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HOW TO LOSE MORTGAGE AND ARREARS Which You CAN'T AFFORD TO PAY

22nd January 2013
Is it possible to have a quick house sale when the house still have mortgage? That’s something almost all London property seller are wondering. This query have been brought about by the sluggish house sales which are been encountered in London these day... Read >
Author: Lexordiosa

Four Reasons to Shorten Your Mortgage in 2012

06th November 2012
Even though mortgage rates are lower than they've ever been, homeowners still view their mortgage agreement the same way -- they're always counting down the years and number of remaining payments they have left. This can be viewed as a little absurd, c... Read >
Author: DanielTorelli

5 Questions to Ask Before You Get an Adjustable Rate Mortgage

06th November 2012
If you're considering an adjustable rate mortgage, you probably already know the short-term advantages of this type of loan. But before you actually sign on the dotted line, you need to make sure you're making the right choice. To do that, ask yourself ... Read >
Author: DanielTorelli

Facing Divorce, Need to Sell My House Fast

04th October 2012
The total percent that marriages end up in divorce is actually close to 40% and is closer to what the stream median claims as 50%. A total of 37% of marriages ends up in divorce in the year 2004 and it increased to 1% in 2005. All states in the US are ... Read >
Author: WeBuyHousesFlorida

50 Typical Problems Why I Need To Sell My House Fast

19th September 2012
We experience change everyday and that’s the reason why life is not as easy as it is. Some of these changes can lead me to sell my house fast, not just me though but also to you. Whenever I have to sell your house fast, selling your house to a real es... Read >
Author: WeBuyHousesFlorida

Financing a Second Home, Mortgage Lenders Make the Rules

17th April 2012
Actually FNMA and FHLMC make the rules. The mortgage lenders monitor compliance to insure that the mortgages they make are salable in the secondary market. Any residential real estate that is not the owner’s principal residence is classified as either a s... Read >
Author: Michael Roche

What Is The Difference Between Cash Flow Before Taxes (CFBT) and Cash Flow After Taxes (CFAT)?

10th June 2011
Real estate investors and real estate investing experts generally aim to be aware of cash flow after tax (CFAT) when looking for the profitability of investment property during a real estate analysis since it includes the elements of tax shelter and shows... Read >
Author: James Kobzeff

How Accurate Are Online Mortgage Calculators?

24th May 2011
You can do almost anything online. Almost all the information is available in just a few clicks of your fingertips. This holds true for any estimates or calculations you want for your mortgage needs. You can count on several mortgage calculators. In fact,... Read >
Author: Roby Price

Preparing to Buy A Home in Langley, White Rock and Surrey

09th November 2010
  If you've gone through the process of buying before, chances are you don't know as much about the home buying process as you think you do. Even if you have previously purchased a home, your knowledge could use a little brushing up. Being prepared for b... Read >
Author: Andrew Szalontai

How to Make Him Commit – Make Him Give You His Heart

19th July 2010
How can you make him commit to you? Have you been in a relationship with a special man for way too long and you feel that it is now time to take that next step? What can you do to convince him that it is time? What are the steps that you can take to make ... Read >
Author: Tina Jones

Solar 203K Loan For Your Next Home Purchase

07th July 2010
Chances are you have never heard of a Solar 203K Loan. A 203K Loan is and FHA Program that allows buyers to include property improvements and modernization at time of purchase. While the most obvious reason to do a 203k is to fix possible structural or ro... Read >
Author: solar203kloanu

Debt To Income Ratios For Mortgages

17th June 2010
Debt to Income Ratios, often referred to as "DTI's", are a key calculation used in the refinance, debt consolidation, and purchase mortgage application process. A debt to income ratio is arrived at by dividing your monthly debt payments by your pre-tax in... Read >
Author: Dane Pearson

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

The Equiturn Program

23rd April 2010
A Short Refinance (or short pay refinance), also known as a short payoff, is a transaction where the lender agrees to accept less than the full amount owed. Instead of the property being sold, it is refinanced with a new lender. The short refinance allows... Read >
Author: Octavio Dudley

Nationwide Biweekly Administration Introduces The Interest Minimizer Program

06th April 2010
Our Interest Minimizer Program is one of the Greatest Financial Secrets of Our TimeHow would you like a tool that would allow you to sell more mortgages, to more clients, more often? We have a tool available to do just that! It's called Interest Minimizer... Read >
Author: Nationwide Biweekly Administration
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