****ATTENTION**** NEW PHONE NUMBER DUE TO STOLEN PHONE

Hey There!!!

I was at Starbucks last night over in Daphne, Alabama and some “Blessed Child of God” (I use the term loosely) decided they needed my phone more than I did. So, I had to have it deactivated. I do have another one on the way, so I should be back in business ASAP.

As many of you know, I have been continuing to use my 205 Birmingham number, even since moving back to my Beloved Sweet Home Mobile, Alabama in April. I guess some things are hard to let go of, lol!! Maybe this was God’s way of saying now is the time to make that total swap-over!!

With circumstances as they be as of present, effective immediately, my Google Voice number will become my new cell phone number. That number is (251) 202-3948. Consequently, 3948 spells EXIT!! I Love my company!! Please make a note of the phone number change. The 205 number will stay in existence for a while, but will not be ringing to me and I will check its voice mail periodically. To ensure I do not miss your important call or text message, please direct all calls to (251) 202-3948. I have included an updated vCard for you to make updating my contact information much simpler. This can be saved in any iOS/Android/Blackberry/Windows phone by opening the attachment.

I hope this email finds you well and I look forward to serving you in the near future!!! I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

Humbly At Your Service and With Warmest Regards,

J. Steven Roantes
Real Estate Sales Consultant
Exit Realty Lyon

“Unlocking The Door To Your Real Estate Dreams”

(251) 202 – 3948    Direct
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DANGER!!! DANGER!!! DO NOT CALL THE Agent on the sign – CALL A SEASONED BUYER’S AGENT INSTEAD!

DANGER!!! DANGER!!! DO NOT CALL THE Agent on the sign – CALL A SEASONED BUYER’S AGENT INSTEAD!

Alabama is one of those states that holds buyers responsible for due diligence. In a nutshell, buyers should make every effort to investigate issues of importance to them and not rely on others to do what they should have done to fully investigate a situation to their satisfaction. Seems intimidating? It can be without the use of a sworn Buyer’s Agent such as myself.

You wouldn’t — for a lot of good reasons — go into a contested divorce proceeding without an attorney, or worse, take the advice of your spouse’s attorney.Why, then, would you buy a home — an adversarial process regardless of how friendly everyone involved in the transaction seems — without someone on your side? Oh, you think home buyers have always had representation? Well, think again. As a buyer, you are not represented unless you’ve told the real estate agent who is showing you homes that you want that agent to represent you as your “buyer agent.” If you haven’t, “your agent” could be representing the seller. If the agent is representing the seller, you could be making a costly mistake, possibly not receiving the best price, lack of professional negotiation expertise, and leaving yourself wide open for later regret.

Recently, more home buyers have been asking, “Who represents whom?” As a result, many are opting to be represented by a buyer’s agent to take them through the process, from house hunting to closing. The greatest thing about this is it doesn’t cost the buyer anything and often saves them thousands. Why choose a buyer’s agency? While any agent will arrange property showings, suggest sources of financing, provide accurate information, explain the forms and agreements, and monitor the entire process, only a Full Representation and Single Sided Buyer’s agent is able to perform services for you that a Full Representation and Single Sided Seller’s Agent cannot; such as show you reasons not to buy a particular property; negotiate the best price and terms for you; include contingencies in the contract that protect you, rather than the seller as in most contracts; and keep confidential any information that could hurt your bargaining position with the seller.

For the last 5+ years, I have made it my mission to be a Buyers Agent, where I work for you and you only! I decline and avoid Dual Agency as part of my day to day operations, referring these situations out to trusted colleagues different brokerages. Yes, I am a Realtor® that will sacrifice money in order to uphold my Code of Ethics. You cannot afford to not have me on your side, working for only you in the transaction. it has become my opinion, though years of experience that it is impossible for a Realtor® to represent both sides of the transaction. Confidential information cannot be shared between the parties, but the agent is still aware of these little tidbits of information. The knowledge influences the decisions and the forthcoming advice to you or the seller.

In short, hire a Buyer’s Agent today and protect yourself.

DANGER!!! DANGER!!! DO NOT CALL THE Agent on the sign – CALL A SEASONED BUYER’S AGENT INSTEAD!

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL- 10/15/2012

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Financial markets are surprisingly stable, especially credit markets. Following the Fed’s September QE3 announcement of open-ended intent to buy mortgage-backed securities, the 10-year Treasury note was left to the mercy of markets.

Since then, 10-year Treasurys have not traded above 1.75 percent or below 1.5 percent. Meanwhile, 30-fixed mortgages have broken as low as 3.25 percent. Today, the main thing holding rates above 3 percent is the profiteering of big banks, increasing their margins as the Fed tries to shrink them.

The worst of the piracy: jacking margins on refis of underwater households. I would say, “Shame,” but to no effect on bank boards and executive suites ethically unreformed through this whole process. All the new rules in the world cannot substitute for a sense of citizenship.

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The strongest positive here is housing, but its improvement is far oversold in media commentary. Most economic punditry comes from financial markets, which had housing wrong all the way down, and can be counted upon to have it wrong on the way up. Housing industry analysts tend to perpetual optimism, correct only by accident.

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Housing now enjoys very gradual improvement, especially in states whose foreclosure-by-trustee has speeded the process. However, the “recovery” that finance types see propelling the entire economy is still over the horizon.

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“Mortgage equity withdrawal” is a measure of net contribution of housing to personal income, during the bubble adding as much as 10 percent per year(!). Since 2008, MEW has subtracted about 3 percent annually from personal income, and still does — no mere headwind, but hail in the face.

That leadership had a signal week on other grounds. France-based EADS and U.K.-based BAE were close to merger, $90 billion in combined aerospace and defense sales, the merger a benefit to both, enabling competition with the likes of Boeing.

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The global balance is delicate, but the economic/political weakness in Europe, China and emergings still strongly favors the U.S., if only by removing any threat of inflation, which is the prerequisite for continuing QE3 and super-low rates here.

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ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 10/01/2012

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Bernanke will scuttle QE3 at first sign of inflation and the  Financial markets are still trying to digest the Fed’s QE3 announcement (and the prospect of intervention by other central banks around the world), as well as newly arriving economic reports.

Housing data continue to improve. One of the best indicators has been the Fannie-Freddie combined “serious delinquency” rate, loans 90+ days late or in foreclosure. From a normal level way below 1 percent (of 29,000,000 loans, $5.2 trillion) this category rose to 4.93 percent in Q1 2010. Down to 4.02 percent by Q1 2011, and in the most recent data to 3.50 percent in Q2 2012. Slow, but very good news.

Right-wing propaganda notwithstanding, the serious delinquency problem has been far worse in private-market trash than at Fannie and Freddie. Nevertheless, total-market numbers are making progress, too. In August 2011, we had 3,840,000 homes somewhere between 90+ days late and in foreclosure, plus another 500,000 or so REO post-foreclosure.

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Today REO is about the same, but the pipeline is down by 300,000. Very slow, slower than Fannie and Freddie, but gradually draining this ocean of pain, and not so fast as to undercut stabilizing markets.

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None of this data supports the need for and extent of QE3. Thus I stick to my guns of last week: the Fed acted from deep concern for instabilities in Europe and China.

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The following is the “dual mandate” language from the 1977 amendment to the Federal Reserve Act:  At the time, everyone in the markets hooted at the revision. Which is it? Maximum employment OR stable prices? Can’t have both for any length of time.

The amendment was actually designed to prevent the Fed from doing anything bad to stop the inflation then plaguing the economy. Didn’t stop Volcker — he found his own fig leaf in phony “monetarism,” selling the nation on the need to control the money supply to stop inflation. He knew perfectly well that high rates and unemployment were necessary.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 09/27/2012

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Demand for mortgages continues to pick up as rates head deeper into record territory, according to surveys by Freddie Mac and the Mortgage Bankers Association.

Rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.40 percent with an average 0.6 point for the week ending Sept. 27, down from 3.49 percent last week and 4.01 percent a year ago, Freddie Mac said in releasing the results of its latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey. That’s a new low in Freddie Mac records dating to 1971.

For 15-year fixed-rate loans — popular for refinancing — rates averaged 2.73 percent with an average 0.6 point, down from 2.77 percent last week and 3.28 percent a year ago. That’s a new low in records dating to 1991.

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Rates on five-year Treasury-indexed hybrid adjustable-rate mortgage (ARM) loans averaged 2.71 percent with an average 0.6 point, down from 2.76 percent last week and 3.02 percent a year ago. Rates on five-year ARM loans hit a low in records dating to 2005 of 2.69 percent during the week ending July 19.

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For one-year Treasury-indexed ARM loans, rates averaged 2.60 percent with an average 0.4 point, down from 2.61 percent last week and 2.83 percent a year ago. Rates on one-year ARM loans have never been lower in records dating to 1984.

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The Federal Reserve’s Sept. 13 announcement that it would embark on a third round of quantitative easing (“QE3”) by stepping up its purchases of mortgage-backed securities guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by $40 billion a month has pushed mortgage rates into uncharted territory.

The first round of quantitative easing — $1.25 trillion in purchases of Fannie and Freddie debt and MBS — wound down in 2010, and helped push mortgage rates below 5 percent.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL- 09/26/2012

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The market response to QE3 has been different than to the first and and second rounds of “quantitative easing.” It’s subdued this time. The initial upward burst in Active Real Estate Foreclosures and stocks has fizzled, and the run to commodities by those either fearful of inflation or hoping for it has also stalled.

The 10-year Treasury note jumped almost to 1.9 percent from summer in the 1.5s, but has now retreated to 1.75 percent. Only mortgages have behaved as expected, sitting at or slightly below the 3.5 percent all-time low, depending on the deal.

Every 90 days the Fed releases Z-1, its compilation of every nickel rolling and landing in the U.S. economy. Some good news: The net worth of U.S. households is today only $3.5 trillion below its 2007 level, and up $9 trillion from its 2008 nadir.

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However, 80 percent of the gain has been from stocks, a paper loss and rebound. Home values are still rumbling along bottom, little changed from the initial $7 trillion loss. Active Real Estate Foreclosures continue to hurt the economy.

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Mortgages guaranteed by Fannie, Freddie and FHA/VA have been remarkably steady at $5.8 trillion. That pattern requires some thinking. The Fed has bought $1 trillion. The refi churning is a null set. Amoritization knocks down the balance, but not much.

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Loans for home purchase add to the account, but only as they exceed payoffs from sales. There is no alternate supply of mortgage credit. Those who dream of privatized mortgages might glance at another Z-1 line: Banks have dropped first mortgage holdings by 20 percent since 2007, the remainder only 43 percent of the government-sponsored sum.

The National Association of Realtors reports that the distressed fraction of sales of existing homes fell to 22 percent last month, down from 49 percent in 2009. No matter how analysts try to adjust prices for distress, fewer of those homes selling unquestionably makes price increases look better than they really are for individual homes.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 09/25/2012

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Rising home values helped 1.3 million homeowners get out from “underwater” in the first half of the year, and another 2 million would get equity if national home prices increase by another 5 percent, data aggregator CoreLogic said today.

CoreLogic estimates that 22.3 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage were worth less than what was owed on their mortgages at the end of June, down from 23.7 percent at the end of March.

That translates into 10.8 million homeowners who owed more than their homes were worth at the end of June, down from 11.4 million at the end of March and 12.1 million at the end of 2011, CoreLogic said. “Surging home prices this spring and summer, lower levels of inventory, and declining REO sale shares are all contributing to the nascent housing recovery and declining negative equity,” CoreLogic Chief Economist Mark Fleming said in a statement.

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Nevada had the highest percentage of mortgaged properties that were underwater (59 percent), followed by Florida (43 percent), Arizona (40 percent), Georgia (36 percent) and Michigan (33 percent). Those five states accounted for 34.1 percent of the $689 billion of negative equity in the U.S.

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Most of that negative equity is concentrated in the low end of the housing market, CoreLogic said. About 32 percent of homes worth less than $200,000 are underwater, compared with 17 percent of homes valued at more than $200,000.

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Borrowers with second loans on their homes tend to be more deeply underwater. About 39 percent of underwater borrowers (4.2 million homes) had second loans, and the average loan balance among that group was $300,000 — about $84,000 more than their homes were worth, on average.

Among the 61 percent of underwater borrowers without second liens (10.2 million homes), the average mortgage balance was $216,000, about $51,000 more than their homes were worth on average.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 09/24/2012

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Mortgage rates were at or near record lows this week following the Federal Reserve’s announcement that it will buy tens of billions in mortgage bonds every month for an indefinite period in order to reduce the cost of borrowing and stimulate the economy.

Rates on 30-year fixed-rate mortgages averaged 3.49 percent with an average 0.6 point for the week ending Sept. 20, down from 3.55 percent last week and 4.09 percent a year ago, Freddie Mac said in releasing the results of its Primary Mortgage Market Survey.

That matches an all-time low in Freddie Mac records dating to 1971 last seen during the week ending July 26.

For 15-year fixed-rate mortgages, rates averaged 2.77 percent with an average 0.6 point, down from 2.85 percent last week and 3.29 percent a year ago. That’s a new low in records dating to 1991.

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In announcing a third round of quantitative easing, or “QE3,” last week, the Federal Reserve said it would step up its purchases of mortgage-backed securities guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (“agency MBS”) by $40 billion a month. That’s on top of the Fed’s existing policy of continuing to reinvest principal payments from its existing holdings of agency MBS and agency debt into agency MBS.

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Those moves, along with a continuation of “Operation Twist” — the swapping of short-term Treasurys for long ones — will increase the Fed’s holdings of long-term securities by about $85 billion each month through the end of the year, and “should put downward pressure on longer-term interest rates, support mortgage markets, and help to make broader financial conditions more accommodative,” the Fed said in announcing the decision.

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The Fed’s purchases of mortgage bonds pushes their prices up, and yields down. But lower rates don’t make it easier for borrowers to qualify for mortgages in the first place, and the benefits of QE3 could be limited if new rules governing mortgage lenders proposed by regulators go into effect, the National Association of Realtors warned.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 09/19/2012

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Sales of existing homes were up 7.8 percent from July to August to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.82 million,  the National Association of Realtors said today.

 

Looking back a year, home sales increased 9.3 percent in August. At $187,400, the national median price for all housing types including single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops was up 9.5 percent from a year ago was up 9.5%

NAR is now forecasting that despite tight credit conditions, 2012 home sales will be up 8 to 10 percent from last year. If most qualified buyers could obtain financing, NAR projects home sales would be about 10 to 15 percent stronger.

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NAR estimated there were 2.47 million existing homes listed for sale at the end of August, a 6.1-month supply at the current sales pace. That’s down from a 6.4-month supply in July, and an 18.2 percent decline from the 8.2-month supply on the market a year ago.

Many analysts view a six-month supply of housing as an even balance between buyer and seller demand.

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First-time buyers accounted for 31 percent of purchasers in August, down from 34 percent in July. Distressed homes sold for 19 percent below market value, on average, and accounted for 22 percent of August’s sales.Yet, All-cash deals accounted for 27 percent of August’s sales — the same as July and down two percentage points from last August.

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All U.S. regions saw existing-home sales and prices swell in August from a year ago — except the West, where sales were even — with the Midwest leading the way with a 17.9 percent year-over-year increase to 1.12 million units. The median price in the Midwest also rose in August from a year ago, up 7.8 percent to $152,400.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN MOBILE AL – 09/15/2012

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The Federal Reserve will attempt to put a tailwind behind the housing sector by purchasing $40 billion a month in mortgage-backed securities guaranteed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a move that’s intended to keep downward pressure on interest rates.

Under the third round of “quantitative easing,” or QE3, announced today, the Fed will also continue to reinvest principal payments from its holdings of Fannie and Freddie debt and MBS.

Wrapped up in 2010, the Fed’s first round of quantitative easing — $1.25 trillion in purchases of Fannie and Freddie debt and MBS — helped push mortgage rates below 5 percent. The European debt crisis has kept demand for government-guaranteed MBS — seen as a safe haven by investors — high.

Newsweek Daily Beast columnist Daniel Gross said that the apparent goals of QE3 — keeping banks’ cost of capital “at an extremely low level” and bringing mortgage rates low — would be “really important moves” if the economy was plagued by a crippled banking system and high mortgage rates.

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Low interest rates alone, he explained, “don’t help people scrape together the larger down payments required to buy a house. And low interest rates alone won’t magically reflate housing values in areas where supply far exceeds demand.”

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Data received since the committee’s August meeting suggested that economic activity has continued to expand at a “moderate pace,” but growth in employment has been slow, and the unemployment rate remains elevated.

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Homebuyers finally seem to be responding to lower mortgage rates, with a survey by the Mortgage Bankers Association showing demand for purchase loans during the week ending Sept. 7 up a seasonally adjusted 8 percent from the week before.

Demand for purchase mortgages was up 7 percent from a year ago, the MBA said. Mortgage rates held near record lows this week after a disappointing jobs report Friday cast doubt on the strength of the economic recovery and boosted expectations for QE3.

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