Housing Prices on the Rise in Southern California

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[Best Syndication News] Housing Prices increased by 10 percent in Southern California. There still is plenty of foreclosures but there is less of them now, which could be part of the reason for the rise in housing prices. February home sales increased from the previous year and the median price that was paid for a house also went up compared to the year before, according to MDA DataQuick.

In Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, Ventura, San Bernardino and Orange counties there was a total of 15,359 homes sold in February. This stayed almost the same quantity compared to the month of January. The average going back to 1988 is 17,983 homes sold so there still is a lag in housing sale for the area.

Low priced foreclosed properties still are happening but the report says that they are not as big as a year ago.

Home Loan Modifications increased to 45 percent for February 2010

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[Best Syndication News] The United States Treasury along with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced February's data for the number of loan modifications that occurred through the Obama Administration's Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP). There was 170,000 homeowners that were able to gain a permanent loan modification on their mortgages while another 91,800 loan modifications have been approved by servicers and are waiting for the loan borrower's acceptance.

The program has seen over 1.3 million homeowners receiving offers for a trial modification on their existing home mortgage loan. There was 72,000 new trial modifications that started in the month of February.

Toyota Lawsuit filed by California Prosecutors over Neglect to Recall defective Gas Pedal Sooner

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[Best Syndication News] A civil lawsuit was filed against Toyota Motor Corp. today by Orange County California prosecutors on behalf of the people. This lawsuit is accusing Toyota for continuing to sell cars and trucks that they knew had defective acceleration gas pedals.

The prosecutors of the lawsuit intends to prove that Toyota ignored, omitted, and misrepresented evidence that was accumulating over several years about the safety of their vehicles.

This is not the only lawsuit that Toyota has received from the faulty gas pedal defect on many of their car models. It is the first filed under consumer protection laws. The district attorney is seeking damages of $2,500 for every violation of California's unfair business practices laws.

California Government to give out Free Microsoft Certification Training Courses

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[Best Syndication News] Microsoft's Elevate America initiative will be giving the state of California 166,500 vouchers to give away free online training for technology and Microsoft certification programs.

There will be three kinds of vouchers, one is for general e-learning vouchers which teaches how to use either Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Office Suite software. The IT Professional Learning Vouchers are meant to go towards IT professionals that want to get more learning on web development or database management software. Then there is the Microsoft Certification Exam Vouchers which will help you to become certified at no cost for the exam in one of these programs either Microsoft Excel, Word or Outlook.

What to do if you can't get or afford Health Insurance?

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[Best Syndication News] With the threat of individual health insurance plans in California potentially being kicked out of the state for possible non-compliance with the state laws, some people with individual health insurance policies are probably holding their breath in hopes to have reasonably priced health insurance that will still cover them. The question looms in many people's minds how do you get health insurance if you can't afford it or if you have a pre-existing condition. Here are some different ideas to get health insurance or medical care when you have a pre-existing condition.

A divorced lady was sharing her plan to get health insurance coverage on the day-time syndicated television show 'The Doctors.' She has posted her plea for a man to marry that has a good health insurance plan. So far she has received 7,000 marriage proposals. The doctors asked her if she would seriously marry someone just for good health insurance. She said yeah, but at the same time she hasn't agreed to marry anyone yet. She pointed out on the show that if she went to prison she could get the necessary health care and medication. She spends 90 percent of her income paying for her medications and medical care. She is a working person that can't get health insurance, but if she marries she could get covered.

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