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What is a 4506-T Used For?

14th April 2010
In the good old days of the housing boom, many lenders simply took a mortgage applicant's word concerning annual earnings. After the economy turned south it as discovered that many of the defaulting borrowers had grossly overestimated their salaries to qu... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

New Fannie Mae Rules for Condo Owners

25th January 2010
If you own a condominium, townhome or a unit in a Planned Unit Development (PUD), Fannie Mae has announced a new rule that will directly affect you concerning your insurance coverage. In the case of single family detached residences, a basic insurance p... Read >
Author: Mick Bernard

What is Fannie Mae up to regarding Condominiums.

18th September 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Christian Amstadter Now that the Holiday weekend is over it is time to get back to work. Nothing is better than keeping up on economic updates to start you off on the right foot. When was the last time someone you know bought a NE... Read >
Author: Christian Amstadter

GMAC Loan Modification - GMAC Gives You Another Chance

11th September 2009
If financial hardship has made your GMAC Loan Modification almost impossible to pay, you might qualify for a GMAC Loan Modification. This gives you another chance at home ownership. When you signed your home mortgage, things may have been good. You had... Read >
Author: Wes Kennedy

Chase Bank Home Loan Modifications - Facts for the Consumer

31st July 2009
If you are one of a rising number of folk facing extreme money difficulties and striving to make your monthly home loan payments, you could be relieved to hear that foreclosure isn't your only option. A loan modification plan is a feasible probability, de... Read >
Author: Jennifer Hayes

GUESS WHO'S MAKING MONEY ON THE RECESSION

28th July 2009
During every great depression, or recession there is a modest risk taking investor in each sector of business, that has sharpened his skills for at least ten years before that depression or recession takes place and absolutely dominates and manifest resul... Read >
Author: BradfordB

How Conventional Loans Work

12th June 2009
How Conventional Loans Work by Somerset Mortgage Lenders: "The Brains, The Courage and The Heart to Make Your Dreams Come True" A conventional loan is essentially any type of lender agreement that is not fully protected by the FHA (the Federal Housing... Read >
Author: someretmortgagelenders

Market Solutions for Preventing the Next Housing Bubble

05th June 2009
There is one potential market-based solution that would require no government regulation or intervention that would prevent future bubbles from being created with borrowed capital: change the method of appraisal for residential real estate from valuations... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

How does Jumbo mortgage work

25th April 2008
A Jumbo Mortgage is a mortgage with a loan amount above conventional loan limits. Jumbo mortgages are used to purchase high-priced homes that require larger than normal loans. A jumbo mortgage is nearly always considered a non-conforming loan because it... Read >
Author: ClaireJohnson
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