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Learn How To Deal With Multiple Offers When Buying A Home A multiple offer situation can develop on almost any property in almost any market. While multiple offers are usually associated with seller's markets, home buyers should be prepared to compete with other buyers in any type of market. Why?...
06/15/2010
An initiative was introduced in the Senate yesterday that would give home buyers attempting to claim the first-time home buyer tax credit an additional three months to close on their homes. In order to claim the tax credit, a potential buyer needed to sign a purchase agreement prior to April 30 a...
06/11/2010
Tips for Avoiding Foreclosure If you're living in fear of foreclosure on your home, there are options available to help you avoid such a disastrous situation. If your problem is only temporary, there are three opportunities for relief: * Reinstatement * Forbearance * Repayment If your problem is ...
06/07/2010
Learn When To Buy and Sell Your Home Buying a home is a just as much an investment as it is a lifestyle choice to own rather than rent. While we all want to buy low and sell high, personal factors may outweigh investment factors when buying and selling your primary residence. But if you have some...
06/07/2010
Learn When To Buy and Sell Your Home Buying a home is a just as much an investment as it is a lifestyle choice to own rather than rent. While we all want to buy low and sell high, personal factors may outweigh investment factors when buying and selling your primary residence. But if you ha...
06/04/2010
Getting a home-equity loan Not knowing if your loan has a pre-payment penalty clause. If you are getting a "NO FEE" home-equity loan, chances are there's a hefty pre-payment penalty included. You'll want to avoid such a loan if you are planning to sell or refinance in the next three to five years...
06/04/2010
Refinancing Your Home Refinancing with your existing lender without shopping around.Your existing lender may not have the best rates and programs. There is a general misconception that it is easier to work with your current lender. In most cases, your current lender will require the same document...
06/04/2010
If you're like most people, purchasing a home is the biggest investment you'll ever make. If you're considering buying a home, you're likely aware of the complexity of the endeavor. Because of the numerous factors to consider when purchasing a home, it's important to prepare as best you can. Some...
06/04/2010
Should I Refinance Into 20 or 25 Year Fixed Rate or 30 Year Mortgage Rate? Do you ever feel that every time you refinance your mortgage that you are starting your 30 years all over again? If so, get off the treadmill and look into a 25 or 20 year fixed rate mortgage when you refinance. Lowest Fix...
06/04/2010
Learn the best reasons to refinance The decision about whether or not to refinance seems relatively straightforward: If you have a high interest rate and current mortgage rates are lower, then getting a lower rate would seem to be a no-brainer. But a number of factors go into the refinancing deci...
06/04/2010
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