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Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Dec 21, 2006, 16:15,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
You sign loan documents and money is funded into escrow. In the case of a construction loan, only a portion of the total loan is released. A: Commercial loans have the added security of an income producing property providing the funds to pay the loan payments.
Jun 1, 2006, 14:51,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
When starting a successful career in real estate, should you start on a part time or full time basis? Here we look at the pros and cons of each.
May 11, 2006, 14:37,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Lcoation, location, location -- the three most important aspects of acquiring real estate.
Mar 20, 2006, 15:17,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Location is of absolute importance to value in real estate, both today and in the future.
Mar 17, 2006, 17:17,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
You should plan to sell or hold onto your property by certain conditions.
Mar 16, 2006, 16:54,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
As a real estate investor, you need to decide how much control you will have in managing your properly.
Mar 3, 2006, 09:13,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
We loaned my wife's brother $60,000 to buy a home. He was supposed to fix it up and pay us back after 2 years. It's 7 years later and we haven't seen a single payment since 1996. Any suggestions?
Mar 3, 2006, 08:54,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
A life estate is a form of interest in a property that allows the person with the life estate
to retain full interest in the property until their death, but vests legal title in another person.
Feb 18, 2006, 22:25,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Some signs to decide an undesirable neighborhood when buying an investment property.
Feb 18, 2006, 22:17,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Consider the following four perspectives hen you buy a investment property.
Jan 28, 2006, 23:39,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
On average, two-thirds of all the real estate for sale is listed with a Realtor. But you also have a wide selection from other sources: such as For Sale by Owners (FSBOs), HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) property, and various other types of foreclosure property.
Jan 16, 2006, 10:42,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Nobody would deny that your purchase of housing should be a prudent investment. However, this may or may not end up being the case.
Aug 26, 2005, 17:29,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Maybe it has something to do with a childhood home we fondly remember. Many of us long for old homes built with solid construction, quality craftsmanship and beautiful details. We wax poetic and wistfully recall the hand carvings, plaster walls and eyebrow dormers of homes we’ve known.
Aug 19, 2005, 13:28,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
In some housing markets, where bidding is aggressive, some would-be buyers are offering to buy without a contingent home inspection. Why would someone do this? Is it a smart thing to do?
Aug 18, 2005, 18:16,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Advertisers are offering information about obtaining money from the Federal Government so that you can live in the house of your dreams for free. What you need to know.
Aug 18, 2005, 17:59,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
When it comes to home buying, the ideal situation would be to find a new home, just as you receive an offer on your existing home. You would then be able to close concurrently and move into your new home a few days prior to closing on your previous home.
Jul 2, 2005, 13:31,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Starting real estate business is not that simple. This article gives you overview of common mistakes to avoid.
Jun 26, 2005, 12:13,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Article about solving problems in Real Estate: There are many areas one can invest in. Since I was 15 years old I have looked for the fastest, most effective way to accumulate a lot of wealth, with the least amount of risk. I am now 58. While looking for this road to truth, I spent a lot of time...
Jun 23, 2005, 11:07,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
The real estate bubble is hot topic today. Looking before and beyond the bubble, real estate author Mark Nash has commented on a wide range of consumer real estate questions and topics. Want the story behind the story or a fresh perspective? Interview Mark Nash
Jun 21, 2005, 15:17,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
Not so, says the author of this article and four real estate books including the recent ?001 Tips for Buying and Selling a Home? The upside of the hype is for real estate consumers and investors. The housing bubble topic has produced real estate market information for new or nervous investors about specific markets. Little reporting on the bubble topic exploits the “sell now?syndrome. The downside of the hype is the occasional real estate industry naysayer (never say never?) who has a financial interest to protect.
Jun 13, 2005, 08:54,
Real Estate : Real Estate Q & A
We know the value of buying and selling real estate wisely, and are therefore carefully researching the area to be ready at a moment's notice to pounce on a deal. I spoke to a courthouse employee several weeks ago regarding foreclosure and tax lien sales. You should probably consult a professional regarding tax lien sales.

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