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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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