We’ve a lot to be thankful for, living in our wonderful country! Let’s take a look at recent events….
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With a steady number of preforeclosures and REOs in Hawaii, what does the future hold? Are the March foreclosure numbers a continuation of recent trends?
Aloha, folks. I thought I’d take this moment to wish everyone a very pleasant Memorial Day weekend. While this is certainly a national holiday, it definitely strikes close to home for those of us in the islands. Here in Hawaii, we undoubtedly have a strong tie to the United States military. Pearl Harbor, what many [...]
As I sit here in Honolulu catching up on the news over the long MLK holiday weekend, I was shocked to read about yet another serious banking fiasco. It seems that JP Morgan Chase, the nation’s #2 mortgage lender, overcharged several thousand military families on their mortgages and even improperly foreclosed on fourteen homes! Some [...]
Just a quick post here regarding the recent “robo-signing” that’s gripped the nation’s foreclosure landscape. As most of you know, quite a few of the country’s top mortgage lenders have reduced or outright stopped pursuing foreclosures for the time being in some or all states. Bank of America, the nation’s top lender, put a halt [...]
You look back 10 years, what did you get? A little bit cleaner and deeper in debt.
With apologies to Tennessee Ernie Ford, that’s a brief synopsis of how U.S. home life has changed during the past decade, according to the latest “American Housing Survey,” released last week.