Real Estate in Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Claremont and San Bernardino County<

In today's challenging Alta Loma real estate market, selecting the right real estate agent is crucial. It can make all the difference in the world. Whether you're planning on buying, selling, or you just have a question, feel free to call Sharon Eagan. 

With more than 18 years of experience, I have the knowledge and expertise to help with all of your real estate needs. I can assist you in listing and marketing your property for the highest value, buying your very first home, to moving up to your dream home.  In the current market, Short Sales are becoming a large source of the inventory and I am a certified short sale agent.

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4/24/2017 9:58:00 AM

Black Knight released a new report showing home prices increased in February to a new peak. Some states increased to a peak, however others remain a full 20% before previous peaks. The report breaks down the top metros with home price increases and those with the greatest drops.

4/24/2017 9:39:00 AM

Lenders and homebuyers might need to prepare for potential roadblocks in the homebuying process if the government does shutdown after April 28. Yes, lenders handle the main decision of if a borrower gets a loan, but there are key parts of the mortgage process that rely on government workers.

4/24/2017 7:54:00 AM

The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is considering a bill that would force Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to comply with the Freedom of Information Act while under government conservatorship. The Congressional Budget Office released its report on what the bill would costs the GSEs and the FHFA.

4/23/2017 10:00:00 PM

Is Elizabeth Warren running for president in 2020? It’s a question that comes up more and more often since the election of Donald Trump in November, and one with serious implications for banks and other financial institutions. That, and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.

4/21/2017 3:16:00 PM

The servicing issues at Ocwen Financial are allegedly so widespread that some states are placing stricter restrictions on the nonbank, beyond freezing the company’s ability to acquire new mortgage servicing rights and originate new mortgage loans. In fact, in one state, Ocwen has basically been put of out business entirely.