio. Each of these areas averaged a decline in home prices between the first six months of 2011 and the first six months of 2012.

According to data released earlier this month, asking home prices in the nation’s largest metro regions rose for the fourth time in five months. This is another positive sign for the national real estate market. However, a review of the data, provided by home price authority Trulia.com, indicates that many of the country’s largest cities continue to struggle due to weak demand, high foreclosure rates and negative equity.

While many of the largest housing markets are showing positive signs, based on both vacancy rate and average year-over-year home price decline, many markets are taking longer than most to recover. Several of these are a product of the burst housing bubble, while others have been in trouble for decades. Based on housing data, 24/7 Wall St. identified the five “sickest” housing markets in America.

Please use Piclens to enlargen each picture and read the data.

And our third sickets housing market in terms of list price, sales price, rentals is our very own:

San Diego/Carlsbad is #3 on the list with 165,000 mortages underwater, Average annual list decline -3.2%, Rental vacancy 8.6%, Homeowner vacancy 2.7%.

San Diego #3With nearly 165,000 home mortgages underwater, the greater San Diego metropolitan area has one of the nation’s highest number of homes in negative equity. Home values in the San Diego region had the 13th-largest drop (37.1%) from their peak in 2006 to the first quarter this year of all metropolitan areas reviewed. Underwater homes are a problem, and the region has $20.5 billion in total negative equity, with nearly 10% of homes under water. According to the North County Times, the assessed value of all taxable property in the county fell by 0.14% to $395.1 billion in 2011.

 

 

 

For more on this article: http://realestate.yahoo.com/news/sickest-housing-markets-in-america.html

 

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