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Kent Williams Ceo clear Air Development corp

25 Years exp in the reo repair field

1. Home prep (For resale)

2. Trash out Int/Ext

3. General Cleaning , Int/Ext

4. Minor or Major Repairs

5. Complete Property Rehab Int/Ext

6. Construction clean up (Rough-final)

7. Property preservation, Water heater strapped, Smoke alarms installed, Lawn Maintenance, Board Up for Security, Lock change.

8. We are a Full Service Handyman Company

Contact Kent Williams

kent williams
Clearair Development Corp.
Mobile: 562-644-3369
Fax: 503-961-0764

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Kent's Blog

Risky foreclosures scare off homebuyers

Posted on December 19, 2009 at 10:52pm 2 Comments

Fewer Americans are willing to purchase a distressed home compared with six months ago, according to a new survey.

Now is not the time for Americans to start getting cold feet about buying foreclosures.

Not that their reasoning isn't 100% sound. Buying a foreclosure carries plenty of risks, and in some markets it will put you in competition with investors who are way out of your league.

But if foreclosure filings stay on track, more than 4 million U.S.… Continue

A holiday foreclosure reprieve

Posted on December 19, 2009 at 10:48pm 0 Comments

Thousands of delinquent homeowners won't need to worry about eviction -- at least not until January.

Maybe the banks that put foreclosures on hold during the holidays really are doing the homeowners a favor. Maybe it really is out of a sense of holiday goodwill.

But, chances are, public relations plays a big role in the decision, too.

Citigroup announced yesterday that it will put foreclosures and evictions on hold through Jan. 17, and Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae also announced… Continue

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