As usual, tons of useful information…all rolled into one very entertaining hour. This week; Making your property appealing without a PRICE REDUCTION by offering closing costs, buying down a mortgage, getting creative. Why this makes sense…Mike will break it down to the numbers~ The long and short of the Buyer/Agent relationship ~ Plus, Mike and Alli’s “Tales from the Trenches”; The Bank’s Asset Managers are digging in their heels on those REO prices…showing signs of multiple personalities, leaving one to ponder…”what the heck are they thinking??” All this and MORE…Tune us in @ 1350am or www.ksro.com
This week CAL FIRE’s, Fire Prevention Chief – George Morris III will be calling in to discuss “Defensible Space” and how to keep your home safe in the event of a wildfire, as well as other tips for home owners.
You can find some great information on the California Department of Forestry Website; http://www.fire.ca.gov.
What is ReStore?
ReStore is a home improvement outlet store that sells donated, new, used, and surplus goods to the public at a greatly reduced prices. Every penny of profit is used to support Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County.
ReStore also accepts donations of most “Home Improvement” type items. Call for a list of items they cannot accept.
What is Habitat?
Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County is dedicated to improving lives by building modest, affordable homes in Sonoma County. Volunteers from the community and the families who will live in these affordable houses build them together. Our vision is for every person in Sonoma County to have a simple, decent place to live.
Learn more about Habitat for Humanity at their main website: http://sonomacountyhabitat.org
This week; Mike’s monthly wrap up of the Sonoma County Sales Data. How does the market look? Federal Tax Credit Extension ie; “Short Sale Extension” ….Your calls and emails answered ….and more. Tune us in Sunday 9am-10am PST. 1350am KSRO, www.ksro.com
From the National Association of Realtors, Friday, July 1, 2010; “I am happy to report that Congress has passed a bill extending the Homebuyer Tax Credit closing deadline to September 30, 2010. The extension applies only to transactions that had ratified contracts in place as of April 30, 2010, and have not yet closed. There will be no gap between June 30 and the date the President signs the bill into law.”