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by Gus Gatling
2 years ago
There is More to Your Home Mortgage Refinance than the Interest Rate

Exploring the lesser known benefits of refinancing your mortgage.

Business & Money
by Cory Stophlet
2 years ago
How to Manage and Pay of Your Mortgage Debt: Part 2 of 2

Make additional payments, in other words add additional money beyond your base monthly mortgage payment. You can greatly reduce the duration of the loan, the amount of the interest owed on the original loan while quickly increasing your equity in your home. Any additional money you add to your monthly mortgage payment will be applied by the bank directly toward the principle debt (original loan debt). By adding an additional $25 to your monthly mortgage payment for six months, then continuing to add an additional $25 dollar increments for every six months, you can pay off a 30 year mortgage in as little as 15-years.

Business & Money
by Cory Stophlet
2 years ago
How to Manage and Pay of Your Mortgage Debt: Part 1 of 2

I'm sure you have heard this before, but - for most people, regardless of where you live, a home mortgage is usually the most significant financial burden you will deal with in life; sometimes multiple times in life. Yes, I know myself that university debts can be quite hefty, yet they usually come nowhere near that of a home mortgage. And yes, some of us may have serious medical debts that can rival those of a home mortgage. Still, a home mortgage is the traditional massive debt the majority of the world's populations have in common. Even with the other cases, the debt management discussion in this article is relevant to managing any loans.

Business & Money
by drorange0
3 years ago
Foreclosure Laws In The US

The process of foreclosure could be different in different places. It mainly depends on the fact whether the state concerned uses mortgages or deeds. In case of mortgages, the thing is judicial procedures are involved for the enactment of the rights of the mortgaged proper against the loan given by the lender.

Business & Money
by John Crew
3 years ago
How I'm Paying Off My Mortgage In Two Years

This is my personal plan on how to pay off my mortgage in two years. I've included numbers to show you how!

Business & Money
by mjpyro
3 years ago
Buying Your First Home: The Basics of Securing a Mortgage and Tax Implications

Whether you are selling your existing home, or in the market to buy your first home, there are tax implications you should be aware of so you are not caught off-guard later.

Business & Money
by Sam Jones
3 years ago
Working out Fortnightly Repayments Without a Mortgage Calculator

In this article for people who need to work out their bi-weekly mortgage repayments but dont have access to a mortgage calculator we provide some guidance on how to do it

Business & Money
by Sam Jones
3 years ago
Seven Myths About Shared Ownership

In this article we look at shared ownership schemes for homes in the UK and dispell some of the myths surrounding them

Business & Money
by Sam Jones
4 years ago
What to Consider When Buying a Mortgage With a High Loan-to-Value

Here we detail the things that people need to know when considering taking out a very high percentge loan to value mortgage of 95% or higher

Business & Money
by CaptainWilson
4 years ago
How Much Money Do You Actually Need To Own A Home

Before you own a home you may be surprised to find out all the "other" hidden costs associated with buying a new home. In the following article I will show the actual amount of money you will need to own a home and help decide where your savings will ultimately go.

Business & Money
by REDizon
4 years ago
Debunking the Mortgage Interest Deduction Benefit

Within the last 2 months, I made the initial painful decision to write 2 six figure $ checks to pay off my second mortgages I had both in my primary and secondary residences. You see.about 10 years ago, I fell into the lovely lull that sounded like this."you should take out as much mortgage as you can so you can really leverage your money. Anyways, the interest is tax deductible."

Business & Money
by goingforbroke
4 years ago
Apartments for Rent in Hartsville Tennessee

Are you looking for Apartments for rent in Hartsville, Tennessee? Here is a quick guide with details and contact information for newcomers to the region.

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by flippomendes
4 years ago
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The Secret to Prequalify For a Mortgage

When you apply to prequalify for a mortgage, the lender will always check your credit, or FICO, score.

Business & Money
by RedPanda
5 years ago
Why Buying a House is a BAD Idea

Buying a house is a great investment...Well, that's what they WANT you to believe anyway. Who are 'they'? Brokers, bankers, investors and anybody else who got rich quick because they've convinced you that buying a house is a great idea. Here's what they're not telling you.

Business & Money
by JL_Tuso
5 years ago
Know the Hidden Home Ownership Costs Before Buying a House

There's more to paying for a home than the mortgage payment. Hidden home ownership costs such as, Property taxes, insurance and unexpected maintenance costs can turn a dream home into a financial disaster.

Business & Money
by GregtheWriter
5 years ago
When is it Worth it to Refinance?

When you are considering if is it worth it to refinance, there are several variables that will determine the best outcome for yours situation, including debt, how long you plan on living in your home, how much your home is worth, home repairs, and more. The goal of refinancing your mortgage is to lower the monthly payment.

Business & Money
by DonnaCosmato
5 years ago
How Much House Do I Qualify For?

How much house do I qualify for? Depending on how well you do your financial due diligence, the answer to that question may be a pleasant surprise, as you may qualify for more than you thought possible. Here's what you need to do and know to make sure you qualify for the largest realistic amount for your mortgage.

Business & Money
by Lynn Parks
5 years ago
Tips on How to Save Your Home From Foreclosure

Are you asking yourself “How can I save my home from foreclosure?” Chances are there are some tips here that can help you answer that question.  The process to put your home into foreclosure can begin almost immediately after a missed mortgage payment. Approximately 15 days after your...

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by ninabillian
5 years ago
Why Customizing A New Home Is A Better Choice

If you are thinking of building a new home, you should consider a reliable home builder who can help you attain your goal.

Business & Money
by Ciri
6 years ago
When Buying a Home Mortgage-Beware the Mortgage Interest

Very few sensible people will not resent the idea of handling over large sums of money monthly in form of rent. Even if the very idea of buying a home mortgage makes you scared, the fact is, over the long-term, building equity in your own house is far smarter...

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