Confidence Is Rising In Real Estate Investing

Most Americans are nearly forgetting the last decade’s housing bubble since most of those affected have already recovered. The mortgage rates are low and the interest-only mortgages are back. According to bankrate.com, 27% (1 in 4) of Americans said real estate is the best investment they can … [Read more...]

The Truth About Greek Real Estate Market

The Truth About Greek Real Estate Market Greece is at the brink of being declared bankrupt unless urgent measures are taken. The European leaders have agreed on a plan to pull out this country from the worst ever bankruptcy in its history. However, the final decision lies on the hands of the Greeks … [Read more...]

Living It Up With What You Got And Still Saving A Little

Spending the Smart Way

Living It Up With What You Got And Still Saving A Little Now that most of us are out of the financial meltdown, why don’t we live it up? There is no point of making money if you are not spending. But what’s key is spending wisely and saving a little for the future uncertainties. You are turning to … [Read more...]

Why It’s Not Wise To Rent Out Your Property For A Short Time

Know Your Responsibilities

Why It's Not Wise To Rent Out Your Property For A Short Time After the foreclosures during the housing crisis, many people affected are now renters. Millennials also have not saved enough for down payments as their lower incomes are eaten up by student loans and rents. There are more people outside … [Read more...]

How Much It Costs To Live Like A President

Future Prices Of These Homes

How Much It Costs To Live Like A President The American Dream is all about real estate. Each one of us want to own a mansion if not a bungalow besieged by picket fences and featured by the green front yards. How does it feel to own a home once owned by a U.S president? The presidential historical … [Read more...]

Do The Math, The House You Can Afford May Not Be The One You Should Buy

Debt Payments Vs Gross Income

Do The Math, The House You Can Afford May Not Be The One You Should Buy Most of the home buyers head blindly towards the housing market with the hope that they will get the home of their dreams within a certain price range. While others may hit the jackpot, some will be forced to plan again for … [Read more...]

Soaring Rent Prices Cost Burdening Middle Income Earners

Middle Income Earners

Soaring Rent Prices Cost Burdening Middle Income Earners It’s not a heyday for the middle class people anymore in the US as paychecks for rents has soared once again. Contrary to what you think, many of these middle income renters who earn about $45,000-$75,000 annually are shifting blame to the … [Read more...]

Millennials Are Ready to Buy Their First Homes, but Challenges Await

Millennials Are Ready to Buy Their First Homes

Millennials Are Ready to Buy Their First Homes, but Challenges Await There is a new wave of first time homebuyers looming just around the corner. This time, it’s the Millennials that are leading the pack. However, it's not all good news. In fact, the Millennials are facing a tough challenges. So … [Read more...]

New Investors Offering Better Pricing For Jumbo Loans

Jumbo Loans

New Investors Offering Better Pricing For Jumbo Loans Do you want to refinance your mortgage loan for less? Lots of people have been pushed to a tricky end by the continuously rising mortgage rates especially if your loan size is more than $417,000. These mega loans cost more to refinance but with … [Read more...]

All The Frequently-Used Mortgage Terms You Need To Know

Frequently-Used Mortgage Terms

All The Frequently-Used Mortgage Terms You Need To Know Mortgage loans are a big source of funds for millions of Americans and many housing dreams are given shape because of these loans. However, the process of getting mortgage loans is not easy and there are quite a few complex situations that … [Read more...]