Top originator Mark Fisher says the secret to success is hard work – and a willingness to constantly learn from other originators
Proceeds from the sale of the hand-built car will go to help wounded veterans
They are young, tech-savvy, debt-burdened, and cash-strapped. The entire American housing market economy depends on their participation, but the credit markets see them with apprehension.
The mortgage market will likely have a difficult time making its business model work around the giant student debt bubble growing in the United States, mortgage and real estate experts say.
We are all busy with life. Family, school, kids, work, church and on top of that some of you are trying to get your real estate investing off the ground. A few years ago, I ran across some great time management tips just perfect for real estate investors.
With the housing market having paced a remarkable recovery in the past two quarters, domestic property investments have seemed like increasingly appealing portfolio entries. As I’d noted in a prior post, certain segments of America’s urban property have displayed such positive value growth potential that they’ve attracted aggressive investment from foreign wealth managers. Commercial property in economically stalwart metros such as Washington, DC and Houston has garnered investment from both Canadian and Swedish financial powerhouses.
Apartment owners and managers are fighting tooth and claw to dispel the myth that multifamily living is unfriendly to pets, a longstanding motivation that has driven pet-lovers to become homeowners.
It was a battle between economists and legislators. The mortgage interest tax deduction was deconstructed and dismantled during a meeting of the Joint Committee on Taxation of the U.S. Congress. This $100 billion annual deduction has come under heavy scrutiny due to the budget deficit and the ongoing sequestration.