Monthly Archives: October 2017

    • Debt Relief May Trigger Tax

      The Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Act, originally passed in 2007, was extended three times to protect homeowners from paying income tax on debt that was relieved due to foreclosure, short sales or deed…

      Written by Christi Reece
    • Risk Rate Relationship

      Regardless of what a lender quotes on mortgage rates, the actual rate a borrower pays is based on a number of variables. Lenders determine whether to loan money and at…

      Written by Christi Reece
    • A Tale of Two Markets

      Six months ago, we reported that the mismatch between the type of inventory of homes for sale and the demand of buyers in the US was causing the formation of two markets.…

      Written by Christi Reece
    • Better Homeowners

      Better Homeowners Pre-approval is Good for Everyone Buyer’s mortgage pre-approval is good for everyone in the transaction. It saves time, money and removes the uncertainty of knowing whether the buyer…

      Written by Christi Reece