Big banks have a surprising message for President-elect Donald Trump: Amend Dodd-Frank, but don’t fully repeal it
Nonprime loans are undergoing something of a renaissance right now – and they’re a valuable addition to a broker’s toolkit
The Bush tax cuts are coming to an end, and Capitol Hill is abuzz with talks about how to deal with their demise.
The mortgage interest tax deduction is considered to be one of the most equitable Bush-era tax breaks since virtually all American borrowers and taxpayers can take advantage of it.
Many States such as Nevada, Arizona, and even Utah are imposing stiff fines for paying broker fees on residential hard money loans.
In today’s lending environment, a loan from your friendly banker on an investment property is nearly impossible to get. Many investors have held onto their income-producing investment properties through the meltdown in real estate.