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My mission at Treu Group Real Estate is to be your best resource for real estate advice. Whether you are a buyer, seller, or investor, I can answer any questions you might have about real estate. Subscribe to this blog to get the latest news on local market trends and receive expert tips for buying or selling a home.

Tales of Two Markets: Analyzing the Latest Statistics in Our Real Estate Market.



In a market defined as a Seller’s Market we are experiencing a divided scene with separation being around the $500,000 threshold. For those selling or buying under this line the market is showing quick sales and multiple offers. For those selling with a price tag over the mentioned level, the market shows a slower panorama with fewer buyers and more inventory available and by consequence property prices are getting higher. Join Lisa Treu in this episode of the Real Estate 911 podcast where the latest data and statistics are analyzed to understand the two markets we are experiencing in the area.

Can You Still Get Financing After a Foreclosure?


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One of the common questions I get from my clients is how quickly can they enter back into the real estate market if they have suffered through a short sale, deed-in-lieu, foreclosure, Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

You need to know a few things first. Depending on the type of loan product you used and which of the four procedures you went through, your time away from being allowed to purchase will vary.

However, most people can enter back into the market in two to seven years in order to get financing.

Non-traditional financing may be a valid option for you.

One other option if you’re almost done with your waiting period is to use non-traditional financing. The interest rate for these loans will be a bit higher, but you can qualify one day after a foreclosure or a short sale. That way, you can get into a home, and then refinance after your waiting period is over.

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Staged For Success: Importance of Home Staging and Tips to Sell Your Home for the Most Money


Over 95% of realtors believe that staging directly impacts your chances of getting your home sold for the most money. Accompany us while Lisa Treu shares her professional tips to increase your home’s appeal and positively influence the value of the property through staging. This Treu Real Estate 911 podcast brings you the best professional advice while coaching you about the latest trends in the Real Estate market.