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    April 14th, 2012 by bujes.marketing

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    Mortgage: the facts you should know and how a mortgage calculator can help you

    August 27th, 2008 by bujes.marketing

    Mortgage refers to that contract, which helps you in buying property without paying the full value at once. When you take a mortgage loan, you pledge the property to the creditor as a security. The essence is that, if you fail to repay the loan, the lender can use the amortized property to get back his money.

    Important facts about mortgage:

    • Mortgages are generally related loans that are secured by any real estate property. Not only that, in most of the cases, people take mortgage loan for buying any residential or commercial real estate property.

    • In a few states, if you go for a mortgage, a lien is created on the title of the amortized property. If you want to foreclose that lien, then you are required to carry out judicial proceedings.

    • One mortgage instrument that has gained popularity in US is the deed of trust. In this case, a deed is provided to a trustee by the borrower, in order to secure the debt. In some cases, a mere lien is created on the title. But, in most of the states, it can be foreclosed without any judicial proceedings.

    • In California State, almost all the mortgages are deed of trust. The basic difference between a deed of trust and simple mortgage is that, the latter takes more time for foreclosure.

    Whatever mortgage option you opt for, it is better to calculate the amount of monthly payments that will go towards the mortgage before taking any final decision. A mortgage calculator can effectively help you in doing this.

    Facts about mortgage calculators:

    • With the help of mortgage calculator, you can assess your affordability. You can decide that whether you can afford a particular mortgage loan or not.

    • Using mortgage calculators, you can compare the costs of different mortgage loans and can take decisions accordingly.

    • If you put the total amount of your mortgage loan, the rate of interest payable and the repayment term period of the mortgage, in the mortgage calculator, you can find out the figure of your monthly payments.

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    Bank smarter

    November 7th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    Be smart. Compare banks online. There are many useful sites, but I like Bankaholic.com. They offer fresh and reliable information about banks. Don’t forget, be smart and earn/save more on banking.

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    Waterfront Property Prices Continue Strong Growth

    October 30th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    Despite recent negative housing news, waterfront property sales are still steady (and even growing) in many parts of the country. The largest segment is younger buyers looking for retirement opportunities. This is not part of the real-estate investment surge that has fueled the economy the last few years and is now fading as home prices fall across the country. These young families see opportunities to purchase their retirement dream home now while they are still working rather than in their golden years.

    Florida waterfront land is among the fastest growing in the country. These second homes provide these families with not only a place to one day retire, but a place they can enjoy with family and friends now. Some choose to subsidize their risk by renting their property to other vacationers now to help pay the cost of a mortgage, maintenance, taxes, and insurance.

    All real estate is susceptible to price declines in the market, but unique properties, such as waterfront real estate in the mountains, tend to appreciate over time at a faster rate than traditional residential real estate.

    If you have been dreaming about retiring to a waterfront home, now may be the time to buy. Talking to a qualified real estate expert wouldnt be a bad idea. They can point you in the right direction to help you satisfy your recreation needs today and your retirement needs in the future.

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    Buying property in Turkey as a foreigner

    October 24th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    More and more foreigners are interested in buying property in Turkey. In 2006 around 50,000 purchases from foreigners have been taking place. If you prefer buying a property at a very reasonable price which you can use yourself for regular holidays and that you can also rent out to get some income in a country where the summer is nice and long, stretching from March to November, and there are many tourism attractions, then Turkey is the most appropriate destination for you.

    Who can buy property in Turkey?
    Turkey has a reciprocal agreement for the purchase of land and property with many countries. This means that the people of these nations that allow Turks to buy land in their countries, can in return, buy land in Turkey. Foreigners may purchase in their own name if the property is outside military zones. Based on these agreements foreigners of the following countries are eligible to buy property in Turkey.

    Some countries does not allow Turkish citizens to purchase a property in their land. That is why, the citizens of these kind of countries are not allowed to buy in Turkey except some countries as Russia, Denmark, etc. Citizens of these countries can buy with special permission of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (Icisleri Bakanligi).

    My country is not listed. Can I buy property in Turkey?
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    Let 86000 people help you to get out of debt

    August 19th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

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    Four Ways to Get Money From Your Real Estate Without Selling

    March 15th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    If you have an existing piece of income producing real estate that you bought within the last couple years, you most likely have a significant amount of equity in that property. Even if you put a traditional 80% mortgage on the property when you purchased you may now have anywhere from 20% to as much as 60% to 70% equity on the property. How do you get that money out and put it to use in a new investment or use it to pay bills without selling your property.

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    Real Estate Investment – A Guide On Buy To Let Property

    March 15th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    The process of purchasing an investment property is very different to that of buying a home for example, for you and your family to live in. There are many other considerations that must be taken into account before making this big step.

    The buy-to-let boom of recent times has seen many more competitive mortgage deals become available, adding fuel to an already blazing fire. Many borrowers have found that they have come unstuck whilst jumping on the bandwagon without properly researching the proposed venture.

    Thorough research of the market is essential. Even if you decide to borrow a substantial segment of the purchase price of the house, it will usually cost you a considerable amount to set yourself up as a landlord.

    The location and the type of property you are going to purchase are the two most important factors to consider – for example, demand might not match the number of rental properties in certain areas and one bedroom flats may be easier to rent out than two bedrooms.

    It is always a good idea to approach a number of letting agents in the proposed area you wish to buy, in order to gain an insight into rental demand – this is also a good way of finding out how much rental income you can expect.

    When you look to purchase your own home, a lender will look at your income in order to assess how much they would be prepared to lend. With a buy-to-let mortgage however, mortgage lenders calculate how much they are willing to lend in a different way.

    Many lenders will expect rental income to cover at least 130 percent of your monthly mortgage repayments – so make sure that you calculate your sums correctly. Once you have made your calculations and found a suitable area you wish to buy in, you can start shopping around for mortgages.

    Many lenders offer mortgage advances on buy to let purchases of up to 75 percent of the property value. On certain buy to let schemes however, it is possible to borrow as much as 85 percent of the value of the property.

    There are many different buy-to-let mortgage deals that can be arranged – You can choose between fixed, discounted and variable rates.

    Some lenders may insist that you use an agent to manage the property. If this is the case then you could expect to pay up to 15 percent of the gross rental income on management fees. By using the services of an agent you can expect them to source tenants on your behalf, check references and collect the rent.

    As with other types of mortgages, it will be a condition of the lender that you have in place a buildings insurance policy at the very least. Contents cover is also highly recommended however it is not usually obligatory.

    Buy To Let Action Plan

    1. Stay clear of areas that are already saturated with buy-to-let properties – supply can often outweigh demand, which could make finding tenants a difficult task.

    2. It pays to negotiate! It may seem as though competition is fierce for property although if you are prepared to be patient then you could land yourself a bargain at well below market value.

    3. When decorating, it is a good idea to invest that little bit extra. Ask yourself, could you see yourself living there? If not then you may wish to review your decor.

    4. Join a landlords association. For about 100.00 a year you will have access to help and assistance on matters such as tax issues and legislation.

    James Copper writes on all areas of finance. He works for Any Loans & Mortgages as a Mortgage and Loan Broker.

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    New Build Vs Off Plan Property – Which Is Better?

    March 15th, 2007 by bujes.marketing

    Firstly let’s look at how I define each of these terms.

    New build is classified as a development that is within 3 months of completion or has completed but has not yet been tenanted. Off plan is a development that is longer than 3 months out from completion or where the property has not moved earth yet.

    Now some people may say that off plan is simply property “off the plan” or property which has not begun being built and technically they are correct, but let me explain why I consider it very different.

    It’s all about structure.

    My definition is not really based on time it is based more on the fact that in most cases with newly built property you can exchange and complete at the same or within a short time. This simply means that if you have structured correctly your money will go into the property and come out very quickly, effectively realising your gain at purchase and exponentially growing your return of investment.

    In an off plan scenario you would normally be expected to place a 5 or 10% deposit on exchange and then wait for completion which could be up to a couple of years later. Only at this time could you realise a gain from the property, prior to this it is simply a paper gain.

    Hopefully now that you have a grasp of the two concepts we can move on to working out which one presents a better return. After all, that’s all that should matter in property investing.

    The answer is quite simple — It depends on the market. You need to look what the market is doing. This in property is what we call your strategy meeting the market. Choosing the appropriate strategy for the market

    Let’s consider two very different property markets and two different types of property and the relative results they achieve. The stagnant market

    If you purchase an off plan property that is due to be completed in 18 months time and place a 10% deposit down at exchange, you would expect that because the market is stagnant the property will not increase in value over that period.

    So therefore you have paid 10% and made effectively no return over this period but you have also taken a risk that the values, rentals, or market may change making it hard to get a mortgage. No looking so good for our off plan scenario.

    On the other hand if you had purchased a new build property you would have paid your 10% deposit and within a short time received your 10% allowance upon successful completion back. Your actual cash tied up will be significantly less than the off plan scenario. This extra cash can then be used to purchase another property.

    Therefore if you purchase off plan in a stagnant market you are likely to buy one property as opposed to new build where, for the same cash input you could buy perhaps three times as much property. Clearly in a stagnant market new build is a better proposition than off plan property. The galloping market

    The same two properties purchased in a galloping market would mean that the new build is still a decent proposition except that you now have to consider that you have a mortgage to service. It will certainly go up in value more than in a stagnant market and because interest rates are low your cashflow is eased.

    Now consider the off plan. You still secure with a 10% deposit but over the course of the build program your property may have increase in value by say 10%. You don’t have a mortgage or cash flows to worry about.

    Now here’s the power of off plan in a galloping market. Say the property is worth £200,000. You place a £20,000 deposit on it. Now if it goes up 10%, it goes up on the entire value (£200,000) not just your deposit so you have just doubled your money before you have even completed. (£200,000 x 10% = £20,000)

    So consider the above before you go and get sold a heap of rubbish about how great off plan is.

    There is no doubt that in the right market and the right circumstances it is a fantastic proposition but don’t caught up in the hype of the sales pitch and thinking that doubling your money before completion is easy. This is where working with a professional portfolio manager will make you job so much easier, they will explain the pros and cons of each decision.

    Brett Wood is an author and property investor. He runs a successful property investment consultancy in the United Kingdom. His strategies have helped thousands of investors to get on the property ladder and build successful property portfolios.

    Originally from Australia where he was a successful mortgage broker he moved to the UK in 2002 and since then has build a massive portfolio of off plan and new build residential properties in the UK, Spain, Slovakia and Australia.

    For further details contact Brett Wood at http://www.yourpropertyclub.com or directly on 0870 042 1188.

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