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2014 

Low credit scores or high debt to income ratios often hold people back from buying their dream home. If you have bad credit, you can still qualify for a bad credit home loan in Arizona and make your dreams of home ownership a reality.     If you have bad credit, it can seem like you are alone. Yo...
12/31/2014
Subprime mortgages in Arizona have been considered a predatory lending practice by many law sub prime mortgages Arizona have typically been used by investors as a money making strategy, not by people who have been taken advantage of by banks.    A subprime mortgage is a lending practice that can ...
12/24/2014
There are a variety of circumstances that can lead to a low credit score. Learn how you can get a bad credit mortgage Arizona and qualify for a home loan, even if your credit is less than perfect.     There are a variety of factors that can lead to a lower credit score. Job loss, divorce, a sudde...
12/23/2014
There are many ways to purchase a home. Of course you may need a down payment along with a mortgage. There are many different types of mortgages that you can apply for depending on your financial circumstances.   If you have a typical office job with documented proof of income such as pay-stubs, ...
12/23/2014
You’re in love with a home you just spotted, or you want to stop paying rent and start building equity. But to put it simply, your credit rating is in the toilet. How do you go about getting approved?   Meet Anne. A single mom with two kids that wants to buy a modest home in the suburbs. However ...
12/23/2014
Trust deed investing is a little known high yield investment opportunity. With rates of return as high as 12%, it can be a great way to fund your child’s college education. As a parent, your child’s future is always on your mind. One of the biggest concerns for most parents is how to pay for coll...
12/23/2014
Like all investments, investing in trust deeds does has an element of risk. The main risk for the trust deed investor is that the borrower will default on his/her loan. If the borrower stops making payments, it is then the responsibility of the trustee to sell the property on behalf of the lende...
12/19/2014
Many smart investors incorporate the strategy of investing in deeds of trust as an easy and relatively low risk way to help grow their retirement accounts. With rates of return as high as 12% and real estate collateral, investing in trust deeds can be a good addition to a well-rounded investment ...
12/19/2014
Most investors know about their investment options regarding stocks, bonds and some real estate transactions. One lesser known strategy is investing in trust deeds, a specific type of real estate investment that is low risk and high return.     Smart investors know that having a well-rounded port...
12/17/2014
The most common question people have before investing in trust deeds is what happens if the borrower defaults. The trustee has a few options at this point, depending on what state the property is located in. One option is that the trustee can assume payments and takeover the property. Since the t...
12/15/2014
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