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  • Foreclosure Crisis Case Study

    Foreclosure “victims”? People can be victims of fires and floods. I think it is a stretch to call someone a victim of a foreclosure. When people face a crisis, they usually want to be warriors as opposed to victims. They are better served by empowerment as opposed to pity. Boomerang seems like a fun nickname though. I would stick with Boomerang Buyers. It has that double B as well as the root word BOOM. All foreclosures are not the same. Some deals were so bad that nothing would have…

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  • Boomerang Homeowners Case Study

    he recession of 2007 was a wake-up call to not only American lenders, the government and the financial system, but for thousands of homeowners as well. It was unfortunate for borrowers, many of which lost their homes. However the past is the past, and it’s time for their lives to move forward. Although their dreams of these families have been bruised, there is chance for restorations, and many options that they can take to make homeownership a reality again. 1) Contract for deed or land…

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  • Jumbo Loans Pros And Cons

    Jumbo mortgage. In most parts of the United States, the Jumbo loan limit is $417,000 while in other high-cost areas like Alaska and Hawaii it is usually $625,000. Jumbo loans are different from conforming loans in that they require higher interest rates due to the large amount of financing they offer. Eligibility for a Jumbo loan Jumbo loans generally require higher down payments. The down payments however, vary with the lender. It could be 15%, 20% or 30%. Applicants for a jumbo mortgage…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Buying A House

    the different types of mortgage loans, and creating a list of pros and cons of each, we can make it easier to choose which is right for us. The first thing we need to determine is what exactly a mortgage is. A mortgage is a document that makes property security…

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  • Fannie Mae Case

    When the borrower gets his mortgage from a bank or other lending institution in order to finance his or her house purchase, this transaction is considered to belong to the Primary Market. At this point, the lender has a choice of either servicing the loan for the time equivalent to that loan duration (5, 10, 15, 20, 30 years or any other such term) or sell it to someone else. Some lenders decide that they want a steady and secured income coming from systematic, monthly payments from the…

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  • Campbell's Argument Against FNMA

    Mayberry’s notes and mortgages were void before the purchase. The time frames between the Letter of Commitment, the change of the interest rate, and the purchase of the note are significant in this case. The process of when the note and mortgage were…

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  • My Life Narrative

    government intervened, and created new regulations to protect investors. Suddenly, the mortgage lenders and their bankers had much stricter accountability for the loans they issued. Consequences to the lenders and the bankers varied from fines to serving time in prison. In response to this, the mortgage Lenders began tightened lending guidelines. Simply put by my sister: “A client who I could have issued a $500,000 mortgage loan to only one year prior I could only approve for a $200,000 loan…

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  • Piggyback Loan Advantages

    Piggyback Loan is a term used in home financing and mortgages. It 's a financing option that allows the borrower to purchase property using two different lenders. When applying for a piggyback loan the lender usually offers three different options: the 80-20 loan, the 80-15-5 loan and the 80-10-10 loan. All three financing options allow you to finance 80% of the home 's purchase price through the first lender and a portion or the rest through a second lender. With the 80-20 loan the remaining…

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  • Adjustable Rate Mortgage Research Paper

    ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGE ARM or Adjustable Rate Mortgage means that the interest rate of your mortgage loan fluctuates; meaning it can go up or go down, depending upon the market condition. The ARM is made up of two parts. The first is the INDEX or that part of the interest rate that is forever changing as affected by inflation and different market factors and is not constant. This is often referred to as the benchmark interest rate. The other is the MARGIN (or a ‘spread’) which is the…

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  • Eastlake

    Homeowners tend to go into foreclosure because they sometimes owe more than what they are able to sell their homes for, and in turn cannot repay their mortgages. As Marissa Weiss, author of “Attack of the Zombie Properties” explains, the title owner often assumes that the beginning of a foreclosure process signals that the lender, often the bank, is assuming responsibility for the property and that they must immediately vacate the property (Weiss 491). This assumption fails to account for…

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