Buying a Home after Foreclosure

Since the housing crash credit conditions have tightened, and anyone who went through foreclosure might well think they have no chance of ever owning a home again. However an article in aol.com points out that this needn’t be the case and there’s quite a lot that can be done to help improve your homeownership prospects.

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How Hard Money Lenders Value Real Estate

Overall, hard money lenders generally value real estate in the same ways as investors and other real estate professionals. As an investor, you should know your local market inside out. You should instinctively have a good idea of the property value after a brief inspection. What’s different for hard money lenders is they typically lend

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Young Adults See Nothing Wrong In Living At Home

A recent survey by Coldwell Banker found young adults between 18 and 34 think it’s perfectly okay to live with their parents for up to five years after finishing college. Apparently this is largely down to the state of the economy, as today’s young adults are less likely to find jobs that will enable them to leave home.

Canada’s Home Capital Group Taking Customers from Banks

The Home Capital Group is taking business from larger Canadian lenders including Toronto Dominion Bank and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, as these lenders are backing away from the non-prime mortgage market that’s currently worth in excess $200 billion.

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