Why seniors should consider a reverse mortgage



The reverse mortgage deserves closer scrutiny. It’s usefulness for seniors has improved recently due to mandatory education, tighter eligibility requirements and new legislation that prioritizes applicant’s right to stay in their home

61% of Americans expect house prices to rise in the next 12 months



Homeowner confidence appears to be at its strongest in years, with 61 percent of U.S. adults stating their belief that home prices will increase in the next year.

Accelerated Mortgage Payoff – Save $10s of Thousands and Own It Sooner



Others are saving college tuition for children, for their own retirement, or untold other worthy financial goals. One that is often over looked is accelerating the payoff of their number one asset

Loonie for Canadian Real Estate Heres Why



Most of the U.S. residential real estate market has been and will continue to see low inventory, higher prices, and more competition among buyers going forward. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a primary residence or an investment property, opportunities are rare and becoming rarer.

UK Proposal for Public Foreign Ownership Register



According to an article in natlawreview.com, the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has put forward a proposal for a public register showing beneficial ownership of foreign entities or companies that buy or who already own property in the UK.

UK Set to Strengthen Investment and Trade Links with Middle East



According to an article in World Property Journal.com, a delegation of UK developers and investors is due to visit the Middle East, attending events designed to reinforce trade links between the two regions. Last year investment from the Middle East into the UK reached AED 15.1 billion.

Developers hedging their bets on ‘tiny apartments’ for 20-somethings



Builders are betting on the appeal of so-called “Tiny Apartments” among the twenty-something crowd, and have begun ramping up construction of the smaller studio apartments

BrickVest Report Shows UK Commercial Real Estate Still Preferred



An article in property reporter.co.uk reveals that the latest report from BrickVest has shown commercial real estate in the UK is still sought after, in spite of a small fall in popularity since Brexit.

Is a No Closing Cost Mortgage for You?



Buying a no closing cost mortgage isn’t necessarily a bad thing – as long as you understand how you’ll be paying those costs. To start with, a no closing cost mortgage doesn’t mean you won’t pay the costs associated with taking out the loan. When you take out a mortgage, there are costs that need to be paid

Mortgage Brokers Anticipate Business Growth for Balance of 2017



A just released survey of 200 mortgage lending professionals found the vast majority of lenders (94 percent, up from 62 percent last year) expect an increase in mortgage purchase production.

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