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TOP 10 TIPS WHEN CONSIDERING A MORTGAGE

TOP 10 TIPS WHEN CONSIDERING A MORTGAGE

The clock is ticking for buyers and homeowners who want to grab a low mortgage rate in 2014. But if you stay on top of your game, keep your finances in order and act quickly, you can still grab attractive mortgage deals. These 10 mortgage tips can help you with your mortgage decisions. 1. Document […]

So you want to buy a fixer-upper

So you want to buy a fixer-upper

By Adam Verwymeren Buying a fixer-upper can be a great way to get a deal on a property, especially if you’ve got some DIY skills. But many purchasers quickly find themselves in over their heads. Here are some tips on how to land a fixer-upper, but avoid a DIY nightmare. Paying For It Buying a […]

5 Mortgage Tips for Home Buyers

5 Mortgage Tips for Home Buyers

Bankrate.com offers some tips for your home buyers on securing a mortgage, getting the best rate, and more. Be prepared to document your finances. Buyers should be prepared for extra review by lenders when underwriting mortgages due to new mortgage regulations that took effect in January, particularly in proving borrowers’ ability to repay their loans. Borrowers […]

U.S. Commercial Real Estate Improving, Pace Moderating

U.S. Commercial Real Estate Improving, Pace Moderating

By WPC Staff   Commercial real estate markets in the U.S. continue to improve but at a slower pace, as companies remain hesitant to add new space, according to the National Association of Realtors. “Office demand is expected to see only slow and gradual improvement,” Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist said in the report. “Demand […]

How to repair my credit and improve my FICO credit score

How to repair my credit and improve my FICO credit score

  It’s important to note that repairing bad credit is a bit like losing weight: It takes time and there is no quick way to fix a credit score. In fact, out of all of the ways to improve a credit score, quick-fix efforts are the most likely to backfire, so beware of any advice […]

How to Find Fixer Uppers

How to Find Fixer Uppers

By Ray Cole, eHow Contributor   Real estate investing can offer opportunities that enable small or large-scale operators to acquire, develop, rent or sell fixer-upper homes. To locate distressed properties, you may need to review many houses before making a decision. However, it is possible to locate fixer-uppers within most geographic markets. Houses that have […]

How To Seek New Home Construction Company

How To Seek New Home Construction Company

    You must seek a trained and accredited home builder Nashville homeowners recommend all of the time. Paul Roman is a well-known author who concentrates on home construction, tools, and building projects. Wix website builder stands tall amidst the ever-growing number of similar services. This ensures that the entrance of the car levels perfectly […]

How to Calculate Positive Cash Flow on a Real Estate Investment

How to Calculate Positive Cash Flow on a Real Estate Investment

by Solomon Poretsky, Demand Media   On its face, calculating a property’s cashflow is relatively simple — you just subtract your annual debt service from your net operating income. This formula isn’t just useful as a tool to understand how your existing investments are performing, though. You can also use it to analyze potential investments […]

How to Develop Commercial Real Estate

How to Develop Commercial Real Estate

by Maluniu, JamesRoberton, BR, Alice Gardiner and 3 others   Developing commercial real estate is a challenging business endeavor that requires not only a significant financial investment, but also a sound understanding of commercial tenants’ requirements, as well as zoning laws and project management. In addition, because developing commercial real estate involves negotiations with local authorities, representatives […]

Be Prepared for Mortgage Rules Changes in 2014

Be Prepared for Mortgage Rules Changes in 2014

By: Michele Lerner The world of mortgage lending has changed significantly since the housing bubble burst. Mortgage lenders have returned to traditional loan standards that require extensive documentation of income and assets for a loan approval. Government regulatory agencies also continue to react to the housing crisis, with more adjustments to mortgage requirements set to go […]

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