Crestwood (Louisville, KY)
By Joe Hayden Real Estate Team, Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!
(RE/MAX Properties East)
Excellent location! With quick access to desirable Oldham County Schools, the Summit, the Gene Snyder Freeway and I-71, 9501 Poplar Hill Drive in Crestwood is a great place to call home. Located in the convenient Poplar Hill Subdivision, this home features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, a roomy first-floor master suite, a tastefully finished basement set up for entertaining, plus a great deck and yard with room to roam.  Approaching the home, the broad, relaxing front porch welcomes you in to the family room centered around a gas fireplace. From there, you can stop for a bite in the spacious eat-in-kitchen, step out onto the rear deck and enjoy the view, retire to the master suite, or take care of chores using the first-floor laundry. Upstairs, two generous bedrooms, plus a full bathroom and...
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By Dave Halpern, Louisville Short Sale Expert
(Keller Williams Realty Louisville East (502) 664-7827)
Thousands of short sale Realtors nationwide have experienced the exasperation of banks illogically turning down logical short sale offers. Banks traditionally have pushed valid offers over the cliff with answers such as: “We don’t care. The PMI company will pay us more.” “We don’t care. FHA will make us whole.” “We don’t care. We’re closing the file.” “We don’t care. That’s our policy.” Time and again, banks turn down short sale offers, then spend many months foreclosing, only to resell the house at a greater loss than the short sale offer. Now the woes of the banks are being compounded by the new foreclosure delays resulting from botched paperwork. Will this cause the banks to rethink their short sale processes and policies? We can only hope so.
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By Pat Killeen
(VanDyk Mortgage Corporation)
Mortgage - Debt Loans - Crisis of U.S. Economy 2009 Local expert available to comment on mortgage market crisis How is the national credit crisis affecting your small town or city today?  This is a challenge for you and you are faced with answering questions related to this in some form or fashion.  I've worked in the mortgage industry for 15 years, and I've funded over $70,000,000.00 in loan volumes in my career - and I've seen this market hit many highs and survive some tough lows.Here are some of the questions I know readers are considering, and I would be happy to lend my experience and expertise to help answer them: What is the "meltdown" that I'm reading about in the headlines? "This refers to a culmination of factors that has led to massive tightening in credit standards among le...
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