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Beautiful day on the backside of Jenkinson Lake Sly Park

The Jenkinson Lake (a.k.a. Sly Park Lake) area is home to many prestigious neighborhoods.  Custom Home lots for sale near Sly Park and Jenkinson Lake are disappearing fast. With the latest Real Estate Market surge, the demand for custom lots in Jenkinson Lake area and even all land for sale in this beautiful area is heating up and prices are rising.


A Brief History


In the mid-1950s the Sly Park Reservoir was finally completed, which would later be refered to as Jenkinson Lake. Built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation as part of California’s Central Valley Project, the reservoir and surrounding recreation lands were officially transferred into EID ownership in late 2003.

The El Dorado Irrigation District, which was was formed on October 5, 1925, acquired the Sly Park Dam and Reservoir, in 2003. In that acquisition they also got all the Jenkinson Lake recreation facilities, Camp Creek Diversion Dam and Tunnel, all the associated pipelines, conduits, tunnels, pumping plants, intake facilities, aqueducts, laterals, water storage and regulatory facilities etc,


Present Day

Today Jenkinson lake and the surrounding are have a number of amenities avalible to the community.
On Saturdays and Sundays you can enjoy kayak and paddle board rentals. Even though this lake is open to recreational activities no need to worry about noise as jetskis and boats with two and four stoke motors are prohibited.
If camping is more what you are looking for then Jenkinson Lake and Sky Park is the place to be. There are many campsites near the water with beach access. There is also the Sly Park Resort wich has accomidations for RV campers such as 30amp hookup. The Sly Park Resort also has a bar&grill and grocery store on site, and of course bathrooms and showers.
If fishing is your passion then Jenkinson Lake is the palce to be. Some the fish commonly found at Jenkinson Lake are: Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Large Mouth Bass.
Jenkinson Lake also offers a level 1-2 hiking trail that follows the shoreline of the lake. The hike is roughly 8 miles and is well shaded. There is even a waterfall to be found that looks stunning in spring.

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Choosing The Right Mortgage Program in Today’s Competitive Sacramento Real Estate Market

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Buying a home in the Sacramento area means choosing the right mortgage program.

Home Buyers in Sacramento frequently ask me “What Type of Mortgage Should I Get?” Especially here in our Competitive Sacramento Real Estate Market, Choosing The Right Mortgage Program  is an important part of the home buying process.

Before you Decide on a Home Loan. There are a few things you should be clear on as a home buyer.

First, just be ready to enter a competition: As a home buyer in today’s Sacramento Home Market, you are one of many, many, well informed and well educated price hunters. And you are all judges in a very complex beauty pageant! Price and value are so important and so critical to today’s Sacramento home buyers, that homes that are priced well and conditioned correctly are attracting multiple offers.  And these Beauty Pageant and Price War winners are going for full or above full asking prices quickly. Buying a home in Sacramento has become very, very competitive  over the last few years.  Even with the recent increase in the number on homes for sale here, we are seeing many, many homes selling for asking or over asking price, within days of being placed on the market-

So, if you see a home and fall in love with the condition, location and price… in nearly every single case, many other buyers will find it and fall in love as well- and the sellers must pick through multiple offers to find the offer that meets their needs and also represents the strongest, most likely offer to be successful and close on time -The next step in for you home purchase is actually deciding who you want on your team. Having the right Lender, the right Agent and  has become critical in this competitive real estate market.

No matter Which Home Loan You Decide to use, it’s best to be clear about certain points-

How long will I live in this house?

What are my five or ten years goals

Do I want to make home improvements?

Do I need cash on hand for other expenses or  other investments?

Do I like to take financial risks?

Do I want to be debt-free?

Getting clear on these basic, fundamental goals. This always seems to make Choosing Your Home Loan much easier-

The next step in choosing a mortgage for you home purchase is actually deciding who you want on your team. Having the right Lender, the right Agent and choosing the right type of home loan has become critical in this competitive real estate market.

So as a home buyer in the , building a winning team of professionals, people who have a winning track record and a track record of success is the most critical thing you can do-

All of these scenarios and choices will need to be considered as you and your mortgage lender Discover Which Loan Program Works Best for you.

Once you choose a lender and provide the Documents Needed for a Home Loan, you will be asked to clarify your goals, your objectives in order to identify the different  types of home loans you qualify for and that meet your needs and goals:

The conventional 30-year fixed loan may not be for you. Consider and compare all the options. There are hundreds of mortgage products out there, so be sure to find the right one for your needs. Before you approach any lenders, figure out your financial strategy.
Now that you have a reasonable picture of your financial philosophy, shop around and evaluate your options. Don’t rush into the first loan offer you get.

If you can afford to take financial risks and have the assets and credit score to back it up, you can get the best deals. Go for mortgage products that allow you to pay the least amount of cash while still satisfying your loan obligation. Consider these:

You can choose a longer loan term, such as 30 years or more. The longer your amortization period, the lower your monthly payments would be, but the more interest you’d pay. If you borrow $100,000 at 8 percent interest over 30 years, you would pay $164,000 in interest along with the principal by the end of the term. Your mortgage payment would be $733 a month. A 15-year mortgage, in contrast, would require a $955 monthly payment.
Skip the down payment and go for an “80-20” loan. A standard loan funds the first 80 percent and a second loan with higher interest rates finances a 20 percent down payment. This option also gets rid of private mortgage insurance, or PMI, which is typically required for homes bought without 20 percent down payments. PMI protects the lender in the event that a borrower defaults on a loan.

Consider an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) if you want to keep some cash or take advantage of a low interest rate. The rate is fixed for the first few years, then begins floating. But be aware of market conditions – if rates rise, so do your payments. This option makes sense for serial relocators, who don’t plan to be in a home for more than five years. A three or five-year ARM lets you make low payments and gets you through the typical mortgage cycle. If rates drop, you can refinance. If rates rise, you can sell.

Interest-only mortgages also let you keep more cash. They do not require principal payments during an initial period, typically three, five or 10 years. After the initial period, borrowers must begin repaying principal over the remaining life of the loan. By comparison, a traditional amortizing loan requires principal and interest payments from day one, with more of the monthly payment going to interest in the early years and to principal in the later years.

Homeowners can lower their monthly payment by 20 percent to 25 percent by skipping principal payments in the early years, but they must be prepared for a big jump in payments when the interest-only period ends. A lower initial monthly payment may also allow you to qualify for a bigger home loan. The downside? When housing prices fall, you could end up owing more on your home than it’s worth.
To qualify, you normally must have good credit or pay a slightly higher fee or interest rate. Balloon payment mortgages are short-term, fixed-rate loans that involve small payments for a certain time period and then one large payment (the balloon payment) for the remainder of the loan.

If you don’t like debt and risk, you may want to stick with conventional loans with fixed rates and shorter terms, making big down payments and extra principal payments whenever possible. If you go with a 30-year mortgage, you could refinance after 10 years. You could get a lower rate and dramatically reduce your principal balance in a shorter period.
Here are more tips for finding the right home loan:

Buying or selling a home in the Sacramento area is a huge project.  Get educated and take your time- interview several professionals in each area where you will need a consultant and advisor- Real Estate Agents and Mortgage Lenders are not all created equal!

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Why Use An Agent When Buying New Construction in Sacramento?

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West Sacramento Certified HAFA Specialist Answers HAFA Questions

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Certified HAFA Specialist Forth Hoyt Explains HAFA Benefits
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What are the HAFA Benefits? Can I Do A HAFA Short Sale?

West Sacramento has become a Short Sale Hotbed… HAFA is making Short Sales Easier!

West Sacramento HAFA Certified Short Sale Specialist and Expert HAFA Short Sale Negotiator Forth Hoyt Explains The Benefits Of HAFA.

A moving, evolving and improving system; HAFA is definitely getting better and better, moving towards becoming the solution it was supposed to be when it was first rolled out.

You see, the HAFA Government Short Sale Program was created in the wake of a Failing HAMP loan modification program that is only providing less than 50% of its applicants with any type of successful modification.

…and of those 40ish% of homeowners that are successful, less than 3% receive any type of principle reduction to their loan -so less than 1 in 100 loan modification applicants get what they need as far as a long term, sustainable solution…

So you can see why the government had to step in and attempt to set up a program that would streamline and systematize the very hard to manage and difficult Short Sale Process.

HAFA is a last-ditch effort to keep homeowners out of foreclosure, after failing a loan modification attempt.

Designed by the Administration and funded by the Treasury, The HAFA Program, which took effect April 5, 2010, provides servicer, seller and Investor( whoever actually owns the note) benefits

When HAFA was first introduced, these servicer, seller and lien holder incentives were touted as being designed to simplify and streamline the use of short sales and deeds-in-lieu of foreclosure. A great deal of hoopla and fanfare over the new program made it sound like the HAFA program was going to be the short sale Garden of Eden.

What a joke-

I personally was talking sellers out of using HAFA because I had several terrible experiences with the program and thought it was not only a waste of time, but nearly guaranteed that the homeowners wold end up with a foreclosure on their credit-

However, in the last several months there have been major changes to the HAFA program and the way it is being administered and currently I have three HAFA short sales that are moving along nicely and look forward to an approved HAFA short sale in just a few days.

What in the World Is HAFA?

What do I need to do to be considered for HAFA? How do I find out if I can do HAFA?
Contact you bank(‘s) or servicer(‘s) immediately and ask if you qualify and/or if your investor(‘s) is/are participating in HAFA.They will tell you that homeowners must be evaluated for HAFA within 30 calendar days of the following:

What Other Government Programs Do You Qualify For? CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY NOW!

Are you in,West Sacramento, Folsom, Granite Bay, El Dorado Hills, Natomas, Roseville, Elk Grove, Mather, Lincoln, Rocklin, or any other Sacramento area? We really are here to help!

More Questions About your Situation? Talk To A Certified West Sacramento Foreclosure Prevention Expert and HAFA Specialist Today!

Contact us Today At Forth Hoyt’s Sacramento Short Sale Center

Or Find if you qualify for your 1st or 2nd Lien Modification Program (2MP) harp

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Forth Hoyt’s Resume


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Forth Hoyt CRS

CDPE, IMSD, Certified HAFA Specialist, SFR, SRES, e-PRO,

PFC, RDCPro, A-REO, Master’s Club Life Member

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Certified Mortgage Resolution Specialist
Certified Home Retention Specialist
Certified Pre-Foreclosure Specialist
Certified Short Sale Specialist


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Brief History


Keller Williams, Folsom, Ca. (KW is the second largest brokerage in our area.)

Team Leader; The Hoyt Group.  2013 top 3% in production for office.


RE/MAX Gold, Granite Bay (RE/MAX Gold is third largest brokerage in our area)

Lead Listing Specialist with Team Conway. Team Conway was the #1 Agent Team with RE/MAX Gold in 2003, 2004 with my assistance- I listed and sold up to 42 listings annually, as a team we did over 250  transactions annually consistently #1 or #2 agent team; RE/MAX Gold.


RE/MAX Gold, Granite Bay

Obtained my real estate agents license in 2001 and began working as lead generator and marketing consultant/coordinator for the Ric Chen. The 2002 yr. #1 listing agent; RE/MAX Gold.

Real Estate and Related Education

Forth Hoyt has become one of the Sacramento area’s premier real estate agents, and a Sacramento short sale and pre-foreclosure specialist. Through his devotion to learning, his work ethic and tenacity and fifteen years of Sacramento area Real Estate Experience and hundreds of transactions, Forth has the knowledge and background to provide you with a winning real estate experience!

CRS, CDPE, IMSD,Certified HAFA Specialist, SFR, SRES, e-PRO,

PFC, RDCPro, A-REO,  Master’s Club Life Member

Dave Ramsey Endorsed Local Provider

Certified Mortgage Resolution Specialist

Certified Home Retention Specialist

Certified Pre-Foreclosure Specialist

Certified Pre-Foreclosure Specialist

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El Dorado Hills and El Dorado County Approved Short Sales Continue To Surge

El Dorado Hills County Approved And Pended along With Closed Short Sales

El Dorado County Approved And Pended Along With Closed Short Sales

Looking For Short Sale Information in El Dorado County?

Need Short Sale Market Stats or Short Sale Market Information For El Dorado Hills? Sacramento Area Multi-Certified Short Sale Specialist Forth Hoyt Shares Short Sale Market Facts for El Dorado County and El Dorado Hills

The Short Sale is becoming a more viable foreclosure option in El Dorado Hills and El Dorado County.  Short Sales are going pending and approved in El Dorado County much much more successfully than in the past. See the graph above and the chart below that illustrate that short sales are going pending and approved much more that in the past.

1 month 1 year
May 10 June 10 % Change June 09 June 10 % Change
For Sale 187 203 8.6% 227 203 -10.6%
Sold 40 46 15% 21 46 119%
Pended 59 98 66.1% 48 98 104.2%

With the short sale being approved, going pending, and actually closing escrow in El Dorado County so much more frequently and consistently, I wondered how they were doing as a foreclosure option in El Dorado Hills? So lets take a look at El Dorado hills short sale information

But first:

The Chart Below shows that El Dorado Hills has an inventory of Active Short Sales that is barely more than 1/4 of the active short sales in El Dorado County, yet Pended and Approved Short Sales and Closed Short Sales that is nearly half of the entire El Dorado County Short Sale Inventory for these categories!

El Dorado Hills Short Sale Market Stats for 6/09 to 6/10

El Dorado Hills Short Sale Market Stats for 6/09 to 6/10

With so much talk about short sales as an option to foreclosure, and with many new Government short sale Programs it’s nice to see they are actually closing and getting short sale approval on more and more short sales.

When you look at the year over year numbers, you can really see that short sales in El Dorado Hills are definitely trending upward and being successfully used as an anti-foreclosure tool in El Dorado Hills

The Chart above and graph below show that, not surprisingly,nearly half of the pended short sales in El Dorado County were short sales that were approved and went pending in El Dorado Hills.

1 month 1 year
May 10 June 10 % Change June 09 June 10 % Change
For Sale 55 68 23.6% 79 68 -13.9%
Sold 12 20 66.7% 5 20 300%
Pended 19 46 142.1% 18 46 155.6%

With so much talk about  giving homeowners foreclosure options, stopping foreclosure and working homeowners to avoid losing their homes, (except for a principle reduction loan modification that makes sense!) you might think that the foreclosure filings such as notice of default and notice of trustee sales in El Dorado Hills And El Dorado County would both be down. NOT THE CASE!  Foreclosure filings for both El Dorado Hills and El Dorado County are both way up, yet the postponement of the El Dorado County Trustee Sale (at the courthouse steps) have just continued…

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Sacramento County home prices turned upward in 2009



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Published: Friday, Jan. 22, 2010 – 12:00 am | Page 6B

New December statistics paint 2009 as the year when

Sacramento County home prices finally ended a dramatic four-year free fall.

Median sales prices for new and existing homes combined rose 0.6 percent in 2009, property researcher MDA DataQuick reported Thursday. The percentage represents a welcome change for thousands of anxious Sacramento County homeowners who saw their values drop 20 percent in 2007 and plunge another 37 percent in 2008.

The newest numbers reveal a 2009 real estate market prodded by government stimulus, more than five months of interest rates below 5 percent and plenty of cheap bank repos in its early months. The year also brought an $8,000 first-time homebuyer federaltax credit and several months of a similar $10,000 state tax credit for buyers of new houses.

Prices for Sacramento County resale homes alone closed at $178,000 for the year, up 2.4 percent from the start of 2009, DataQuick reported. It was a second straight month to beat the previous year – after 41 months of annual losses.

“That’s probably because of the slowdown in (bank repo) sales,” said Bob Bronswick, Roseville-based president and chief operating officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “And if you look at it, our primary market is entry level. There’s been such demand for it, and prices over the asking price. We’ve garnered a lot of multiple offers.”

DataQuick analyst Andrew LePage said Sacramento County sales under $100,000 fell from a year earlier while rising slightly in the $500,000 and $800,000 categories.

The reversal of a long downward trend in prices appeared inside a December report showing that capital-area homeowners closed 40,534 escrows in 2009. The tally was 496 escrows shy of 2008 in Amador, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties, DataQuick reported. While robust for a market pocked with foreclosures, job cuts and anxiety, the annual total was one of the lowest since 1998, DataQuick records show.

“Everything I have in escrow right now is a short sale,” said Roseville-based ReMax real estate agent Jaye Crews. Those are sales, increasingly common in distressed newer neighborhoods, in which banks accept offers below what they’re owed. For Crews, short sales and first-time buyers have largely taken the place of her earlier bread and butter – move-up buyers.

The Sacramento Association of Realtors says one in four December sales in Sacramento County and West Sacramento were short sales. DataQuick said Thursday that 50.6 percent of Sacramento County sales were bank repos. That’s down from 71 percent as 2009 opened.

This continued prevalence of short sales and repos shows that the market – while it’s more stable – is still not normal. Collectively, Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado counties remain mired in 12.4 percent unemployment.

As 2010 begins, almost 12 percent of the four-county region’s mortgages are late, in the foreclosure process or tied to bank-owned homes, according to First American CoreLogic. That’s a sizable increase from 7 percent at the beginning of 2009, when unemployment was 8.7 percent.

DataQuick reported that 3,450 new and existing homes changed hands in December in the eight-county region, beating 3,183 sales in November. December sales normally rise from November.

While prices have largely stabilized in Sacramento County they’re still under pressure in Placer County, where homes are more expensive. Prices in Placer County finished 2009 down 13.6 percent.

“A lot of stuff is still highly discounted in Lincoln Hills,” said Crews. “We’re definitely seeing stability in markets and places where there aren’t a lot of houses for sale. But, boy, in those new-home tracts even six or seven years old. Ouch.”

With so many newer houses being resold, new homes accounted for just 9 percent of capital-area sales in 2009. That’s down from 25 percent market share in the boom that spanned 2002 to 2006.

Many in real estate circles believe 2010 will proceed with less artificial stimulus. The federal tax credit expires at the end of April. And Wednesday, the Federal Home Administration, which insures many first-time buyer loans, announced it will charge higher fees and require higher down payments from buyers with credit scores below 580. At least 40 percent of Sacramento-area loans in 2009 were FHA loans.

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Sacramento homes sales fall by 32 percent for November

Sacramento Real Estate Market Reports

Its easy to understand why; in most cases, you cannot come close to buying a new home for what you could buy a re-sale for here in the Sacramento area.

I have said for a long time that our entry level price range must eventually “bounce” here in our Sacramento housing market in and get back in line with replacement costs. When the supply of repos and short sales slow, the prices must recover to be closer with new construction. I mean it’s almost ridiculous: In some neighborhoods, if someone gave you the lot, paid for the permits and gave you a truckload of lumber, you still couldn’t build a new house as cheap as you could just buy a re-sale home!

Michael Shaw of the Sac Bee wrote a great little piece the other day and I am including it here:

November new-home sales in Sacramento were 32 percent lower than the same month in 2008, according to figures released by California Building Industry Association on Wednesday.

A total of 141 new homes of all types were sold in the four-county region, compared with 181 sales the year before. The average price paid for those homes, however, inched 2.8 percent higher to $329,300.

The association reports home sales figures compiled by analyst Hanley Wood Market Intelligence, which tracks new home communities with more than 10 units.

In the state, the November sales rate at California new-home communities was 4 percent lower than 2008

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Sacramento Short Sales Will Definately Improve in 2010


Sacramento Foreclosure Solution Expert Report

Short Sale Help Is On The Way! BofA Implements The REOTrans Equator Short Sale Process Module.

Sacramento Short Sales are here to stay… and with more and more defaults and homeowners in foreclosure, short sales will become even more and more rampant in Sacramento.


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Short Sale Help

The problems with most Sacramento short sale transactions are the extremely slow communication, processing, negotiating and approval of short sale files.Even though their are several banks that have been really good to work with; Wachovia has been good for a long time, Chase is becoming a breeze; Wells Fargo is getting things lined up, and now even Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are pledging to help the Short Sale Process to become smoother.

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The “writing is on the wall” for 2010 to become the year that servicers, banks, institutions and secondary investors all get their act together to help make the short sale process more mainstream, less painful, confusing and stressful for buyers!

Over the last few years; often times, after Sacramento buyers have written offers on two, three, even four or more short sales without success, they just quit looking at short sales altogether and look for an REO or equity sale…

We will Surely look back at 2010 as the year the game changed… as more and more banks implement systems to make the Short Sale Processmore streamlined, easier to manage and even transparent; more like traditional real estate transactions! Sacramento’s real estate market will see a huge change as Bank of America gets its act together and starts closing short sales faster and more consistently

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The new Equator Short Sale Processing Module  (formerly known as REOtrans) has been launched as the industry’s first short sale processingonline portal. The amount of people I talk to here in the Sacramento area just amazes me; its like one of every three or four people I visit with about their mortgage have a BorA or Countrywide BofA

Although Equator has declined to name the lender, the new Internet based platform, as recently reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, will be used by Bank of America. A representative from BofA recently told the Chronicle that they were using the Equator platform to manage the short sale process. Great news, as Bank America is hands down the WORST bank to deal with on short sale files right now! 

The Short Sale platform will allow everyone involved in the transaction to work together, in real time with access to all documents, processing requests etc. and will be a huge asset in helping to shorten the time frames of short-sale approvals.

As reported in DSNews:

“This is the first time that short sales have been handled through an electronic platform,” said Equator CEOChris Saitta. “With our new system, everyone works together in real time, dramatically improving communication and approval timeliness for our client, its borrowers, vendors, and real estate agents.”

Just think– The short sale process becoming more like traditional real estate!

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If you are a buyer or a homeowner with questions about your options, Contact me today for Sacramento Short Sale Help!

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