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Real Estate Market Updates

Rodney Forbes, Broker with Forbes Realty of South Florida in Palm Beach County, gives insight into current trends in real estate investing. Despite the grim economic outlook for some industries, one sector is gaining viability — real estate. According to the 2016 Emerging Trends in Real Estate, which was released by the Urban Land Institute […]

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Rodney Forbes with Forbes Realty of South Florida in West Palm Beach has some great news for homebuyers. Read below courtesy of Associated Press: Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates slid this week to their lowest level since February 2015, luring prospective purchasers during the spring home-buying season. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday the average […]

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As Rodney Forbes, managing broker at Forbes Realty of South Florida, has been predicting for years, despite the real estate downturn over the past few years, the population of Florida is continuing to grow. Florida is now the country’s 3rd most populated state (trailing only California and Texas). Read the article below courtesy of RealtyTrac: “A rising number of […]

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The Qualifications for a Short Sale in Jupiter Florida

by Rodney Forbes on November 6, 2012

Many homeowners dealing with a foreclosure still are not educated on what the qualifications for a short sale. A number of these homeowners think the process is too challenging, time consuming and much more, that they are not qualified. Contrary to these however, the requirements or qualifications are easy to meet and are generally the […]

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To both buyers and sellers, the steps to a short sale may appear unclear and convoluted. Buyers may be frustrated with the long short sale approval process, while sellers may find that their lack of knowledge surrounding real estate short sales stressful and concerning as they ponder the financial and legal consequences of the process. […]

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Foreclosure Alternatives in Jupiter Florida

by Rodney Forbes on November 6, 2012

Various homeowners have been facing ugly foreclosures ever since the real estate meltdown. Generally, a foreclosure means the possibility of losing one’s home, and one of the things in this sad truth is the ongoing economic slump in Jupiter that has resulted in massive unemployment rates. In addition to this is the rise in the […]

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Getting fired from your job usually means getting cut from the main source of income, and one of the first things to be sidelined when this occurs are mortgage payments. Paying for a house to live in might appear to be a little costly especially if you can just opt to rent an apartment. While […]

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Wrongful possibilities of a short sale in Jupiter, Florida

by Rodney Forbes on November 2, 2012

Let’s be honest, some short sale sellers are finding it challenging to sell a home as a short sale. Short sales can be a long complicating process if you lack the right professional and not handled carefully. Short sales that are cared for by inexperienced Realtors can typically end up as foreclosures, which is an […]

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Avoiding Foreclosures in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

by Rodney Forbes on November 2, 2012

For homeowners who have a financial trial, any alternative to foreclosure is gladly received. Nevertheless, deciding on your suited alternative can be challenging. There are many factors that can affect a homeowner’s decision: their short term financial circumstance, their long term income prospects, their assets, interest rates, the interest rates, the internal policies of their […]

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Avoiding Foreclosures in Jupiter Florida

by Rodney Forbes on October 12, 2012

For homeowners who have a financial trial, any alternative to foreclosure is gladly received. Nevertheless, deciding on your suited alternative can be challenging. There are many factors that can affect a homeowner’s decision: their short term financial circumstance, their long term income prospects, their assets, interest rates, the interest rates, the internal policies of their […]

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