Real Estate News Today Issue #2

Foreclosures Drop To Lowest Level In 7 years, Credit Card Debt Settlement Online, Business Christmas Greeting Card, and Real Estate: Look for value in 2014

Foreclosures Drop To Lowest Level In 7 years  
The number of new foreclosure filings -- which includes default notices, auctions and bank repossessions -- dropped 15% to a total of 113,454 properties in November, according to RealtyTrac, an online marketer of foreclosed properties.

That was the biggest monthly decline since November 2010, and foreclosure filings are now at the lowest level since December 2006. From a year ago, filings are down 37%. Read more...

Credit Card Debt Settlement Online   
There are a number of options available to you if you're in need of this service.Debt Settlement, Debt Negotiation, Repayment plans, and Debt Consolidation are just some of the options you can pursue. However, there's quite a big difference in debt settlement companies and plans plans they offer.  You need to find the right debt settlement solution, and just as importantly, the right debt settlement company, to work with in order to address your financial needs. Read more...

Business Christmas Greeting Card     
If you're looking for something refreshingly different try Cards Direct.  A quick look shows a variety of attractively designed business cards, including one called "Swirling Snowflakes". It has "a brilliant blue backgroundthat is offset by swirls of snowflakes to announce a holiday greeting like. Express your happiness for the season when you send this festive card to friends and business associates alike. Each card comes with envelopes to make it easier to share your joy. Read more...

Real estate: Look for value in 2014  
The good news for housing is that price gains next year are expected to be only about half as strong as in 2013, when sellers stayed on the sidelines. Yes, that's good news. "For a sustainable recovery you want to see more balance between buyers and sellers," says David Stiff, chief economist at CoreLogic Case-Shiller, which is forecasting a 6.8% rise in the median home value for 2014.
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