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real estate trends in 2014 - YouTube

Benjamin Weinstock, a real estate attorney and partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, looks at the real estate trends for the upcoming year and weighs in on wh...
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The rise of private fund lenders

As the market for traditional home loans made by banks and other customary lenders remains constrained, despite the growth of housing sales generally, the mark…
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Does Uncle Sam make money lending to students? - Washington Post (blog)

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As Refinancing Wanes, Banks Are Wary of New Loans

The stars seem to be aligning in the housing market. Home prices have been rising for many months, and the federal government is providing immense support to...
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What's Up With the Flipping Market - Research Center Redfin

With the housing market well into a fourth year of steep price gains, homes in 2013 were being flipped for more money than
ever: an average of $90,200 per home. Redfin crunched the numbers all the way back to 2001 to see how flippers fared before
and after the housing bust, and found that they have fared particularly well lately. For this analysis, we defined a flip as a home
that was purchased and then sold again within 12 months.
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Economists say inflation fears overblown

Economists see little risk of a surge in inflation, despite mounting evidence that the American economy is rumbling to life.Recent economic data have shown the…
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The switch to self employment has mortgage implications

Not just any mortgage, but a cash-out refinance of less than six figures on a foreclosure I bought for cash, rehabbed and turned back on the market as a rental…
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Despite excellent credit, it's still possible to be turned down for a mortgage due to new rules on
verifying that borrowers have the ability to pay.

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