• The Many Ways to Be Relieved of Your Timeshare Obligations by Ryan Smith

    While it is true that a timeshare contract is a binding legal document, it is often mistakenly thought that such a contract cannot only be cancelled. In fact, most timeshare companies maintain that their contracts are non – cancellable. This misconception is perpetuated by timeshare companies and user groups that are funded, maintained and controlled by the timeshare industry.

  • In Search of the Silver Bullet by

    As a licensed contractor and real estate broker, I’m constantly inundated with emails of products which will cause me to make tons of money if I buy into their hype. I often attend conventions where many other products and coaching companies pitch their wares which will be the “Silver Bullet” to my success as I make strides against my competition. I walk through and bookstores and grab the latest self-help manuscript that proclaims great wealth for me, if I follow their plan. I, like many others have purchased programs, coaching CD’s, books, attended seminars; looking for that Silver Bullet that will give me a step ahead of my competition, and just like my competition, I discovered that the Silver Bullet was nothing more than chrome plated hype. But all was not for a loss, I did gain some knowledge and a few tips, which some have helped me gain additional income.

  • The Niche Report to Relaunch as Mortgage Professional America; Circulation To Double Nationwide by

    MEDIA RELEASE For immediate release Friday March 22, 2013 The Niche Report to relaunch as Mortgage Professional America; circulation to double nationwide. Mortgage and finance publication and website The Niche Report will be relaunching under the new brand Mortgage Professional America (MPA). The product relaunch will see some changes implemented that are designed to boost audience numbers and add more value for our commercial partners.

  • Best Practices for Home Buyers by

    Now that the country seems to be slowly coming out of the recent economic turmoil, many people are thinking about buying a home. For people getting into the housing market for the first time or returning to the market after past economic upheavals, figuring everything out can seem daunting. To that end, we've gathered up some of the most important things to consider before you buy a home, during the buying process, and to keep in mind once you’ve become a homeowner.

  • Despite Deep Losses, FHA´s Condition Improves by

    The sustainability and financial condition of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is not as bad as initially thought. Days before President Barack Obama issued a spending proposal to keep the FHA alive, analysts at Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal speculated that the improving median home prices in the United States are helping to reduce the troubled agency’s mortgage investment portfolio. The analysts were right in this regard, but the White House’s assessment of the FHA also revealed plenty to be concerned about.

  • Against All Odds: Multiple Bids Return by

    As eager real estate buyers and investors rush to take advantage of what may be their last shot at dirt-cheap prices, regional housing bubbles seem to be emerging in various markets across the United States. According to CNN Money and online real estate broker Redfin, housing markets in New England, California and South Florida are turning to seller’s markets with multiple bids on single properties.


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