Comprehensive Napa Valley Housing Market Overview 01/22/11

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Comprehensive Napa Valley Housing Market Overview 01/22/11

  1. 1. Comprehensive Housing Market Overview January 22, 2011http://stevenwblack.com
  2. 2. background13 years Experience http://stevenwblack.com
  3. 3. background Top-Producing Realtor in Napahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/johnjoh/1060267344/ http://stevenwblack.com
  4. 4. background Been through it personallyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/smswigart/5147001743/ http://stevenwblack.com
  5. 5. background Driven by passion to help other Americans keep their homeshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/bondomania/2636802659/ http://stevenwblack.com
  6. 6. we’re going to talk about Why we’re here Who is a ected How it happens What you can do http://stevenwblack.com
  7. 7. the fine print* Steven W. Black & Associates o ers information on the state of the market and insight into what has worked in the past. Each situation is unique and you are responsible for the use of the information presented. ! Steven W. Black & Associates offers information on the state of the market and insight into what has worked in the past. Each situation is unique and you are responsible for the use of the information presented. http://stevenwblack.com
  8. 8. the fine print* Steven W. Black & Associates o ers information on the state of Don’tmarket are happy to the worry, we o er help specific to your and insight into what has workedafter this presentation situation in the past. Each situation is unique and you are responsible for the use of the information presented. ! Steven W. Black & Associates offers information on the state of the market and insight into what has worked in the past. Each situation is unique and you are responsible for the use of the information presented. http://stevenwblack.com
  9. 9. Why Are We Here?http://www.flickr.com/photos/joao_trindade/4363157652 http://stevenwblack.com
  10. 10. how it SHOULD workChange in financial situationARM AdjustsJob LossInjuryetc. http://stevenwblack.com
  11. 11. how it SHOULD workChange in financial situation Loan ModificationARM Adjusts Priniciple reductionJob Loss RestructuringInjury (interest rate )etc. Enabled by Federal Assistance programs http://stevenwblack.com
  12. 12. how it SHOULD workChange in financial situation Loan Modification one. D DARM Adjusts Priniciple reductionJob Loss RestructuringInjury (interest rate )etc. Enabled by Federal Assistance programs http://stevenwblack.com
  13. 13. Loan Modification Programs http://stevenwblack.com
  14. 14. loan modification programs SMD Streamlined Modification Process http://stevenwblack.com
  15. 15. loan modification programs Indy Mac Plan http://stevenwblack.com
  16. 16. loan modification programs Fannie Mae / Freddie Mac Plan http://stevenwblack.com
  17. 17. loan modification programs Hope for Homeowners Plan (HUD/FHA) http://stevenwblack.com
  18. 18. loan modification programs TARP (Troubled Assets Relief Program) http://stevenwblack.com
  19. 19. loan modification programs HAMP (Home A ordable Modification Plan) http://stevenwblack.com
  20. 20. loan modification programs SMD Streamlined Mod Process Indy Mac Plan Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Plan Hope for Homeowners Plan TARP HAMP http://stevenwblack.com
  21. 21. loan modification programs 1 SMD Streamlined Mod Process 2 Indy Mac Plan 3 Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Plan 4 Hope for Homeowners Plan 5 TARP 6 HAMP http://stevenwblack.com
  22. 22. How Did the Major Banks Do in 2009? http://stevenwblack.com
  23. 23. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications in 2009* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  24. 24. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications in 2009 10,000 modifications per state* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  25. 25. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications in 2009 10,000 modifications per state that’s 833 modifications per month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  26. 26. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications in 2009 10,000 modifications per state that’s 833 modifications per month 58 counties in California* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  27. 27. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications in 2009 10,000 modifications per state that’s 833 modifications per month 58 counties in California 172 per county every month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  28. 28. wells fargo * 500,000 modifications ns 2009 in 10,000 modifications a state oper L ib le that’s 833 modifications per month l ig 58 counties f E in California o 6 172 per %county every month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  29. 29. bank of america * 650,000 modifications in 2009* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  30. 30. bank of america * 650,000 modifications in 2009 13,000 modifications per state* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  31. 31. bank of america * 650,000 modifications in 2009 13,000 modifications per state that’s 1083 modifications per month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  32. 32. bank of america * 650,000 modifications in 2009 13,000 modifications per state that’s 1083 modifications per month 58 counties in California* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  33. 33. bank of america * 650,000 modifications in 2009 13,000 modifications per state that’s 1083 modifications per month 58 counties in California 224 per county every month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  34. 34. bank of america * 650,000 modifications ns 2009 in 13,000 modifications a state oper L ib le that’s 1083 modifications per month l ig f 58 countiesE in California o 4 224 per% county every month* Source: Bloomberg News (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=21070001&sid=atfjHz4E3sdc) http://stevenwblack.com
  35. 35. How it Really Works http://stevenwblack.com
  36. 36. how it really worksChange in financial situationARM AdjustsJob LossInjuryetc. http://stevenwblack.com
  37. 37. how it really worksChange in financial situation Loan ModificationARM Adjusts Rarely happensJob Loss ~10% includeInjury principleetc. reduction Where is TARP? Where is HAMP? ... http://stevenwblack.com
  38. 38. how it really worksChange in financial situation Loan Modification Short SaleARM Adjusts Rarely happens Bank drivesJob Loss ~10% include terms of saleInjury principle Multiple O ersetc. reduction Where is TARP? Where is HAMP? ... http://stevenwblack.com
  39. 39. how it really works ree or - e - FFo rreChange in financial situation Loan Modification Short Sale cl c losu su o !!!ARM Adjusts Rarely happens Bank drives !!!Job Loss ~10% include terms of saleInjury principle Multiple O ersetc. reduction Where is TARP? Where is HAMP? ... http://stevenwblack.com
  40. 40. Who is Directly A ected?http://www.flickr.com/photos/billward/4461521050/ http://stevenwblack.com
  41. 41. who is directly a ected?home purchased in the last 13 years http://stevenwblack.com
  42. 42. who is directly a ected?home purchased in the last 13 years that’s back to 1997 http://stevenwblack.com
  43. 43. who is directly a ected? refinanced in the last 13 years that’s back to 1997 http://stevenwblack.com
  44. 44. Who is Indirectly A ected? http://stevenwblack.com
  45. 45. who is indirectly a ected? friends and familyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/srogan/2284111398/ http://stevenwblack.com
  46. 46. who is indirectly a ected? communitieshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/familymwr/4841981088 http://stevenwblack.com
  47. 47. who is indirectly a ected? local businesses schools marriages taxpayers http://stevenwblack.com
  48. 48. who is indirectly a ected? Everyone. http://stevenwblack.com
  49. 49. Who Profits? http://stevenwblack.com
  50. 50. bank profits * $60 $45 In $30 Billions $15 3/08 6/08 9/08 12/08 3/09 6/09 9/09 12/09 $0 3/10 6/10 9/10* Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov) http://stevenwblack.com
  51. 51. bank profits * $60 $45 In $30 Billions $15 3/08 6/08 9/08 12/08 3/09 6/09 9/09 12/09 $0 3/10 6/10 9/10* Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov) http://stevenwblack.com
  52. 52. bank profits * $51 Billion 292% annual increase $60 34% quarterly increase $38 Billion 533% annual increase 124% quarterly increase $45 In $30 Billions $15 3/08 6/08 9/08 12/08 3/09 6/09 9/09 12/09 $0 3/10 6/10 9/10* Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov) http://stevenwblack.com
  53. 53. How it Happens http://stevenwblack.com
  54. 54. pine st. napa $220,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $165,000 ~0.3 AcreRegular Sale $110,000 $55,000 870 ft2Oct 28, 2010 Dec 10, 2010 http://stevenwblack.com
  55. 55. pine st. napa $220,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $165,000 ~0.3 AcreRegular Sale Sold by REO Bank owned $110,000 $55,000 870 ft2 1150 ft2Oct 28, 2010 Dec 10, 2010* Intentionally pulled one of the lowest comps in timeframe closest to close of escrow of affected property http://stevenwblack.com
  56. 56. pine st. napa $220,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $165,000 ~0.3 AcreRegular Sale Sold by REO Bank owned $110,000 $55,000 870 ft2 1150 ft2 $50,100 devaluationOct 28, 2010 Dec 10, 2010 for a house 32% larger in ~5 weeks* Intentionally pulled one of the lowest comps in timeframe closest to close of escrow of affected property http://stevenwblack.com
  57. 57. westwood neighborhood $230,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $172,500 ~0.12 AcreRegular Sale $115,000 $57,500 880 ft2Sept 4, 2009 Sept 18, 2009 http://stevenwblack.com
  58. 58. westwood neighborhood $230,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $172,500 ~0.12 AcreRegular Sale Sold by REO Bank owned $115,000 $57,500 880 ft2 760 ft2Sept 4, 2009 Sept 18, 2009* Intentionally pulled one of the lowest comps in timeframe closest to close of escrow of affected property http://stevenwblack.com
  59. 59. westwood neighborhood $230,000 2 Bedroom 1 Bath $172,500 ~0.12 AcreRegular Sale Sold by REO Bank owned $115,000 $57,500 880 ft2 760 ft2Sept 4, 2009 $81,800 devaluation Sept 18, 2009 in 14 days* Intentionally pulled one of the lowest comps in timeframe closest to close of escrow of affected property http://stevenwblack.com
  60. 60. Ja n 31 , 20 Ap 07 r1 Regular Sale 0, 20 M 07 ay 29 ,2 00 Oc 7 t2 6, 20 07 Oc t3 1, 20 07 N ov 9, 20 07 Ap r4 ,2 00 Ap 8 autumn run neighborhood r2 3, 20 08 M ar 24 ,2 00 M 9 ay 11 ,2 00 9 Ju l2 9, 20 09 M ar 26 ,2 01 0 N ov 12 ,2 01 0 $350,000 $700,000 $1,050,000 $1,400,000http://stevenwblack.com
  61. 61. Ja n 31 , 20 Ap 07 r1 Regular Sale 0, 20 M 07 ay 29 ,2 00 Oc 7 t2 6, 20 07 Oc t3 1, 20 07 N ov 9, 20 07 Ap r4 ,2 00 Ap 8 autumn run neighborhood r2 3, 20 08 M Bank owned ar 24 ,2 00 M 9 ay 11 ,2 00 9 * Ju l2 9, 20 09 * M ar 26 ,2 01 0 N ov 12 ,2 01 0 $350,000 $700,000 $1,050,000 $1,400,000http://stevenwblack.com
  62. 62. autumn run neighborhood $1,400,000 $765,000 devaluation $1,050,000 over 3 years while bank profits are at record highs $700,000 Regular Sale Bank owned $350,000 * * 7 07 7 0 07 07 00 20 07 20 8 08 20 9 00 20 ,2 9 20 00 , 09 0 0, 31 00 20 0 ,2 29 6, 01 1, 01 r1 ,2 9, 20 n ,2 t2 r4 t3 3, ,2 ay ,2Ja Ap 24 ov r2 11 9, Oc Oc 26 Ap M 12 N l2 ar ay Ap ar ov Ju M M M N http://stevenwblack.com
  63. 63. W ill ow be Ca nd pi Ct to . Ul la D Ch lm r. el eb an C W ro ok t. ill ow e C be t. Ca nd C pi to t. Ca la D pi to r. la Li Dr be rt . Ca yD pi r. to Ca la D pi r. to la Li Dr be . rt Ca yD pi r. to autumn run neighborhood la Li Ct be . rt yD Sa r. ge W ay Sa ge W Sa ay ge W ay Sa Ch ge el W eb ay ro ok eC Li t. be rt yD r. 8/2008 through 9/2010 Sa ge W ay $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000http://stevenwblack.com
  64. 64. W ill ow be Ca nd pi Ct to . Ul la D Ch lm r. el eb an C W ro ok t. ill ow e C be t. Ca nd C pi to t. Ca la D pi to r. la Li Dr be rt . Ca yD pi r. to Ca la D pi r. to la Li Dr be . rt Ca yD pi r. to autumn run neighborhood la Li Ct be . rt yD Sa r. ge W ay Sa ge W Sa ay ge W ay Sa Ch ge el W eb ay ro ok eC Li t. be rt yD r. 8/2008 through 9/2010 Sa ge W ay $200,000 $400,000 $600,000 $800,000http://stevenwblack.com
  65. 65. autumn run neighborhood Q1 2008 through Q3 2010 bank profits* home values* Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov) http://stevenwblack.com
  66. 66. autumn run neighborhood Q1 2008 through Q3 2010 $51 Billion 292% annual increase 34% quarterly increase $765,000 devaluation* Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov) http://stevenwblack.com
  67. 67. napa overview As of January 14, 2011 Pre-forclosure 367 Auction 444 Bank Owned 401 Total 1,212* Source: BAREIS http://stevenwblack.com
  68. 68. crime rate According to a study by Woodstock Institute and the Georgia Institute of Technology, a foreclosure rate of 3 percent leads to a 7 percent increase in crime** Source: National Association of Realtors http://stevenwblack.com
  69. 69. What Can You Do? http://stevenwblack.com
  70. 70. what you can do Get Educatedhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yourdon/3405811164/ http://stevenwblack.com
  71. 71. what you can do Being here is a great start! Get Educatedhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yourdon/3405811164/ http://stevenwblack.com
  72. 72. what you can do Get Helphttp://www.flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/4748766022/ http://stevenwblack.com
  73. 73. what you can do * Get Help * Or someone like ushttp://www.flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/4748766022/ http://stevenwblack.com
  74. 74. The Process http://stevenwblack.com
  75. 75. the process http://stevenwblack.com
  76. 76. the process Draft a plan http://stevenwblack.com
  77. 77. the process Real Estate Attorney CPA Realtor Financial Advisor Bankruptcy Attorney http://stevenwblack.com
  78. 78. the processReal Estate Attorney CPA RealtorFinancial AdvisorBankruptcy Attorney http://stevenwblack.com
  79. 79. the processReal Estate Attorney CPA Realtor ExecuteFinancial AdvisorBankruptcy Attorney http://stevenwblack.com
  80. 80. Next Steps http://stevenwblack.com
  81. 81. we are here for you http://stevenwblack.com info@stevenwblack.com @stevenwblack Facebook 1.707.931.4700 http://stevenwblack.com
  82. 82. Questions &Answers http://stevenwblack.com
  83. 83. finishing up We Encourage Sharing You are free to download and distribute this presentation underthe terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial- ShareAlike licenseThat means you can use the information in this presentation fornon-commercial means as long as you share your work under the same license and give credit to Steven W. Black & Associates http://stevenwblack.com

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