Tens of thousands of delinquent mortgage squatters may be awarded free housing if attorneys prevail with their statutory claims.
“In law, unjust enrichment is where one person is unjustly or by chance enriched at the expense of another, and an obligation to make restitution arises,… – The unjust enrichment of delinquent mortgage squatters
Curbing the power of NIMBYs at local government is essential to providing more housing to alleviate shortages in California.
California house prices are high relative to the rest of the nation for two reasons, one fundamental, and one not. First, California wages are higher than most of the… – Affordable housing in California requires ignoring the NIMBYs
Sometimes people who feel they have something to say communicate far more by their actions than their words.
Bernice Ross, CEO of RealEstateCoach.com, is a national speaker, author and trainer with over 1,000 published articles and two best-selling real estate books. She recently wrote about… – Ten Lessons learned from a real estate coach
Chinese house prices fell considerably in February. Is this the first leg down in what will become an epic financial catastrophe?
The Chinese government and central bankers ran a Ponzi scheme to accelerate real estate development to help China catch up to the rest of the world. Unfortunately,… – China’s real estate plunge accelerates
Assuming we don’t have another recession, homebuilding will take another two or three years to regain full strength.
I reported in 2012 that the same policies that served to eliminate distressed inventory from the MLS also served to revive homebuilding. Homebuilders provide must-sell… – When will homebuilding really recover?
Rumors of a surging real estate market are greatly exaggerated.
I recently asked, Did the OC housing market come alive in February 2015? Anecdotal reports of surging buyer demand looks similar to the frenzy at the beginning of 2012 — or so local agents would like everyone to believe. The … – OC for-sale home inventory up 45%, sales down 3.6%
What would you do if you were really, really angry at your bank?
Losing a home in foreclosure really makes some people angry. I realize that’s not exactly a news flash, but the manifestations of that anger are truly remarkable, particularly when you consider the borrower has some… – Some people destroy their homes to avoid foreclosure