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Structured Settlements and Re-Factored Annuities – Too Risky?

31st October 2012
In an earlier post, we talked about the primary and secondary structured settlement markets and how they work. Now, let’s explore an emerging trend in the structured settlement industry. There’s a new use for structured settlements from the secondary m... Read >
Author: strategiccapital

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

Documents needed to claim HRA exemption on house for rent Bangalore?

19th June 2010
House for rent Bangalore * Rent receipts * Rental agreement HRA and Home Loan Many people get even more confused when it comes to HRA and home loan together. But it is quite simple, really. In a nutshell: There is no restriction in the Income Tax... Read >
Author: mainstaygroup

Foreclosure of a Land Sale Contract

04th December 2009
A number of homeowners exist in a kind of legal limbo between being renters and having a mortgage. They are not renting under a lease agreement, but they have not bought the property and obtained a mortgage. As well, they do not own the home they are livi... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

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

Weslend Financial Services - An Introduction to mortgage

02nd November 2007
The word mortgage derives from French word, "mort" meaning "agreement until death". In simple words, a mortgage loan is where you use property (real or personal) as bond to pay back your debt to the creditor. In most situations, mortgages are associated w... Read >
Author: Craig Vanlaningham
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