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Understanding the conveyancing process

27th April 2010
Buying a house without going down the correct conveyancing route may result in the home that the buyer thought they now owned not really belonging to them, and taking months of hard work, hard earned cash and headaches to eventually rectify the problem. H... Read >
Author: JR Robinson

Foreclosure and Lenders' Failure to Follow FHA Preforeclosure Procedures

15th October 2009
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has established requirements that lenders must meet in order to bring a legitimate foreclosure action against homeowners. These rules apply to mortgages that are insured by the Federal Housing Admin... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Second charge mortgage and further advance facts

15th September 2009
A secured loan shouldn't be confused with a mortgage as they are 2 completely different deals, the refinance is switching your existing advance for say a better one and the secured loan is when you take out another loan and have just what the name means -... Read >
Author: Sarkin

80 20 Equity Loans What You Need To Know

11th September 2009
Selecting An 80 20 Home LoanThis is when a borrower takes out a normal mortgage for 80% of the house cost and has a second loan for the outstanding 20%. It also called a "piggy back" loan.So, it can be seen the process is a combination of 2 completely sep... Read >
Author: Freddy Jones

Do You Recognize the Warning Signs of a Lease Option Scam?

27th August 2009
With the current economical downturn, we have all seen a huge number of changes in the way certain businesses run. The real estate business is no exception. Seeing that it is becoming more difficult for people to apply for mortgages due to a poor c... Read >
Author: Wendy Polisi

Is A Mortgage A Good Or Bad Thing?

15th April 2009
Are mortgages simply a trap? Many people have been burned by the real estate market and the corruption in this industry over the past several years. Should you even get a mortgage, or should you fear that if you do you'll face nightmares like foreclosure ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Pros And Cons Of Term Life Insurance Plan

22nd March 2009
Term insurance is also known as term assurance plan that gives coverage for a particular time of period. In this period, the insured person can drop and can renew his policy. If the policy holder dies in this period, his nominee will get the death benefit... Read >
Author: Sarvesh Sharma

Using Produce the Note to Defend Foreclosure and Beat the Bank

14th January 2009
What is "produce the note"? Why is everyone talking about it? Does it apply to me? How can it help to save my home from foreclosure? All these questions will be addressed in this article. What It Is: Produce the note is a defensive strategy that you ca... Read >
Author: Michael Patrick Rooney, Esq., Broker

Police Accommodation: What Are the Problems?

05th July 2007
Nowadays there seems to be an increased demand for police mortgages, i.e. special mortgages for members of the police force. It may come as a surprise to many people to find that the police have a problem with accommodation. Those whose memories go bac... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Mortgage Marketing Tools For Realtor Referral Partnerships

07th June 2007
Mortgage Marketing Ideas That Help With Realtor Referrals When it comes to selling mortgages, you already know that those inbound mortgage calls are way better than the outbound ones, right? You also know that it is difficult to get your business recei... Read >
Author: Professor_x

APR, AER and EAR are terms used in financial advertising. What do they mean?

27th January 2006
Have you ever scanned the acres of financial advertising and wondered what APR, AER and EAR really mean? You'll invariably find one or another of these terms in every advertisement for a lending or savings product. Well you're certainly not alone. The... Read >
Author: michael challiner

What Happens To My Mortgage When I Sell My Home

16th December 2005
You've decided to make the plunge and sell you home. More than a few people have innocently asked me, "What happens to my mortgage when I sell my home?" What Happens to My Mortgage When I sell My Home If you own a home, you undoubtedly are carrying... Read >
Author: Raynor James
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