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Top 5 Most Overpriced Housing Markets in America

Posted by Debbie Foster // July 13, 2016

Where can one comfortably own a home today? Well the answer is not everywhere. The housing market has rebounded and affordability rates have kept pace with home prices increasing in most cities in America. On the other hand, median income and mortgage rates have remained constant or even declined in many cities. Even so, compared […]


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How to Identify Over-Priced Homes

Posted by Debbie Foster // June 29, 2016

Contrary to what many people may think, homes are not only physical representations of living spaces, they’re emotional attachments that attribute to any person’s lifestyle. While a home meets basic human needs, it’s also become a dominant investment among many individuals today. Due to this, it’s imperative that you ensure that you get value for […]


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Foreclosure Tips

Posted by Debbie Foster // June 22, 2016

“Home Foreclosure” These two words are quite difficult for homeowners. Even while facing tough times no one wants their dream nest to move from their hands. But at times, one has to compromise with unwanted conditions and move forward in life. Foreclosure conditions arise when the mortgage contract is breached from the borrower’s side, and […]


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How To Do a Short Sale

Posted by Debbie Foster // June 8, 2016

Since the global economic recession, there are unfortunately many homeowners that you’ll come across with little or no equity in their house. This means the seller owes as much or more than the amount owed on their mortgage. Under these circumstances, the lender may offer what is called a short sale. This basically means they […]


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Qualifying for a Mortgage Soon After a Loan Modification

Posted by Debbie Foster // May 25, 2016

Financial distress can have far-reaching financial implications on homeowners who are paying their mortgage loans. One of the options of getting out of this challenging situation is by seeking a mortgage modification program to avoid facing a foreclosure and automatic loss of home equity. However, loan modification programs are short- term solutions for people who […]


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A Complete Guide to Loan Modifications

Posted by Debbie Foster // May 18, 2016

Introduction A loan modification can be a great alternative to the foreclosure process but most people don’t really understand how it works. If that includes you then you might not be optimizing your loan modification application to the best of it’s potential, meaning a bank foreclosure becomes a real possibility. Today we’ll help give you […]


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How to Stop a Foreclosure

Posted by Debbie Foster // May 11, 2016

Foreclosures are a difficult prospect for any homeowner to face. They’re often stressful, challenging situations where you may also have many other issues escalating at the same time. However, there are a few ways to stop a foreclosure process and help get you back on track. This article provides some of our top tips on […]


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What Exactly is a Foreclosure?

Posted by Debbie Foster // May 4, 2016

Are you wondering exactly what is a real estate foreclosure? You may have heard of the term but you’re unsure of what it is, how it works or the stages involved. In today’s article we’ll offer a complete guide to real estate foreclosure. In this guide you will learn: ● What exactly is a foreclosure? […]


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Housing Still The Best Investment Tool Of A Lifetime

Posted by Debbie Foster // April 20, 2016

Many people are still wondering whether or not real estate is one of the best investment strategies for long-term wealth building. Is investing in homes still a smart investment for the average individual? Is a home still the best investment of a lifetime for most Americans? If so, why are some pessimists still questioning the rebound […]


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Real Estate Investing As A Business

Posted by Debbie Foster // April 13, 2016

“Investment is most intelligent when most business like” – Warren Buffett If investing is better when conducted most business like, does it mean that more real estate investors ought to be investing in a more businesslike fashion? Should every real estate investor be investing as a business? What does that really mean? What does it look […]


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