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Seeing green: Bank roles shift in real estate market

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Phoenix is a city of extremes, but lenders will see some balance in the market this year. There’s more capital flowing through the system than there was a year ago and, despite a slow recovery, Phoenix investors should find it easier to get loans in the market. “This is an exceptional time to acquire financing… Read More →

Bill aims to create new housing-loan structure

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The top Democrat on the U.S. House Financial Services Committee on Thursday introduced a draft proposal to abolish Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and create a new lender-owned cooperative that would issue government-backed loans. Representative Maxine Waters of California outlined a measure that challenges the more conservative approach of the panel’s chairman. Texas Republican Jeb… Read More →

Getting to know ‘Green Mortgages’

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by in Featured | Green | Real Estate

The Energy Efficient Mortgage (EEM) is a relatively new home financing option that nearly every home buyer can take advantage of. Thousands of home buyers across the U.S. are recognizing the benefits that this new mortgage option provides. Recognizing the obvious benefits of having an energy efficient home, more and more home buyers are utilizing… Read More →

Getting to know 'Green Mortgages'

green-house
by in Featured | Green | Real Estate

The Energy Efficient Mortgage (EEM) is a relatively new home financing option that nearly every home buyer can take advantage of. Thousands of home buyers across the U.S. are recognizing the benefits that this new mortgage option provides. Recognizing the obvious benefits of having an energy efficient home, more and more home buyers are utilizing… Read More →

Homebuyers Bounce Back

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The rules have changed a bit, but it’s still a perfect time to purchase a home. If you have good credit and a good job history and can put money down for a house, it’s a great time to buy, say experts in real estate and finance. In fact, the sooner the better, because it… Read More →

Protecting Your Mexican Real Estate Investment

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Mi Casa, Su Casa Protecting your Mexican real estate investment By David M. Brown Contrary to what you may have heard, Americans, or any non-Mexican nationals, can purchase property fee simple (or direct deed) in Mexico except when the property is in the restricted zone: 32 miles from the shoreline or 62.5 miles from the… Read More →