Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC]Compradores bumerán regresando con vigor [INFOGRAFíA]

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • What is a Boomerang Buyer? A former homeowner who has gone thru a “short sale”, “foreclosure” or “bankruptcy” in the past few years and has been saving for a down payment in preparation of the expiration of the waiting period, in order to qualify once again for a mortgage.
  • According to NAR: Up to 1 Million consumers have already restored their credit and qualify to buy now.
  • 2.2 million consumers will return to credit worthy status within the next 5 years.

Algunos aspectos sobresalientes:

  • ¿Qué es un comprador bumerán? Un antiguo propietario de casa que atravesó por una ‘venta por menos de la deuda’ una ‘ejecución hipotecaria’ o una ‘bancarrota’ en los últimos años y ha estado ahorrando la cuota inicial en preparación para la finalización del periodo de espera, para calificar de nuevo para una hipoteca.
  • Según NAR: Hasta 1 millón de consumidores ya han restaurado su crédito y califican para comprar ahora.
  • 2 millones de consumidores cumplirán con los requisitos para una hipoteca en los próximos 5 años.

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC]Compradores bumerán regresando con vigor [INFOGRAFíA]

Some Highlights: What is a Boomerang Buyer? A former homeowner who has gone thru a “short sale”, “foreclosure” or “bankruptcy” in the past few years and has been saving for a down payment in preparation of the expiration of the waiting period, in order to qualify once again for a mortgage. According to NAR: Up to ...

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Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC]Compradores bumerán regresando con vigor [INFOGRAFíA]

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC] | Simplifying The Market

Some Highlights:

  • What is a Boomerang Buyer? A former homeowner who has gone thru a “short sale”, “foreclosure” or “bankruptcy” in the past few years and has been saving for a down payment in preparation of the expiration of the waiting period, in order to qualify once again for a mortgage.
  • According to NAR: Up to 1 Million consumers have already restored their credit and qualify to buy now.
  • 2.2 million consumers will return to credit worthy status within the next 5 years.

Algunos aspectos sobresalientes:

  • ¿Qué es un comprador bumerán? Un antiguo propietario de casa que atravesó por una ‘venta por menos de la deuda’ una ‘ejecución hipotecaria’ o una ‘bancarrota’ en los últimos años y ha estado ahorrando la cuota inicial en preparación para la finalización del periodo de espera, para calificar de nuevo para una hipoteca.
  • Según NAR: Hasta 1 millón de consumidores ya han restaurado su crédito y califican para comprar ahora.
  • 2 millones de consumidores cumplirán con los requisitos para una hipoteca en los próximos 5 años.

Boomerang Buyers Coming Back in Force [INFOGRAPHIC]Compradores bumerán regresando con vigor [INFOGRAFíA]

Some Highlights: What is a Boomerang Buyer? A former homeowner who has gone thru a “short sale”, “foreclosure” or “bankruptcy” in the past few years and has been saving for a down payment in preparation of the expiration of the waiting period, in order to qualify once again for a mortgage. According to NAR: Up to ...

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