Sep 09

Mortgage Rates Lowest of the Year

Palm Beach County Mortgage Rates Lowest of the year Joe Malmuth RealtorMortgage rates have remained mostly steady in recent weeks, keeping borrowing costs near 2014 lows, Freddie Mac reports in its weekly mortgage market survey.

Freddie Mac reports the following national averages for mortgage rates for the week ending July 31:

  • 30-year fixed-rate mortgages: 

    averaged 4.12 percent, with an average 0.6 point, dropping from last week’s 4.13 percent average. Last year at this time, 30-year rates averaged 4.39 percent.

  • 15-year fixed-rate mortgages: 

    averaged 3.23 percent, with an average 0.7 point, falling from last week’s 3.26 percent average. A year ago, 15-year rates averaged 3.43 percent.

  • 5-year hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages: 

    averaged 3.01 percent, with an average 0.5 point, rising from last week’s 2.99 percent average. Last year at this time, 5-year ARMs averaged 3.18 percent.

  • 1-year ARMs: 

    averaged 2.38 percent, with an average 0.4 point, dropping from last week’s 2.39 percent average. Last year at this time, 1-year ARMs averaged 2.64 percent.

Sep 06

Mortgages are Easier to Get

Mortgages are easier to get in palm beach countyThe home mortgage market improved last quarter as demand increased and many banks eased their lending standards for the most creditworthy borrowers, the Federal Reserve said Monday.

Banks also loosened lending criteria for a variety of other consumer and business loans as the economy improved and demand picked up.

The developments could foreshadow a turnaround in housing, which slowed this year amid last year’s increases in mortgage rates and higher home prices. More favorable credit conditions have been cited as a driver of stronger economic growth recently. Last week, the government said the economy grew at a better-than-expected annual rate of 4 percent in the second quarter.

Credit standards for many loans, including mortgages, are more stringent than before the 2008 crisis, but they’ve eased in recent months, the Fed’s senior loan officer survey shows.

Mortgage demand started to flag as borrowing costs edged up after Federal Reserve officials signaled in May 2013 that the central bank would soon wind down bond purchases holding down long-term interest rates.

Rates for 30-year fixed mortgages rose nearly a percentage point to 4.46 percent by the end of last year. But rates have drifted down (4.12 percent last week), in part because the Fed indicated it’s in no rush to raise short-term interest rates.

Half the banks surveyed by the Fed in July said demand for prime mortgages was stronger the past three months. Lenders had reported weakening demand the previous three quarters.

Even more encouraging, nearly a quarter of the banks said they eased credit standards for prime mortgages, the most since the 2007 housing crash. Only about 6 percent toughened their criteria.

Several large banks also loosened standards, boosted credit limits and reduced the minimum credit score for credit card loans. A surge in borrowing also boosted business loans, with more than 30 percent of banks citing stronger demand from businesses; about 5 percent reported weaker demand.

About 11 percent of banks surveyed eased their standards for loans to midsize and large companies, and 8 percent did so for small businesses, while none tightened.

Sep 03

5 Biggest Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make

Endurance Realty and Investments can help you avoid making mistakes when buying a home in palm beach countyReal estate experts say they see first-time buyers committing the same mistakes, time and time again. Here are some of the most common ones, as identified by experts in a recent CNBC article:

1. They’re unprepared to compete against all-cash offers. Buyers need to be ready to make a quick decision if their housing market is heating up.

Buying a home is “really like finding a job – it’s going to take a lot of time to prepare,” says Cara Pierce, a certified housing counselor with ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions. “That way, when the deal comes along, you’re ready to pounce on it.”

Housing experts say buyers should have already saved as much as possible for a downpayment, repaired any credit report blemishes, and get preapproved for a loan as they start their house hunt to put them in a better position to compete.

2. They place a car ahead of the home. Lenders are going to scrutinize applicants’ debt-to-income ratio when assessing how well they can afford a mortgage payment. Consumers’ debt has gone, on average, from $40,000 in 2010 to $51,000 today, according to David Norris, president and COO of loanDepot, a non-bank mortgage lender.

“It would be much easier to own a home if you can show a history of saving and not have gotten yourself into too much debt,” Norris told CNBC.

3. They place too much emphasis on online loan information. Online sites can be good for finding out general information about loan products and estimated costs, but experts recommend visiting mortgage lenders face-to-face to help demystify the process and get advice about the buyer’s specific situation.

“Go to different places and talk to loan officers to get a feel for what the differences are between similar types of loans,” says Pierce. “Sometimes a company won’t charge an origination fee, but then the interest rate is higher … and in some cases you can put many of the upfront costs – closing costs, title insurance – into the loan, which makes your balance larger.”

4. They rely too much on online home values. Some real estate websites are giving buyers a false sense of home values.

“If a buyer believes that the actual value of the property is $1.1 million [as estimated on an online website that advertises home listings] when it’s really $1.3 million, it’s a real disservice to the client,” says John Barrentine, co-founder and CEO of RED Real Estate Group. “You really should [spend time] with someone who understands the market, someone who’s there day in and day out.”

Homebuyers can get the best feel of the market by working with a real estate agent and driving around neighborhoods, so they can get a sense about homes that may be less valuable or even more valuable than suggested online.

5. They forgo the home inspection. About 10 percent of homes recently purchased weren’t inspected by a home inspector, according to Bill Loden, president of the American Society of Home Inspectors. Some buyers were trying to cut down on the costs of hiring an inspector to investigate a home – which usually averages about $450 – but defects uncovered later could potentially result in the loss of thousands of dollars.

“It takes a trained eye to be able to see the problems that can exist in a home,” Loden says. “The inspection can also give the first-time buyer a bit of a schooling on the house and how to maintain it.”

Buyers should also be prepared to ask questions about conditions that are common to specific areas, such as radon in Midwest; sewers in California; and active clay soils in Dallas that can lead to foundation issues. The home may require additional inspection from a specialist to rule out potential problems.

Sep 01

Most Buyers Don’t Know How To Prepare for the Mortgage Process

Home Mortgage Assistance in palm Beach County endurance realty and investmentsA poll conducted by Versta Research and commissioned by Discover Home Loans found that 94 percent of prospective buyers believe they’re making a good investment by purchasing a home.

Although 87 percent are confident they will find an affordable home loan, the poll shows many have not done the math to determine their costs. In fact, 63 percent find themselves overwhelmed by the amount of mortgage information available.

Financial readiness
• 83 percent of buyers have been pre-qualified for a home loan

• Why enter the market now? 60 percent of respondents began a home search after at least one of the following took place:
– They achieved sufficient financial stability: 22 percent
– The market became more affordable: 20 percen
– They improved credit scores to qualify for better mortgages: 20 percent
– Mortgage rates and lending options becoming more affordable 18 percent
– They saved enough for a downpayment: 17 percent

Unsure of the cost
 Although 87 percent know what type of property they can afford, only 52 percent have actually determined their projected monthly payment

• 41 percent have yet to calculate their down payment

• 48 percent don’t know how much their mortgage payment would be if they chose a more or less expensive property

Inundated with information
• Nearly two-thirds feel overwhelmed by the amount of information available on home financing

• For those under age 30, 76 percent reported feeling overwhelmed

• 76 percent of first-time buyers reported feeling overwhelmed, versus 54 percent of those who have previously owned

Key resources
• For help determining whether buying a particular home would be a good investment, prospective buyers turn to real estate agents most often, 66 percent, then to family and friends, 56 percent

• When evaluating mortgage terms and comparing offers, they turn to mortgage bankers most often, 59 percent, then to real estate agents, 49 percent

Aug 30

Florida Housing Market Sees More Sales and Rising Prices in June 2014

 Florida Housing Market Rises - Florida RealtorFlorida’s housing market reported more closed sales, higher median prices, increased new listings and a rise in inventory in June, according to the latest housing data released by Florida Realtors®. Closed sales of single-family homes statewide totaled 23,181 last month, up 14.6 percent over the June 2013 figure.

“June marked the 31st month in a row – more than 2 1/2 years – that median sales prices rose year-over-year for both single-family homes and townhome-condo properties,” says 2014 Florida Realtors®President Sherri Meadows, CEO and team leader, Keller Williams, with market centers in Gainesville, Ocala and The Villages. “The state’s steadily improving jobs outlook and rising influx of people continue to have a positive impact on Florida’s housing market. Statewide, new listings for single-family homes in June rose 12.4 percent year-over-year, while new townhouse-condo listings rose 3 percent.”

The statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes last month was $185,000, up 5.2 percent from the previous year, according to data from Florida Realtors Industry Data and Analysis (IDA) department in partnership with local Realtor boards/associations. The statewide median price for townhouse-condo properties in June was $141,000, up 8.5 percent over the year-ago figure. The median is the midpoint; half the homes sold for more, half for less.

According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), thenational median sales price for existing single-family homes in May 2014 was $213,600, up 4.9 percent from the previous yearthenational median existing condo price was $212,300.In California, the statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes in May was$466,320; in Massachusetts, it was $347,900; in Maryland, it was $273,912; and in New York, it was $219,000.

Looking at Florida’s townhouse-condo market, statewide closed sales totaled 9,594 last month, up 3.1 percent compared to June 2013. The closed sales data reflected fewer short sales last month compared to the previous year: Short sales for condo-townhouse properties declined 60.3 percent while short sales for single-family homes dropped 51.9 percent. Closed sales typically occur 30 to 90 days after sales contracts are written.

Florida Realtors Chief Economist Dr. John Tuccillo said, “June was a very strong month for both the single-family and the townhouse and condo markets in Florida, and we are very encouraged by the data. But a look at one month alone does not ever truly describe the market. So when the strong June report is balanced by a somewhat weaker May, the picture of a market settling-in emerges.

“We are generally seeing slower increases in both sales and prices, and a rising level of inventories. All of this points to a continued steady, manageable growth in the Florida housing market.”

Inventory was at a 5.6-months’ supply in June for single-family homes and at a 5.8-months’ supply for townhouse-condo properties, according to Florida Realtors.

According to Freddie Mac, the interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.16 percent in June 2014, up from the 4.07 percent average recorded during the same month a year earlier.

Aug 27

Decline in Foreclosures Reaches High Point

foreclosures_down_in Palm-beach-countyForeclosure activity in June was down 16 percent from a year prior, marking the lowest level since July 2006 — before the housing bubble burst — according to RealtyTrac’s Midyear 2014 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report. The report showed a much-improved picture: Foreclosure filings, which include default notices, scheduled auctions, and bank repossessions, were down 19 percent in the first half of 2014 compared to the previous six months and 23 percent from year-ago levels.

Ten states in June reached their lowest level of foreclosures since 2006, including Texas, Georgia, Colorado, Tennessee, Arizona, and Nevada.

“Nationwide foreclosure activity in June reached an important milestone, dropping to levels not seen since before the housing-price bubble burst in August 2006,” says Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac. “Over the next six to nine months, nationwide foreclosure numbers should start to flatline at consistent historically normal levels.”

Not all states are out of the woods yet. For example, nine states saw foreclosure activity rise during the first half of 2014 compared to a year ago, such as New Jersey (up 54%); Maryland (up 18%); Iowa (up 10%); Massachusetts (up 4%); and Connecticut (up 4%). The states with the highest foreclosure rates in the first half of 2014 remained Florida, Maryland, Illinois, New Jersey, and Nevada, according to the report.

“While it’s important that any remaining foreclosure infection is addressed promptly to keep it from festering, foreclosures are no longer a widespread contagion threatening to derail the housing market’s return to full health,” Blomquist says.

The metros with some of the largest decreases in foreclosure activity in the first half of 2014 compared to a year ago included Chicago (down 30%); Miami (down 30%); Houston (down 29%); Dallas (down 28%); and Los Angeles (down 20%).

Aug 25

JPMorgan Treading More Cautiously with Mortgages

JP Morgan Cautious About Mortgage ApplicantsThe nation’s second-largest mortgage lender, JPMorgan Chase & Co., says it’s backing away from issuing mortgages to less creditworthy borrowers due to growing concerns the bank will be able to recover much money if it needs to foreclose on the home, Reuters reports.

The bank is taking a more cautious approach in reducing the chances of having to foreclose on a loan, showing more reluctance than other banks by refusing to rely on government loan guarantees and insurance.

“The cost to take a customer through the foreclosure process is just astronomical now,” Kevin Watters, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase’s residential mortgage banking business in New York, told Reuters.

On average, it can take 572 days – or more than 1.5 years – to foreclose on a home, according to first-quarter data from RealtyTrac.

If other lenders follow JPMorgan’s lead, it could become more difficult for people to secure financing to buy homes, despite government programs that are in place to help credit flow to these borrowers, Christopher Mayer, a professor of real estate finance at Columbia University, told Reuters.

“This could reduce the number of first-time buyers and slow the speed with which people who lost their homes during the crisis can become home owners again,” Mayer says.

However, some lenders in recent months have lowered their underwriting standards and even areissuing subprime loans again in trying to court the home purchase market, at a time when their refinancing business has dramatically slowed due to higher interest rates.

JPMorgan announced a $74 million loss from issuing mortgages in the second quarter compared with $566 million of income at the same time last year.

JPMorgan officials say it may take them until 2015 to fully implement their new mortgage strategy. But they do plan to pull back from making loans under the Federal Housing Administration program, a mortgage program that helps first-time home owners make smaller down payments.

But the bank says it isn’t shrinking its jumbo-mortgage originations, which tend to go to wealthier borrowers who have more assets to pay off the loans. Jumbo loans are those that are $417,000 and higher in most parts of the country; in some of the most expensive markets, jumbo loans reach $625,500 or more. JPMorgan company executives say that JPMorgan has been trying to undercut the competition on prices for loans to nab a bigger share of the jumbo business from its competitors.

Aug 23

Housing Affordability Continues to Soften as Prices Rise

Housing affordability in Palm Beach CountyRising home prices pushed housing affordability down in May compared with last year, making homes a little less affordable to the average family, according to the National Association of REALTORS®’ latest Housing Affordability Index.

The median price for a single-family home rose to $213,600 in May, up 4.9 percent from a year ago. However, the affordability picture may improve in the coming months as price gain slow. Meanwhile, mortgage rates rose 77 basis points from last year (with one percentage point equal to 100 basis points).

“While jobs and income levels are up slightly from last year, they are not growing fast enough to offset price increases,” writes Michael Hyman, an NAR research assistant, on NAR’s Economists’ Outlook blog. “Having money for a down payment can still be a big hurdle for potential home buyers who already pay comparable rent payments.”

Affordability was down in May in all regions of the country, with the South posting the largest drop in affordability in the month, but the West saw the largest slump in affordability year-over-year after seeing the largest price gain of 8.4 percent.

Aug 21

First Time Home Buyers Find Favorable Housing Market in Palm Beach County

First Time Home Buyers Palm beach County FloridaYoung people are starting to leave their parent’s home and move out on their own. The Current Population Survey for 2013 showed a drop in the percentage of 20-somethings living with parents, marking the first decline since 2005.

As of now, the percentage drop appears minimal: Those aged 18 to 24 living with parents or a related subgroup dropped from 56 percent to 55 percent in one year. However, Brad Hunter, chief economist at Metrostudy, notes in a Builder online article that the one-percentage-point decline represents 300,000 people who are now looking for a household of their own that who were previously living with their parents.

First-time buyers usually make up about 40 percent of home buyers. However, lately, the share has been in the 35 percent to 38 percent range, Hunter says. For existing-home sales, first-time buyers’ share is less than one-third of all buyers, at 27 percent in May, according to the National Association of REALTORS®.

The delay in millennials branching out on their own has greatly reduced household formation in recent years. Household formation rates usually average 1.4 million per year. Lately, the rate has been a fraction of that, about 500,000 to 700,000 a year.

“We are seeing some evidence that young people who had moved in with their parents or relatives are now finding the means and the motivation to move out and get their own place,” Hunter notes. “While most of these newly-emerging twenty-somethings will be going into rentals, the movement out of the parental home is nonetheless expected to support a series of positive steps from rentals to entry-level re-sales to entry-level new homes, and on up the ladder.”

Aug 21

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Elementary Schools in Lake Worth, FL

20 Elementary Schools found in the area.

School Type Grade Level Enrollment Students per Teacher
Academy for Positive Learning
Phone: (561) 585-6104
128 North C St, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.academyforpositivelearning.org
Charter K-8 114 18
Barton Elementary School
Phone: (561) 540-9100
1700 Barton Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/bartones
Public PK-5 882 15
Coral Reef Elementary School
Phone: (561) 804-3700
6151 Hagen Ranch Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33467 http://www.edline.net/pages/Coral_Reef_Elementary_School
Public PK-5 1026 15
Discovery Key Elementary School
Phone: (561) 491-8200
3550 Lyons Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33467 http://www.edline.net/pages/Discovery_Key_Elementary
Public K-5 958 14
Hidden Oaks Elementary School
Phone: (561) 804-3800
7685 South Military Trail, Lake Worth, FL 33463 http://www.edline.net/pages/Hidden_Oaks_Elementary_School
Public K-5 826 14
Highland Elementary School
Phone: (561) 202-0500
500 Highland Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/HighlandES
Public PK-5 818 13
Indian Pines Elementary School
Phone: (561) 804-3300
6000 Oak Royal Dr, Lake Worth, FL 33463 http://www.edline.net/pages/Indian_Pines_Elementary
Public PK-5 826 12
Jfk Medical Center Charter School
Phone: (561) 868-6100
4696 Davis Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33461 http://brighthorizons.com/Site/index.aspx
Charter K-5 505 17
Manatee Elementary School
Phone: (561) 357-1800
7001 Charleston Shores BL, Lake Worth, FL 33467 http://www.edline.net/pages/Manatee_Elementary_School
Public PK-5 1080 16
North Grade Elementary School
Phone: (561) 202-9300
824 North K St, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.edline.net/pages/North_Grade_Elementary_School
Public K-5 763 14
Palm Springs Elementary School
Phone: (561) 804-3000
101 Davis Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33461 http://www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/palmspringses
Public K-5 895 14
Panther Run Elementary School
Phone: (561) 804-3900
10775 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33449 http://www.palmbeac.k12.fl.us/PantherRunES
Public PK-5 777 15
South Grade Elementary School
Phone: (561) 202-9400
716 South K St, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.edline.net/pages/South_Grade_Elementary_School
Public K-5 523 12
Our Savior Lutheran School
Phone: (561) 582-8624
1615 Lake Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-5 17 6
Northern Private School
Phone: (561) 585-4053
1822 High Ridge Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33461
Private PK,K-2 35 12
Sacred Heart School
Phone: (561) 582-2242
410 N M St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-8 173 12
The Elles School
Phone: (561) 588-1954
1325 N A St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private, Special Education 4-12 26 4
Suncoast Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 641-1446
5561 Hypoluxo Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-5 54 4
Precious Promise Learning Ctr & Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 540-4459
1744 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-7 16 2
Trinity Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 967-1900
7259 S Military Trl, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-12 551 16

Middle Schools in Lake Worth, FL

7 Middle Schools found in the area.

School Type Grade Level Enrollment Students per Teacher
Academy for Positive Learning
Phone: (561) 585-6104
128 North C St, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.academyforpositivelearning.org
Charter K-8 114 18
L C Swain Middle School
Phone: (561) 649-6900
5332 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33463 http://www.edline.net/pages/L_C_Swain_Middle_School
Public 6-8 986 15
Lake Worth Community Middle School
Phone: (561) 540-5500
1300 Barnett Dr, Lake Worth, FL 33461 http://www.edlin.net/pages/Lake_Worth_Middle_School
Public 6-8 928 17
Sacred Heart School
Phone: (561) 582-2242
410 N M St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-8 173 12
The Elles School
Phone: (561) 588-1954
1325 N A St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private, Special Education 4-12 26 4
Precious Promise Learning Ctr & Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 540-4459
1744 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-7 16 2
Trinity Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 967-1900
7259 S Military Trl, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-12 551 16

High Schools in Lake Worth, FL

6 High Schools found in the area.

School Type Grade Level Enrollment Students per Teacher
Lake Worth High School
Phone: (561) 533-6300
1701 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33460 http://www.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/LakeWorthHS
Magnet 9-12 1968 16
Park Vista Community High School
Phone: (561) 491-8400
7900 Jog Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33467 http://www.parkvistacommunityhighschool.com
Public 9-12 2929 19
Seagull Academy
Phone: (561) 540-8110
1801 12TH Ave South, Lake Worth, FL 33461 http://www.seagull.org
Charter 9-12 54 20
Dibacco School
Phone: (561) 283-6796
1119 Crestwood Blvd, Lake Worth, FL 33460 www.thedibaccoschool.com
Private, Alternative 9-12 8 8
The Elles School
Phone: (561) 588-1954
1325 N A St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private, Special Education 4-12 26 4
Trinity Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 967-1900
7259 S Military Trl, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-12 551 16

Preschool Schools in Lake Worth, FL

6 Preschool Schools found in the area.

School Type Grade Level Enrollment Students per Teacher
Our Savior Lutheran School
Phone: (561) 582-8624
1615 Lake Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-5 17 6
Northern Private School
Phone: (561) 585-4053
1822 High Ridge Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33461
Private PK,K-2 35 12
Sacred Heart School
Phone: (561) 582-2242
410 N M St, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-8 173 12
Suncoast Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 641-1446
5561 Hypoluxo Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-5 54 4
Precious Promise Learning Ctr & Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 540-4459
1744 Lake Worth Rd, Lake Worth, FL 33460
Private PK,K-7 16 2
Trinity Christian Academy
Phone: (561) 967-1900
7259 S Military Trl, Lake Worth, FL 33463
Private PK,K-12 551 16

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