My Bachman Associate Partner Joe has photography skills and talent that I didn’t even know about. See his work and a few of our newest opportunities here at http://www.facebook.com/ILoveLaVeta
Come see it for yourself soon.
We are pleased to have recently written the Purchase Contract on the Fuller Western J-J Ranch just east of La Veta. Another exceptional country home property. Beautiful southwestern style including kivas and vigas with latilla ceilings.
Lucy’s Trailer Park…sunday 4pm…Willson & McKee with Brenda Hunter. We are looking forward to this one…bring a chair…try to sit in the back, we are gonna be smokin’…well OK not everyone in the back.
CHUCK PYLE back at UPTOP GHOST TOWN ’cause he loves the folks from La Veta area and throughout the Cuchara and Huerfano Valley regions.
Deb and Sam have hosted another great performance at UPTOP last evening. We enjoyed a wonderful night with both old and new friends. Chuck Pyle was fabulous with connection to the audience thru his own song writing tunes. Get on Deb’s email list for upcoming shows. Rifters performing in late summer I believe. For authentic original western ballads and crooning, Check out www.chuckpyle.com
Tell him La Veta sent you and ask him to come back soon.
Window of Opportunity? Some Banks Ease Up
Daily Real Estate News | Friday, June 29, 2012
The housing industry has blamed banks’ tight mortgage standards as preventing many potential buyers from being able to purchase a home. But a new survey by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency shows that more banks are finally easing up on their standards, which may open the doors for more buyers to qualify for a mortgage.
About a quarter of the banks reported tighter underwriting standards for home loans, which is down from 40 percent last year, according to the survey of 87 of the largest banks. Ten percent of the banks surveyed say they’ve eased their standards on mortgages, compared to only 8 percent who said that last year.
"This year's survey showed the continued normal progression toward stable or easing underwriting standards as the economic environment stabilizes," says John Lyons, chief national bank examiner at the OCC. "Examiners will be focusing on underwriting standards as banks ease standards to improve margins and compete for limited good loans."
Source: “Fewer Banks Tighten Mortgage Underwriting Standards,” HousingWire (June 28, 2012