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June 2010 Monthly Archive

June 28, 2010

AZ Refi

Simon Volkov

AZ refi can be a good option for real estate investors and individuals with property located in Arizona. Many property owners are electing to refinance mortgages before interest rates rise. Others enter into cash-out refinancing to obtain funds for home improvements or to pay off outstanding debts.

http://www.simonvolkov.com/az-refi.htmlgives Arizona property owners the opportunity to reduce monthly installments by reducing the rate of interest and extending terms of the note. However, borrowers must be aware of the costs involved with refinancing mortgages. The average cost ranges between $2500 and $6500, but could be more when mortgages contain a prepayment clause.

Real Estate Investing article on "AZ Refi"

June 24, 2010

Florida Mortgage Refinance

Simon Volkov

Homeowners in the Sunshine State often turn to Florida mortgage refinance in order to reduce monthly payments. Although refinance rates can range between 2- and 5-percent of the loan value, obtaining a reduction of 2-percent can substantially reduce the overall cost of home mortgages.

By entering into Florida mortgage refinance, borrowers can sometimes obtain cash back which can be used to pay off credit cards, make home improvements, or pay for college tuition. Florida refi is also a good option for homeowners who own investment properties used for seasonal or long term rentals.

Real Estate Investing article on "Florida Mortgage Refinance"

June 18, 2010

AZ Refinance

Simon Volkov

Many Arizona property owners are turning to AZ refinance to obtain a reduced interest rate on their home mortgage loan. While refinancing mortgages can result in lower monthly payments, many homeowners fail to realize the costs associated with obtaining a new loan.

Before entering into AZ refinance, borrowers should take time to review their current mortgage contract. Many banks offer borrowers reduced interest if they agree to a prepayment clause. In most cases, prepayment penalties are assessed if borrowers refinance or sell the property within the first five years. Others reduce the penalty by 1-percent each year

Real Estate Investing article on "AZ Refinance"

June 16, 2010

Savings Account

Simon Volkov

For many Americans, savings account equates to a piggy bank. With skyrocketing unemployment and foreclosure, millions of citizens barely have enough money to pay their bills, let alone save for the future. But, the truth of the matter is people need to set aside money for unexpected expenses, investment opportunities, and retirement.

Establishing a savings account can be accomplished from the comfort of home, as many financial institutions offer online banking. However, consumers should take time to conduct research in order to obtain the highest rate of interest and avoid transaction fees

Real Estate Investing article on "Savings Account"

June 11, 2010

Loans

Simon Volkov

Loans allow people to buy things they need but don't have enough money saved away to purchase. Loans are often used when buying real estate and automobiles, as well as financing college education tuition or starting a business.

Unless loans are provided by family or friends, recipients of borrowed funds must apply for personal or business loans through banks or credit unions. Lending institutions require borrowers to provide evidence they are capable of repaying loans. If borrowers have poor credit their loan application might be denied or lenders may require a qualified co-signer.

Real Estate Investing article on "Loans"

June 05, 2010

Buy to Let Home Insurance

Simon Volkov

Buy to let home insurance is an essential element for real estate investors with rental properties. Buy to let insurance is often referred to as landlord insurance because it offers additional protection to property owners not typically covered in homeowner's policies.

Buy to let home insurance is necessary to protect cash flow in the event of catastrophic damage which results in lost income. Depending on the type of landlord insurance policy, provisions can be included to cover the costs of legal fees associated with property damage caused by tenants or pursuit of unpaid rent.

Real Estate Investing article on "Buy to Let Home Insurance"