LARGEST MORTGAGE INVESTORS

Do you  want to Invest  Countrywide the largest mortgage lender in America, with a portfolio of trillion worth of mortgages at its peak. Their average mortgage was $175       If you need the housing market collapse killed Countrywide, the government arranged a deal that allowed Bank of getting  to step in and buy … Read more

MORTGAGE FOR INESTERS

I want to know, Are Ivy League colleges really worth the stress? this is a good question. So much that I had to write an answer myself.   if you need real talk, and I know some people are not gonna like this answer, but it depends. are you trying to get into something grandiosely … Read more

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT

How did you get into real estate investing? I’ve always been interested in building things, as my Grandfather was always building things and letting me help. He also owned investment properties and I helped in renovations and maintenance. So I had a base level of interest and fairly deep knowledge of what’s inside a building … Read more

REGISTERED MORTGAGE AND EQUITABLE MORTGAGE

What is the difference between a registered mortgage and an equitable mortgage? The mortgage is a transfer of interest in a specific property to the mortgagee by the mortgagor. In case of default by the mortgagor, the mortgagee can take possession of the mortgaged property for the realization of the dues or loan amount granted … Read more

COMMERCIAL PROFITS FOR COMPANIES ON MORTGAGE

What are the guidelines to sell a commercial (operating and profitable) business company that is currently under mortgage for five years? What are the guidelines to sell a commercial (operating and profitable) business company that is currently under mortgage for five years? Guidelines for selling a business are not within my expertise but one thing … Read more

How do banks calculate whether you are eligible for a mortgage or not?

How do banks calculate whether you are eligible for a mortgage or not? The answer is easier and less complicated than many people seem to think. I’m answering from the perspective of mortgage lending in the U.S., specifically for “conforming” loans—those following Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s guidelines. Those two investors purchase the majority of … Read more