More than 7 million homeowners who suffered a foreclosure or short sale during the housing crisis are poised to become buyers again. MoreWhy You Should Be House Hunting for Foreclosures Right NowMONEY’s Best Places to Live in America Over the next eight years, nearly 7.3 million Americans who lost their homes in the housing crash will become creditworthy enough to buy again, according to a new analysis. RealtyTrac, a real estate information company and online marketplace for foreclosed properties, estimates that these “boomerang buyers”-those who suffered a foreclosure or short sale between 2007 and 2014-are rapidly approaching, or already past, the seven-year window “conservatively” needed to repair their credit. Finish Reading Full Article Here.
Which would you rather ski or ride: a foot of powder that’s dropped from the heavens or machine-made ice cream? The answer is easy. We’d all rather ski fresh powder from Mother Nature. But that choice usually isn’t ours. Snowmaking operations at Heavenly Mountain Resort. And while it may sound like I’m downplaying the quality of machine made snow when I call it machine-made ice cream, don’t be mistaken. The quality of snow that comes out of these modern snow guns is actually pretty remarkable.Finish reading blog here.