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Government loosens rules to help housing market - Berkshire Eagle
Berkshire EagleGovernment loosens rules to help housing marketBerkshire EagleWhile banks will see relaxed guidelines for packaging and selling mortgage securities, fewer borrowers likely will need to make hefty down payments. The board of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. voted 4-1 Tuesday to adopt the new rules, and two ...and more »

Loans can threaten family harmony - New Zealand Herald
Loans can threaten family harmonyNew Zealand Herald... idea to require the borrower to set up an automatic transfer from their bank account to yours. Given that you're adding the money to your mortgage, it seems only fair that you charge your son the same interest rate as you're paying the bank. ... To ...and more »

Residential comeback ripples out from the Beaches - Florida Times-Union
Florida Times-UnionResidential comeback ripples out from the BeachesFlorida Times-UnionAccording to August market statistics compiled and released by the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors, pending sales were up 21.3 percent overall in the region over the previous year — with sustained job growth, lower mortgage rates and a slow ...and more »

Lake County land transfers - News-Herald.com
Lake County land transfersNews-Herald.comJeffrey and Rachael Griffis sold a home at 1345 East 349th Street to Nationstar Mortgage LLC for $52,260. David Urey and Dianne Reese .... Roger V. Thomas sold a home at 38600 Berkshire Hills Drive to Debrah F. Gifford for $77,000. Adam London and ...and more »

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Today in the pressRTE.ieMortgage deposits of 10% will be available for 'young, credit-worthy families', Taoiseach Enda Kenny said as he made the public intervention in the developing row over the Central Bank's plans to cap mortgage lending at 20%. The Government is planning ...and more »

Financing Manufactured Homes - New York Times
New York TimesFinancing Manufactured HomesNew York Times... homes are concentrated among a handful of lenders, the largest of which are 21st Mortgage Corporation and Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, both subsidiaries of Clayton Homes, a manufactured-housing provider and a division of Berkshire Hathaway.

Warren Buffett's bad housing advice - Fortune
FortuneWarren Buffett's bad housing adviceFortuneLast year, in his annual letter to Berkshire shareholders, Buffett wrote that some of his best investments over the years have been in real estate. Tn theory, getting a fixed rate mortgage to hedge against inflation isn't a bad idea. The idea is that ...Warren Buffett's Berkshire loses $2-billion on IBM, CokeThe Globe and MailAnalyzing Berkshire Hathaway Using The 4 Filters TestSeeking Alpha (registration)all 159 news articles »

How Ben Bernanke's refi rejection could help you - CNBC
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Today's Mortgage Terms starting with D

  • Default: Failure to fulfill legal obligations of a contract, including failure to make payments on a loan.
  • Discounted Loan: When the note rate on a loan is lower than the market rate, it is a discounted loan.
  • Discount Point: A point paid to the lender to permanently lower or acquire down an interest rate. Money must be paid up front to lower the rate.
  • Down Payment: The amount of cash you must pay down initially for the purchase of your home. For conventional loans, you should aim for a down payment that's at least 20% of your home's value. The reason is lenders generally do not require private mortgage insurance with a down payment of at least 20% of your home's purchase price.

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