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Beating the Stress of Buying a Home in Today's Market

06th November 2012
Buying a home -- whether it's your first or you fifth -- is an emotional process. And today, when you throw in things like extra red tape, plummeting property values, skeptical lenders, and counteroffers, it becomes even more stressful. The ultimate k... Read >
Author: DanielTorelli

No Cost Mortgages Help Alaska Homeowners

12th April 2011
Many people feel as though they are being taken "hook, line and sinker" when they are told they can qualify for a "NO COST MORTGAGE LOAN." There are many cases where loan officers try to use jargon of "NO Cost" to entice consumers when really the loan ... Read >
Author: FreeMyDollars2010

Legal Issues In Flipping Houses

21st June 2010
Most people refer to flipping houses as wholesaling houses. It simply means acquiring a property at a lower price and selling it for a higher price to make a profit. Flipping houses involves buying low, then selling high, just like any other business. ... Read >
Author: simon

Principal Reduction Programs Tricks For Victory

27th April 2010
Beginning less than a year ago a organization in Scottsdale, Arizona backed by a $50 Billion hedge fund has started providing underwater home owners a permanent solution to their nightmare of negative equity. Offering a Principal Reduction Program which e... Read >
Author: HowardRonstone33

How to Buy a Multi family 2-4 units owner occupied property with 3.5% down FHA Home Loan

18th March 2010
New Home Buyers should consider buying Owner Occupied Multi Family (2-4 units) with an FHA Loan. For discussion purposes the following suggestions/assumptions are made in this article. The Duplex/Triplex/Four Plex will be owner occupied for primary res... Read >
Author: homesearch

What You Need to Know About FHA Down Payment and Gift Fund Guidelines

15th March 2010
FHA home loans have been around since 1934 and have helped many buyers purchase the home of their dreams. The underwriting guidelines on FHA home loans are much more lenient than on the conventional loans making obtaining financing much more accessible fo... Read >
Author: fha.yourmtglender.com

What Happens when Short Sale Fails to Close

21st January 2010
Short sales are also considered as a win-win situation for both the mortgage lender and the homeowner. The lender will get the highest price in the market value and the borrower's credit will be restored and gets relief from possible further legal ac... Read >
Author: sonnix

Mortgage Loans, Obtaining An Extension To Protect Earnest Money

17th November 2009
When you are buying a home and have made an offer for the home you will have to pay a fee called earnest money. This earnest money may be as little as $500 or $1,000, but in especially active home markets it can range as high as 5% or more of the purchase... Read >
Author: James Kahn

Land Contract Houses in Michigan

07th August 2009
If you want to purchase or sell a real estate house then land contract houses in Michigan is the best option for you. Often states do not have constructive laws for land contract but Michigan has very favorable land contract laws, this is the main reason ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Groupwise inc: Sell your Timeshares Successfully

17th July 2009
The best way to get the maximum return from a timeshare is to use and enjoy it. Having a timeshare can really be a good investment but sometimes when a timeshare is no longer used the best option is to sell it. Before selling your timeshare be certain... Read >
Author: groupwise

Free Low Income Grants - Get Your Share Of Government Money

16th July 2009
If you want to have your own house but you suspect that you can't afford it then you may want to look into low income grants. The first kinds of government grants are available to help low-income families purchase a house are Urban Development Grants. To ... Read >
Author: Efrain Horn

What is a down payment

21st March 2009
The Down Payment A down payment is money that the buyer must pay up front to buy a home. When a person takes out a mortgage the lender or bank in almost all cases will require that the person borrowing the money make a down payment. A down payment is mone... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Should You Consolidate Your Credit Card Bill ?

03rd March 2009
Consolidating your credit card bill may save money by reducing your interest and helping you pay the debt off faster. It will definitely simplify your debts because you'll only have one bill to pay. Despite that, credit card consolidation isn't always a g... Read >
Author: Justin Narin

FHA Streamline Refinance - No Income Verification

05th January 2009
If you have an FHA mortgage, you have something that others don't, that is the opportunity to refinance with no income verification, using an FHA streamline refinance. A mortgage with no income verification seemed to be a thing of the past but, FHA wil... Read >
Author: Rick Smith

Earnest Money Program Offers Down Payment Assistance To First Time Home Buyer

31st May 2006
Many first time home buyers do not have any funds for down payment and closing costs and there are many great first time home buyer programs with zero down payment options and closing costs can be paid by the seller or rolled into the loan. But one of th... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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