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2016 

Income vs. Qualifying Income Jody Bruns   Often times in a divorce and mortgage situation there are various types of  income to consider: Employment Income; Alimony/Maintenance Income;  Unallocated Maintenance Income; Child Support Income; Property  Settlement Note Income; and more. Although all ...
06/30/2016
A common question I am often asked is, "How long do I need to wait to purchase a new home after I had to short sale my house; let my home go into foreclosure; filed bankruptcy; etc.?" The answer is more grey than black and white for some borrowers now that there are "Extenuating Circumstances." T...
06/22/2016
Did you know your sellers might not be totally out of luck with regards to their Capital Gains Exclusion if they sell within 2 years of purchase? We all know you have to live in your home for 2 of the previous 5 in order to use your full exclusion of $250,000 single or $500,000 married on the Cap...
06/20/2016
Do you have any real estate clients who could benefit from a Buy Down on their interest rate? Of course you do - but do you understand how a Buy Down can help them? A Temporary Buydown is a mortgage loan option that reduces the borrower's interest rate for a specific amount of time. The main bene...
06/17/2016
 Have you ever had a client downsize and plan to move into an investment property they own? You might want to pass on some valuable information and refer them to a tax accountant! It’s important to know and inform your clients that there is a new IRS tax rule on capital gains when making a previo...
06/16/2016
The Denver market is putting a strain on local appraisers! We are all experiencing the painful delays with appraisals in the Denver market. I thought I would give you some information that might help you and your current listings and or purchase contracts. New American Funding has just added a 3r...
06/13/2016
Working with divorcing clients requires patience and knowledge! Having been introduced to the opportunities in the Divorce Real Estate niche in part 1 of my post, let's look at some of the required knowledge a real estate professional should have in order to be successful working with divorcing c...
06/13/2016
Are you familiar with the Danish Proverb: Many Streams Make A River? One of the first things you do as a new or seasoned real estate professional each year is to identify your referral sources for business planning purposes. Your various referral sources are your streams that all feed into your '...
06/12/2016
Home Equity Lines of Credit and Divorce|Jody Bruns|Any time you have a marital home involved, it is important to identify any lines of credit attached to the home. Many times when you ask your clients what the mortgage balances are on the home – they may have forgotten about an open equity line b...
06/09/2016
The #1 Concern of Divorcing Clients When Their Name Remains On The Current Mortgage  One of the main concerns when one party is retaining the marital home in a divorce situation is that the vacating spouse will not be able to qualify for future mortgage financing while their name remains on the c...
06/08/2016
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