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What is Loan-to-Value (LTV)?

04th June 2013
If you have ever shopped for a home loan, you probably have heard the term LTV, which is an acronym for loan-to-value. LTV is a major consideration for mortgage lenders because it is directly related to the risk of loss if they give you a loan and you sto... Read >
Author: M Robert 2011

INVESTING IN REAL-ESTATE How to Analyze an Income Property Cash Flow

24th September 2010
It is said that more millionaires have been created through real-estate that any other investment. Although this is no doubt true, Ive seen many examples of how real-estate investing can just as easily cause financial hardship. In this article well look... Read >
Author: Jeremy123

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

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Different Types Of Houses

30th April 2010
There are many types of residential philippine real estate available in the market today. These include the typical house, townhouses, and condominiums. Each type of housing has their advantages and disadvantages over the other. This is the reason why Fil... Read >
Author: Deirdre

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Owner Occupancy And Tenancy

30th April 2010
Housing tenure is a term used in residential real estate to define a type of ownership an individual or group has on a type of housing. On today's market, there has been many forms of housing tenure, from housing cooperative to condominiums and public hou... Read >
Author: Deirdre

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

Learning About FHA Streamline Refinance

16th February 2009
If you presently have a FHA mortgage, you could be eligible for a streamline refinance and benefit from current low home loan interest rates. The term "Streamline" simply means there is little paperwork to supply the lender. As a result, it permits the ho... Read >
Author: Frank

Pros and Cons of Investing in HUD Homes

20th April 2007
Whether you are currently a real estate investor or if you are looking for a bargain property to live in or to start your investment portfolio, HUD foreclosures are probably something that you have considered. What are HUD Homes? HUD homes are houses t... Read >
Author: David Fisher
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