Refinancing

Draft Your Real Estate Investor Dream Team

2019-03-05T23:44:13+00:00May 8th, 2015|1031 Exchange, Business Planning, Estate Planning, Financing, Investing, Legal Procedures, Lender and Bank Practices, Refinancing, Self-Directed IRA, Small Business, Uncategorized|

By J.P. Dahdah, Vantage Self-Directed Retirement Plans Being a “self-directed” investor doesn’t mean you have to go through your financial journey alone. In fact, very few high-net worth individuals would tell you that they reached their level financial success by themselves. Making sound financial moves consistently requires a high level of financial literacy and it’s [...]

Mortgage News Today!

2014-03-18T14:31:15+00:00March 18th, 2014|1031 Exchange, Business Planning, Credit Reports, Debt Relief, Financing, Investing, Lender and Bank Practices, Market Changes, Refinancing, Uncategorized|

Mortgage News Today! Andrew Augustyniak, Peoples Mortgage Co. There were a few changes made in relation to QM (Qualified Mortgage) that were implemented in the beginning of January that may affect borrowers. What is Qualified Mortgage? Basically it is a new set of regulations to protect the borrower and make sure that they can afford [...]

What Does Taking Title “Subject to” Mean?

2019-03-05T23:44:13+00:00January 25th, 2014|Financing, Market Changes, Refinancing, Rentals, Title Insurance|

What Does Taking Title "Subject to" Mean? by DiAnna Jackman Senior Escrow Officer/Branch Manager Chicago Title Agency When you finally find that perfect investment property and run your numbers, be sure you read the entire contract before you sign. Many investor contracts will indicate that the buyer is to pay all closing costs. This can [...]

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Changes are Approaching

2013-10-30T15:49:36+00:00October 30th, 2013|Financing, Investing, Lender and Bank Practices, Refinancing, Title, Title Insurance|

by Dianna Jackman, Sr. Escrow Officer Chicago Title Agency There is a new sheriff in town and its name is the CFPB.  Beginning January 10, 2014, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will now be in charge of policing the mortgage industry under the regulations of the Dodd-Frank rules.  According to the new rules under regulation [...]