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Our head programmer Kevin just helped launch Jeff Manson's new Hawaii real estate site. He was the main programmer that did all the IDX integration. He worked closely with Jeff Manson to assure that the user experience was a good one. The goal was to make sure that the search was fast and efficie...
10/12/2008
National Relocation is proud to announce that you can now List Rental Properties FREE on our site.  If you want to take advantage of this great opportunity to expose your rental properties to 1000's of renters. Just go to our rentals section and you can list houses for rent and Apartments for ren...
09/06/2007
For most people, applying for a mortgage loan ranks right up there with interviewing for a job or calculating that last line on one's tax return. If you're feeling jittery about applying for a loan, keep this in mind: you're in the driver's seat. You're giving the lender your business, not the ot...
04/14/2007
ARMs are debated, berated, ignored and adored. Here's a list of terms to help you become well-armed with an understanding of the basic components of adjustable rate mortgages.Initial Rate - The loan's starting interest rate. Some ARMs have initial rates that change after the first month while oth...
04/14/2007
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What is a point? A point is a loan fee equal to one percent of the loan amount. In "lender language," there are two kinds of points: discount and origination points. A discount point is a loan fee that reduces the loan's interest rate. An origination point is a loan fee that represents the lender...
04/14/2007
While you've placed a substantial sum on the table to purchase your home, your lender will, in most cases, have to put down quite a bit more. That's why your lender requires proof that you're protecting your investment with homeowner's (casualty) insurance.This protects you and your lender agains...
04/14/2007
Before 1994, a long-distance move was one big glorious tax deduction. Most pre-moving expenses were deductible, including everything from meals, house hunting trips and temporary living expenses to the cost of getting out of (and back into) a lease.The picture drastically changed in 1994, and it ...
04/14/2007
National Relocation (www.nationalrelocation.com) is a real estate relocation portal for consumers to find great real estate agents, mortgage brokers, movers & storages, rentals & property managers, home inspectors, insurance agents and other real estate related services. It is a great way for rea...
04/14/2007
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