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April 15, 2013

Residential Real Estate Auctions

Buying property through residential real estate auctions is a great way to get a bargain. However, buyers need to be aware of the rules and have their finances in order prior to placing a bid. Doing so will let them find houses that fit into their budget and help them attain the best price.

Houses which are sold through residential real estate auctions generally consist of foreclosure homes and properties which need to be sold quickly. This might include probate real estate or properties owned by banks, investors, or organizations that need to liquidate multiple dwellings.

In order to get the best return on investment, buyers will need to spend time exploring their options. One of the first steps is figuring out how much they can afford. When people buy auction properties using bank loans they generally have to get pre-approved before submitting bids. Most often, buyers are required to provide payment in cash or cashier's check when they win the bid.

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July 02, 2012

What is Mortgagor vs Mortgagee

Mortgagor vs. mortgagee is a term that anyone planning to buy a house with bank funds needs to learn about. When people obtain home loans they mortgage the property by entering into a legal contract with the bank.

Mortgage notes identify the mortgagor vs. mortgagee, along with details of the loan including interest rates, installment amounts, and payment dates. Mortgages are secured with promissory notes that include mortgagors' signatures to verify they understand the terms of the agreement and will pay back borrowed funds.

Mortgagee refers to the individual or lending institution providing funds needed to buy real estate. The property is used as collateral and the Mortgagee places a lien against it until the note is paid in full.

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February 03, 2012

Property

Owning property has been the foundation of America since proclaiming independence in 1776. Becoming a property owner has become considerably more difficult in the past four years as banks collapsed and mortgage providers repossessed homes in record number.

The level of foreclosure property is staggering, with estimates of over 6 million repossessed homes since 2007. While foreclosure rates dropped in 2011 they are expected to increase in 2012.

To make matters worse, an increase in bank foreclosures could cause home values to decline further. This could lead to an increase in the number of people that enter into strategic foreclosure.

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January 18, 2012

Property

Buying and selling property is a popular way to make money. In the past, investing in properties for house flipping was the hot ticket. Today, more investors are leaning toward real estate notes and land contracts and houses that can be used as rent-to-own properties.

Other kinds of property that can generate positive cash flow include real estate and personal belongings held in probate. Whenever a person passes away without writing a Will all their belongings are suspended in probate court until estate settlement procedures are completed.

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August 30, 2011

Inherited

Have you ever inherited anything from a deceased relative? If so, you know it's a bittersweet experience. Inheritance gifts hold many sentiments. They can alter your life if consisting of large sums of money or valuable property such as real estate or jewels.

Inherited gifts can be a blessing or a curse. As a probate liquidator, I've watched many families engage in inheritance wars over a deceased relative's belongings. I've also seen the disappointment on people's faces when they discover everything their relative owned has to be sold to pay off outstanding debts or past due taxes.

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December 01, 2008

Cash Flow Notes for Sale

Investing in cash flow notes for sale can provide investors with a relatively secure investment opportunity. There are numerous types of cash flow notes including business notes, real estate notes, land contracts, owner will carry financing, and structured settlements.

All types of real estate can be backed with cash flow notes for sale. In fact, realestate notes are the most common type of cash flow note investment. Property owners can sell their real estate holdings in whole or part, using the property as collateral with promissory notes.

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September 10, 2008

Foreclosure

Foreclosure rates are skyrocketing and millions of Americans are facing the very real possibility of losing their home. Many homeowners are choosing to walk away from their house because they can no longer afford to pay high-interest mortgage notes on real estate which is now worth less than it was when they purchased it.

Foreclosure is also affecting numerous unsuspecting tenants. Oftentimes, homeowners rent their distressed property in hopes of being able to retain their property. If they end up losing their home to foreclosure, tenants are forced to move and generally end up losing their security deposit and advanced rent monies.

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