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    Mortgage Help: What to do if You Need Mortgage Assistance
    According to the U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, 933,045 properties were filed for foreclosure in 2016. The number, while large, actually reflects a 10-year low. Programs from lenders, governmental agencies,...Read More
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    Hard Money Loans 101
    Cash flow is considered the life's blood of business, and real estate investing is a business that is heavily dependent on cash flow. Between the cost of properties themselves and renovations to enhance...Read More
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    What Credit Score is Needed for Refinancing?
    What credit score is ideal for refinancing? The obvious answer is the best one you can achieve. That's because the higher your score, the lower your interest rate and monthly payments are likely to...Read More
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    How Much is a Down Payment on a House?
    For many people, especially those buying their first home, it may seem as if the larger the down payment they can make, the better. But there’s a point where your deposit could be too large given...Read More
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    203k Loan: Rehab Loans Courtesy of the FHA
    Did you know that The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has a loan program that allows homebuyers to purchase fixer-uppers? This FHA-insured option, called a 203k loan, consolidates the price of the...Read More
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    Self Employed Mortgages: Understand the Rules & Qualifications
    If you're self-employed and need a mortgage, you're going to find that a lot of lenders want your business. Despite Internet rumors to the contrary, well-prepared applicants who are self-employed,...Read More
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    How to Shop for a Jumbo Reverse Mortgage
    Also known as private reverse mortgages or proprietary reverse mortgages, a jumbo reverse mortgage loan is a loan that exceeds the maximum allowed by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's...Read More
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    How Does Rent to Own Work?
    Rent-to-own homes can help people who have had credit difficulties get started on the path to home ownership. If you understand what's expected of you and what your options are, a rent-to-own property...Read More
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    Should I Refinance my Home?
    The average U.S. homeowner refinances his or her mortgage every four years. Sometimes it’s to take advantage of lower interest rates, but there are many other reasons to refinance your mortgage....Read More