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Jun

14

2012

Spring Market Report: An Exclusive Insider’s Look at Real Estate Lending and Investing in the Pacific Northwest

Now that we are well into the Spring of 2012, here’s a quick update on the real estate markets Liberty Capital lends in, specifically The Pacific Northwest. House prices in King County rose in April to their highest level since December 2010, according to statistics released last month by the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. The median price of single-family homes sold in April was $360,000,…

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Jun

14

2012

Foreclosures for Washington Investors – FAQs

Q: What is foreclosure? A: Foreclosure is a process where an owner’s right to a property is terminated, typically due to a default on a loan, and it involves a forced sale of the property where the proceeds are applied towards the mortgage debt. Q: Why would I buy a foreclosure? A: A buyer can save about 33% or more off the fair market value…

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Jun

03

2012

Specialty Real Estate Loans vs. Traditional Mortgage

Rather than securing a traditional mortgage, borrowers and investors sometimes seek “Specialty Real Estate Loans”, also known as “private loans” or “hard-money loans”. A specialty real estate loan: Is very expensive – Expect a rate from eight to 20 percent or higher per year. Is short-term – The duration typically ranges from just six to 12 months. Requires a 20 percent or larger down payment…

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