Homeowners Resource Group, Inc.

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc.

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As Covid CARES act comes to a close, many homeowners will be left with no choice but to sell. If you know of anyone who may need help with exploring their options, we are here for them!

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/02/covid-mortgage-bailouts-expire-thousands-could-lose-or-sell-homes.html
To those who have been subject to a job loss or hardship due to COVID, the foreclosure moratorium and forbearances will end soon. If you need help, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance!
As 2020 comes to a close, I am grateful for all the clients who allowed me to help them
this year. Reading their reviews is always the best reward for the extremely challenging, lengthy process of helping each of them out of their situations in the best way possible.

Check out Homeowners Resource Group NY on Google!
https://g.page/homeowners-resource-group?gm
As soon as this ban is lifted, there will be a huge jump in listings!
“When you buy a home, you’re making an impact. You’re fulfilling your need for shelter and a place to live, and you’re also generating jobs and income for the appraiser, the loan officer, the title company, the real estate agent, and many more contributors to the process.”
Mortgage companies are requesting full repayment of the payments that were deferred during the forbearance period- and you must then be re-qualified to begin paying your mortgage again. Imagine how backed up the banks will be when those applications all have to be reviewed after the forbearance period is over? How will homeowners get back on track then if the bank won’t accept their payments nor will they have enough man power to process all the repayment applications?
What’s worse: The pandemic? Or the approaching depression as a result of it?

Homeowners were already struggling before to make ends meet (in LI especially, high taxes).. The banks “relief” programs really just mean you’ll owe them the lump sum of missed payments at the end of the forbearance period.

“Even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Nassau and Suffolk county homeowners faced some of the highest levels of housing distress in the country, a new report shows. In Suffolk County, the typical resident would need to pay 55% of their annual income to afford a home valued at $415,000, the median sale price in the first three months of 2020, California-based Attom Data Solutions reported this month. At the end of 2019, 6.6% of Suffolk homeowners with an outstanding mortgage owed more than their home was worth, and 0.2% of homes were in the foreclosure process.

Nassau County residents needed an even higher share – 65% -- of their income to afford a median-priced home valued at $535,000, Attom reported. Of those with mortgages, 6.9% were underwater on their loans and 0.16% were in foreclosure, the report shows.

Of all counties in the nation with sufficient data to analyze, Nassau and Suffolk ranked in the top 75 most vulnerable to the pandemic’s financial hit..”

https://www.newsday.com/business/coronavirus/mortgage-relief-forbearance-default-1.43904313
Courtesy of http://www.islandpropertytax.com/

“In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Nassau County previously announced that they are further extending the filing deadline to April 30th, 2020 for property tax grievances.

Assessed values are rising again for most homeowners in Nassau County according to tentative tax roll data published this January. The county assessor has previously acknowledged calculation errors on approximately 85,000 properties on the prior year's assessments. As such, we are advising every homeowner to file a property tax grievance to ensure that an error has not been made on their new re-assessment for 2021/22.”
New Yorkers: New quick way to file for unemployment launched this morning

https://unemployment.labor.ny.gov/
Homeowners, reach out to me if you need help with applying for temporary relief for your mortgage during this tough time.

https://www.nar.realtor/political-advocacy/coronavirus-aid-relief-and-economic-security-act
If anyone foresees that they will have trouble making their mortgage payments, send me a message and I can help you with working something out with your lender. Free of charge.

“Unemployment figures have sky-rocketed to an all-time high of 3.28million, an increase of 3million between March 14 and March 21, as thousands of businesses across the country are forced to close their doors.”

Our company’s mission is to help homeowners be informed of all of their options regarding their pr

BBB Scam Alert: Protect your home. Spot the signs of deed theft 10/10/2022

BBB Scam Alert: Protect your home. Spot the signs of deed theft

https://www.bbb.org/article/scams/27678-bbb-scam-alert-protect-your-home-spot-the-signs-of-deed-theft

Be aware of scams from "foreclosure specialists"!

BBB Scam Alert: Protect your home. Spot the signs of deed theft This scam targets homeowners who are already financially vulnerable, leaving them buried in debt or even homeless. Learn to spot the signs of this ruthless con before it is too late.

09/02/2022

It’s always most rewarding when we help clients become inspired and happy to have found us (or us find them) and offer a glimmer of hope for their current situation.

Photos from Homeowners Resource Group, Inc.'s post 08/27/2022

Helping homeowners make educated and informed decisions regarding properties they own or inherited. 📑. Where Homeowners Go to Get in the Know📲

U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops 4 Percent In July 2022 08/11/2022

U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops 4 Percent In July 2022

Foreclosures are up overall 143% from last year. If you know anyone struggling, contact us and we can let you know what options you have.

U.S. Foreclosure Activity Drops 4 Percent In July 2022 ATTOM's July 2022 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report shows that foreclosure filings were down 4% from a month ago but up 143% from a year ago.

08/09/2022

Full house today! 📞

08/08/2022

Located on Main St in Islip, we are local Long Islanders and here to help our neighbors!

08/08/2022

Luca and Noah are on the lookout for new clients!

08/08/2022

Our office is open for business and ready to help people with their properties!

08/08/2022

Come on in! We are here to help you with your property.

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their business hours. 07/18/2022

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their business hours.

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their business hours.

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their phone number. 07/18/2022

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their phone number.

Homeowners Resource Group, Inc. updated their phone number.

Thousands could soon lose – or sell – their homes as Covid mortgage bailouts expire 12/09/2021

Thousands could soon lose – or sell – their homes as Covid mortgage bailouts expire

As Covid CARES act comes to a close, many homeowners will be left with no choice but to sell. If you know of anyone who may need help with exploring their options, we are here for them!

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/02/covid-mortgage-bailouts-expire-thousands-could-lose-or-sell-homes.html

Thousands could soon lose – or sell – their homes as Covid mortgage bailouts expire Hundreds of thousands of homeowners could soon lose or sell their homes as Covid-related mortgage bailout programs expire.

Q3 2021 U.S. Foreclosure Activity Begins To See Significant Increases As Foreclosure Moratorium Is Lifted 10/14/2021

Q3 2021 U.S. Foreclosure Activity Begins To See Significant Increases As Foreclosure Moratorium Is Lifted

To those who have been subject to a job loss or hardship due to COVID, the foreclosure moratorium and forbearances will end soon. If you need help, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance!

Q3 2021 U.S. Foreclosure Activity Begins To See Significant Increases As Foreclosure Moratorium Is Lifted ATTOM's Q3 2021 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report shows that U.S. foreclosure filings in Q3 2021 were up 68% from Q3 2020.

Homeowners Resource Group NY on Google 12/30/2020

Homeowners Resource Group NY on Google

As 2020 comes to a close, I am grateful for all the clients who allowed me to help them
this year. Reading their reviews is always the best reward for the extremely challenging, lengthy process of helping each of them out of their situations in the best way possible.

Check out Homeowners Resource Group NY on Google!
https://g.page/homeowners-resource-group?gm

Homeowners Resource Group NY on Google Find out more about Homeowners Resource Group NY by following them on Google

09/05/2020
Coronavirus: LI Sees Sharp Drop In Home Sales — But Not Prices 05/15/2020

Coronavirus: LI Sees Sharp Drop In Home Sales — But Not Prices

As soon as this ban is lifted, there will be a huge jump in listings!

Coronavirus: LI Sees Sharp Drop In Home Sales — But Not Prices Home sales plummeted when the new coronavirus forced New York to issue a statewide stay-at-home order. But houses didn't get cheaper.

The Economic Impact of Buying a Home 04/25/2020

The Economic Impact of Buying a Home

“When you buy a home, you’re making an impact. You’re fulfilling your need for shelter and a place to live, and you’re also generating jobs and income for the appraiser, the loan officer, the title company, the real estate agent, and many more contributors to the process.”

The Economic Impact of Buying a Home We’re in a changing real estate market, and life, in general, is changing too – from how we grocery shop and meal prep to the ways we can interact with our friends and neighbors.

Long Island Lawmakers Propose Mortgage Relief Plan 04/20/2020

Long Island Lawmakers Propose Mortgage Relief Plan

Mortgage companies are requesting full repayment of the payments that were deferred during the forbearance period- and you must then be re-qualified to begin paying your mortgage again. Imagine how backed up the banks will be when those applications all have to be reviewed after the forbearance period is over? How will homeowners get back on track then if the bank won’t accept their payments nor will they have enough man power to process all the repayment applications?

Long Island Lawmakers Propose Mortgage Relief Plan The bill would allow homeowners to extend the due date of their mortgage, instead of having to make up all their missed payments in one sum.

LIers find little comfort in mortgage forbearance 04/16/2020

LIers find little comfort in mortgage forbearance

What’s worse: The pandemic? Or the approaching depression as a result of it?

Homeowners were already struggling before to make ends meet (in LI especially, high taxes).. The banks “relief” programs really just mean you’ll owe them the lump sum of missed payments at the end of the forbearance period.

“Even before the coronavirus pandemic hit, Nassau and Suffolk county homeowners faced some of the highest levels of housing distress in the country, a new report shows. In Suffolk County, the typical resident would need to pay 55% of their annual income to afford a home valued at $415,000, the median sale price in the first three months of 2020, California-based Attom Data Solutions reported this month. At the end of 2019, 6.6% of Suffolk homeowners with an outstanding mortgage owed more than their home was worth, and 0.2% of homes were in the foreclosure process.

Nassau County residents needed an even higher share – 65% -- of their income to afford a median-priced home valued at $535,000, Attom reported. Of those with mortgages, 6.9% were underwater on their loans and 0.16% were in foreclosure, the report shows.

Of all counties in the nation with sufficient data to analyze, Nassau and Suffolk ranked in the top 75 most vulnerable to the pandemic’s financial hit..”

https://www.newsday.com/business/coronavirus/mortgage-relief-forbearance-default-1.43904313

LIers find little comfort in mortgage forbearance Long Island homeowners who are struggling to pay their mortgages say they have asked lenders about federal and state mortgage reprieve programs, only to learn any missed payments would be due all at o

04/16/2020

Courtesy of http://www.islandpropertytax.com/

“In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Nassau County previously announced that they are further extending the filing deadline to April 30th, 2020 for property tax grievances.

Assessed values are rising again for most homeowners in Nassau County according to tentative tax roll data published this January. The county assessor has previously acknowledged calculation errors on approximately 85,000 properties on the prior year's assessments. As such, we are advising every homeowner to file a property tax grievance to ensure that an error has not been made on their new re-assessment for 2021/22.”

04/10/2020

unemployment.labor.ny.gov

New Yorkers: New quick way to file for unemployment launched this morning

https://unemployment.labor.ny.gov/

unemployment.labor.ny.gov

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act 03/30/2020

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act

Homeowners, reach out to me if you need help with applying for temporary relief for your mortgage during this tough time.

https://www.nar.realtor/political-advocacy/coronavirus-aid-relief-and-economic-security-act

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Congress has voted on a historic COVID-19 relief that includes many benefits for Realtors® that were secured by NAR. Here is an outline of the major provisions.

Cuomo: It was not the best strategy to shut down NY 03/26/2020

Cuomo: It was not the best strategy to shut down NY

If anyone foresees that they will have trouble making their mortgage payments, send me a message and I can help you with working something out with your lender. Free of charge.

“Unemployment figures have sky-rocketed to an all-time high of 3.28million, an increase of 3million between March 14 and March 21, as thousands of businesses across the country are forced to close their doors.”

Cuomo: It was not the best strategy to shut down NY Speaking at a press conference in Albany as the number of cases in New York rose to 37,000 and the death toll increased to 385.

COVID-19 Updates - NYSAR 03/25/2020

COVID-19 Updates - NYSAR

Real Estate is on hold!

https://www.nysar.com/news/coronavirus-resources/

COVID-19 Updates - NYSAR NYSAR is committed to keeping you informed with updates and resources regarding the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on your business and industry. Keep checking back—this page will be updated regularly with new information. For more on how to protect yourself and your families, visit the Centers ...

02/03/2020

Nothin like a good duct cleaning on a Monday morning!

Minnesota Will Pay Homeowners to Replace Lawns with Bee-Friendly Wildflowers, Clover and Native Grasses 02/03/2020

Minnesota Will Pay Homeowners to Replace Lawns with Bee-Friendly Wildflowers, Clover and Native Grasses

Without the bees, we wouldn’t be here! 🐝

Minnesota Will Pay Homeowners to Replace Lawns with Bee-Friendly Wildflowers, Clover and Native Grasses Minnesota is asking homeowners to turn their lawns into prairie to help bring back the bees Minnesota just allocated nearly a million dollars in incentives for people to transform their lawns into bee-friendly wildflowers, clover and native grasses. The state is asking citizens to stop spraying herb...

16 LI Communities Make 2019 List Of Best Places To Buy A House 02/03/2020

16 LI Communities Make 2019 List Of Best Places To Buy A House

Bethpage, my hometown! Anyone’s town make the list?

16 LI Communities Make 2019 List Of Best Places To Buy A House Niche.com recently released its 2019 rankings of best places to buy a house. Check out which LI areas made the list.

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Homeowner 02/02/2020

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Homeowner

Before diving in to becoming a homeowner, make sure you have plenty of cushion and that you’re getting a good deal.

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Becoming A Homeowner I wish I could say Jordan and I stumbled upon a cute little house while out walking hand and hand through a picturesque neighborhood and decided it was...

What's the No. 1 reason for foreclosure? 02/02/2020

What's the No. 1 reason for foreclosure?

“Homeowners are more likely to default on their mortgage when the value of the property is less than the loan balance, suggesting that lower prices drive foreclosures.”

Housing prices are back up so high where they were when the bubble had to burst back in 2007. What will happen this time?

What's the No. 1 reason for foreclosure? Foreclosure is a frightening and increasingly common scenario in which homeowners lose their home because they can't make their mortgage payment. Why is this scenario playing out in a neighborhood near you?

House party 01/17/2020

House party

Looks like we are where we were in 06 pricing wise!

https://libn.com/2020/01/17/house-party/

House party Realtors revel in record-setting year as market moves from recovery to prosperity.

Retiree to Spend Rest of Life at Holiday Inn, Since It's Cheaper Than a Senior Home 01/17/2020

Retiree to Spend Rest of Life at Holiday Inn, Since It's Cheaper Than a Senior Home

He’s not the first and won’t be the last!

https://gritpost.com/retiree-holiday-inn-senior-home/

Retiree to Spend Rest of Life at Holiday Inn, Since It's Cheaper Than a Senior Home 64-year-old Terry Robison is a working-class retiree trying to make his money last throughout the rest of his life. And Holiday Inn is the clear winner.

Here's How High Rent Climbed In New York 01/10/2020

Here's How High Rent Climbed In New York

“Median One-Bedroom Rent: $1,295
Median Two-Bedroom Rent: $1,541”

..Maybe for the state of NY - but on LI these prices tend to be a little higher.

Here's How High Rent Climbed In New York Apartment List recently released its first National Rent Report of 2020. See how much rent costs increased during the last year.

Long Island Housing Market Grows In December 01/10/2020

Long Island Housing Market Grows In December

“The median sales price and the number of homes sold went up for both counties, compared both to last month and this time last year.”

Although people are leaving NY in droves, there is no shortage of buyers. This has been one long uphill economic turn since the crash in 08!

Long Island Housing Market Grows In December The holidays were a good time for real estate, with more units being sold for higher prices in both Nassau and Suffolk counties.

87-Year-Old Woman To Be Evicted From Stratford Home By Family 01/09/2020

87-Year-Old Woman To Be Evicted From Stratford Home By Family

“Michaels has lived in the house more than 50 years, but sold it to her nephew and his wife in 1999 under the condition that Michaels would live there as long as she was not a burden...”

Be careful what arrangements you make- even with family members. When money and assets are involved, people can pull the rug out from under you.

https://patch.com/connecticut/stratford/87-year-old-woman-be-evicted-stratford-home-family?utm_medium=social&utm_content=national&utm_source=facebook.com

87-Year-Old Woman To Be Evicted From Stratford Home By Family She must vacate her residence by April and may have to pay rent in the interim after her family said she has become a burden.

Homeowners' Resources 01/07/2020

Homeowners' Resources

Homeowners Resource Group NY now takes appointments on their Page. 01/07/2020

Homeowners Resource Group NY now takes appointments on their Page.

Homeowners Resource Group NY now takes appointments on their Page.

Homeowners Resource Group NY updated their website address. 01/07/2020

Homeowners Resource Group NY updated their website address.

Homeowners Resource Group NY updated their website address.

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Islip, NY
11751

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