Saturday, September 1, 2007

"When should I buy a home?" The quick answer.

Thousands of numbers, graphs, charts and economic reports can be boiled down for the first time home buyer looking in the previously smoking hot markets for the quick explaination to the question of "When should I buy a home?" When you see this chart of Countrywide's total national foreclosure inventory that they own and are trying to sell via thousands of realtors across the country start to stabilize and then move down again things are getting better. I don't think that will happen until 2010-11 as the amount of loans resetting to much higher rates is just starting in earnest this Oct/Nov, right before Christmas. These are homes that went to the auction step and Countrywide was the high bidder and won because they were trying to protect their skin in the game. Chart courtesy of the good guys at Countrywide Foreclosure Blog. Here is a recent scheduled adjustable mortgage reset chart also:

1 comment:

Jay said...

Well, it seems that we are about to reach the peak in numbers of subprime loan resetting to the new rates. Hopefully, the homeowners will be taking advantage of the subprime rate freeze that banks are offering. Lets continue working together to help the home owners to keep their homes.