Monthly Archives: April 2012

Debt Relief Act of 2007 set too expire soon!

The tax debt relief act of 2007, where the IRS forgives you of any 1099’s that result from short sale, loan mod, or foreclosure, is set to expire at the end of this year. This sounds like a long time … Continue reading

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Weekly Market Update for April 16, 2012

Mortgage pricing continues to improve as more doubts about the economy surface, and don’t forget about Europe with Spain struggling to issue new debt now. Investors have continued their move into US Treasury bonds which has pushed yields down which … Continue reading

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Weekly Market Update for April 2, 2012

My Thoughts for the Week of April 2, 2012:  This week’s headliner will be the February employment data on Friday. Luckily the stock markets will be closed and bond markets will be closing early in observance of Good Friday. Good … Continue reading

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