With falling profit margins for conventionally funded mortgages (partly due to allowable capped mortgage fees), fewer mortgage professionals may be willing to work on conventional loans.
It's much easier for a
TRID is The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's "Know Before You Owe" TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure form.
Any time new paperwork is added to mortgage and real estate closings, it takes some time
The #1 location that supports the highest property values is adjacent to a large body of water, such as an ocean, lake, river, stream, or wetlands region.
Ironically, water can also
Population trends, job growth, and access to capital are three of the primary catalysts for any type of boom or bust housing cycle. Money and jobs attract people. People need
Investors who focus on higher-priced, affluent regions may find themselves competing with wealthy (foreign and U.S.) investors and multi-billion dollar hedge funds.
Investors who target properties at or below median price
Whenever you purchase, finance, refinance, or sell real estate, title insurance is required.
The difference between a good, clean title insurance policy and an imperfect title policy may be the difference
One of the best ways to profit from investing in real estate is to buy an older home surrounded by larger and newer homes. It's called "The Principle of Progression."
In recent years, dramatically falling interest rates, housing inventory, vacancy rates, and cap rates have lead to rising residential and commercial values because they're inverse to one another--like a see
In real estate investing, time is money. Sellers are more likely to sell to the buyer who can fund and close the fastest and easiest.
Investors who can fund the quickest