Monthly Archives: September 2009

California Home Loans Follows Tax Debate Closely

By William Selway and Michael B. Marois Sept. 29 (Bloomberg) — A California commission created by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger proposed lowering taxes on top earners, repealing sales taxes and replacing the corporate profits tax with a new levy pegged to … Continue reading

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California Home Loans on the Watch for Predators

ruby.gonzales@sgvn.com(562) 698-0955, ext. 3026 Unable to cope with mortgage payments, many homeowners turn to companies, consultants and lawyers who promise to reduce loan rates and save their homes. But an increasing number get fleeced instead. “You have many financially distressed … Continue reading

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California Home Loans Studying Job Analysis

By such measures as unemployment, foreclosure rates and median home prices, few states have been as dramatically affected by the worst recession in modern times than California. And few parts of the state have taken as hard a blow in … Continue reading

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California Home Loans Support Veterans Day Welcome Home

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) – Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joined Assemblymember Paul Cook (R-Yucca Valley) Friday at the Twentynine Palms Marine Base to sign AB 717 which establishes an annual “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” on March 30th. “Our Vietnam veterans fought for … Continue reading

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California Home Loans Hook Up 31% Fed Discount

If your income slumped along with the economy, you’ve got plenty of company these days. So much so that the government has a program meant to help you out by cutting your mortgage payments to 31% of your gross income. … Continue reading

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