Posts Tagged“real estate”

Although the real estate market took a bit of a beating in the 2008-2009 financial crisis, the property world has seen a return to form since. With increases in purchasing power and a growing confidence in the recovering market, business is booming across the continents, with property prices soaring in the most premium districts, such as the Metro Manila National Capital Region and nearby cities. While this is good news for sellers and landlords, getting a property online and marketing it to the right audience can be pivotal in ensuring the right price for a property, as well as a…

Everyday in Australia, people eager to become home owners for the first time seek out and receive financing to purchase their first piece of real estate. Many are too enamored with the idea of owning though, and end up with a mortgage that serves more as an oppressive yoke than an instrument that will propel them to financial freedom. By learning how to select a home loan by evaluating vital points as laid out in this article, you’ll end up in a much better position than your average first-time property owner. Compare rates, payment amounts and fees from different lenders…

When shopping for a loan to finally purchase the home of your dreams, it helps to have a reputable dealer on your side. One that looks out for you and endeavors to get you the best package suited for your needs, rather than one that is simply looking for another sale in pursuit of a big fat commission. Wondering how to select a mortgage broker? This article breaks down what you need to know and do in order to get a dedicated, caring professional on your case… Take your time and shop around The market for mortgage brokers such as…

Over the past decade, the Australian housing market has been opened up to private lenders after the step was taken to de-regulate the industry. Much confusion still reigns over what advantages that the new kids on the block bring to the table … what are the benefits of a non-bank mortgage compared to what Australians have dealt with in the past? This article aims to clear the air on this often confusing subject. More liberal lending terms After the 2008 financial crisis, the Big 4 tightened their lending criteria to protect themselves against high-risk borrowers, with the unfortunate side effect…