Monthly Archives: November 2009

California Needs Reboot Says Carly Fiorina

When Carly Fiorina sat down to speak with me recently, I was briefly taken aback. The former CEO of Hewlett Packard and current candidate for U.S. Senate from California was sporting a close-cropped, salt-and-pepper hairdo. Having completed six months of … Continue reading

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When Carly Fiorina sat down to speak with me recently, I was briefly taken aback. The former CEO of Hewlett Packard and current candidate for U.S. Senate from California was sporting a close-cropped, salt-and-pepper hairdo. Having completed six months of … Continue reading

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Get Ready for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Rates

Each November, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the nation’s largest investors in home loans, announce the maximum loan amounts that they will accept for the coming calendar year. This limit is called the conforming limit and is traditionally based on … Continue reading

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California Home Owners Upside Down 1 in 4

http://www.walletpop.com/blog/2009/11/27/got-that-sinking-feeling-1-in-4-mortgages-now-underwater/ Is America the next Atlantis? It isn’t as absurd as it sounds considering the rate at which new homeowners are finding themselves with property worth less than the mortgage financing it. According to a newly released report from First … Continue reading

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Calpers Discussing New Directions

Calpers reviews real estate investment advisers * Calpers to inform advisers on their status in Jan * Pension found hedge fund advisers’ contracts lapsed * BlackRock shares up 0.4 percent (Adds NEW YORK dateline; adds detail about real estate review, … Continue reading

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