Mortgage

Mortgage

How to Profit by Assigning “Subject To” Purchase Options to Mortgage-Challenged Buyers

For those looking to get into real estate investing in today’s market, there is a unique way to profit without needing cash or credit, and without the risks or headaches of owning rental properties. In this article, I will show you how you can place unsellable homes under contract subject to the existing mortgage, and […]

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Consolidate Federal Student Loans – Separate Government From Private Loans

When deciding to get a program or service that will help consolidate federal student loans, prospective borrowers must try to first learn about important facts and data on college debts. First and foremost, a borrower should realize that there are two types of student debts, and these two are the government student loans and the […]

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6 Steps You Should Take After Mortgage Loan Rejection

Loan rejection often exasperates home owners. There are a number of factors that lead to online mortgage loan application rejection. It’s quite common among borrowers who apply for a mortgage loan. However, what you need to remember is that rejection is not the end of your dreams. You should always re-attempt the process when you’re […]

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Why NOT to Buy a Foreclosure

In today’s topsy-turvey real estate market, it seems that there are always a handful of agents and realtors that “insist” that buying foreclosure are a great bargain and everyone should have at least 4-5 of them. Well, to tell you the truth, some of what they are saying is truth but much is a fabrication […]

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Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) – the Mortgage Industry’s Dirty Little Secret

Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) has long been touted as a benefit that allows borrowers to purchase property with less than a 20% down. But who is the real beneficiary of PMI? We are told that PMI insurance pays the lender if we default on our mortgage. While true, it doesn’t tell the whole story. There’s a […]

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Save Money To Pay Off Debt

When times are good, it’s easy to fall into the credit trap and build up more debt that has to be paid off. But, whether it’s your everyday living expenses, your car or your home, there are ways you can conserve cash and save money for retirement, regardless of how far in the future your […]

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