California Home Loan 360


California Home Loan 360


California and Beyond: Providing News and Information on
CA Home Loans, Home Equity Loan, Foreclosures and Refinance.

California Home Loan 360 provides news, and useful information related to California home loans and all 50 U.S. states, Canada, the U.K. and other countries. From California Home Loan issues, to California home loan refinance, California home equity loans, California home loan refinance, CA home loan foreclosures and California real estate. California Home Loan 360 - California home loans from every angle. Remember, the articles provided here are meant to be fun, and some may turn out incorrect, but we hope to provide a fun and valuable California home loan news resource.


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    Mortgage Rates Slightly Up After Yesterday’s Improvement

    California mortgage company, Blue Home Loans, Inc., takes a look at current mortgage rate trends and gives some advice for those who are looking for the best possible home loan rates. (PRWeb April 16, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/blue-home-loans/mortgage-rates-up/prweb117...

    Sacramento County home sales drop for March as price rises

    The number of homes sold in Sacramento County in March dropped to the lowest level for the month in six years, DataQuick reported Wednesday.

    Sellers’ market has few homes

    Home sales in the Sacramento region were stuck in an odd rut in March, traditionally the start of the spring homebuying season. Even though prices rebounded to healthy levels not seen since before last decade’s housing boom and bust, the supply of homes on the market remained anemic. Houses like this model home in Rocklin, shown in August, have become a hot commodity as the prices in the Sacramento region have returned to 2003-04 levels but the inventory of homes in March was the lowest since 2008.

    Mortgage Rates Hold Their Ground After Ending Winning Streak Yesterday

    California mortgage company, Blue Loan Services, comments on the current mortgage rate trends and gives some advice to those who are searching for the best home loan rates. (PRWeb April 15, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/blue-loan-services/california-mortgage-rat...

    30-Year Fixed Mortgage Rates Fall to Lowest Level in Six Weeks; Current Rate is 4.14%, According to Zillow Mortgage ...

    SEATTLE -- The 30-year fixed mortgage rate on Zillow(R) Mortgage Marketplace is currently 4.14 percent, down six basis points from this time last week. The 30-year fixed mortgage rate plummeted on Wednesday ...

    Mortgage rates may trend higher in 2014

    When the housing bubble burst, the fallout was worst in the so-called "sand states" -- California, Nevada, Arizona and Florida.

    Mortgage Rates Rally Finally Broken

    California mortgage company, Blue Loan Services, comments on recent mortgage rate trends and gives some advice for those seeking the best home loan rates. (PRWeb April 14, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/blue-loan-services/mortgage-rates-californ...

    Hot homes: Laguna 'rock house' for sale at $15 million

    The landmark Laguna Beach “rock house,” a cutting-edge home wedged into a large, oceanfront boulder, is for sale at $15 million.Designed by Orange County architect Brion Jeannette for a software entrepreneur with a wild streak, the...

    How to improve your home's appeal

    The question every Orange County homeseller should ask today is, “How can I make my house appeal to more buyers?” Unlike last spring, when there were so few houses for sale that buyers barely paid attention to how one was decorated before writing...

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