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FHA loans - from the seller's perspective.
How FHA Mortgage Loans Can Create Problems For Sellers
Without a doubt an FHA mortgage is a great loan product.

Without FHA loans thousands upon thousands of borrowers would not be able to purchase a home!

The biggest benefit to an FHA loan of course is the low down payment. This gives buyers will solid jobs and incomes to be able to purchase a home without having to come up with a larger down payment associated with conventional loans.

There can be some problems, however, in some circumstances for sellers when buyers are using FHA financing.

As a home owner it is important to know the issues that could arise in your sale due to an FHA mortgage.

Take a look as I share my latest compilation of sources at +Storify on FHA loans.

If you find the article helpful please consider sharing it socially.

#mortgage #realestate #fha  
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What Real Estate Agents Should I Follow on Twitter?

Are you a fan of Twitter? I certainly am and visit the site daily to support those who support me.

Twitter can be a great site for those who use it properly, especially when it comes to content marketing!

Take a look at this excellent resource via +Seth Williams who has put together a list of who to follow as well as some of their best content worth sharing.

Take a look at the 101 top real estate rock stars to follow on Twitter and share if you find helpful.

#realestate #realestateagent #twitter  
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Best of Google+ Real Estate April 2016
Each month some of the best real estate bloggers are featured for their outstanding work.

The content is hand selected as the best of the best. This months honors for choosing the top real estate articles goes to +Luke Skar who has done a great job putting together some really excellent work.

There is a wide variety of topics covered to help both buyers and sellers.

Featured experts this month include: +Debbie Drummond +Teresa Cowart +Kyle Hiscock +Xavier De Buck +Paul Sian +Anita Clark +ActiveRain  and +Maximum Real Estate Exposure.

Take a look and if you find the article enjoyable please consider sharing socially.

#realestate #realestateagent #realestatetips  
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Great info on how to pick the right #mortgage .
How To Determine What Type Of Mortgage Is Best For Me
A pretty popular question about mortgages from home buyers is, "what type of mortgage is best for me?"

There are several different types of mortgages available for buyers.  30 year fixed rate mortgages, 15 year fixed rate mortgages, ARMs, and Balloons are some of the most common.

Like anything, there are benefits to each as well as drawbacks to each.  In this article on +Rochester's Real Estate Blog you will find out what the PROs and CONs are to each type of mortgage to help determine which type of mortgage is best.

Check out the article at http://www.rochesterrealestateblog.com/how-to-determine-what-type-of-mortgage-is-best-for-me/

There are some great resources throughout the article from top bloggers including +Luke Skar of +Inlanta Mortgage - Madison, +Bill Gassett, and a +Bundlr resource with contributions from +Anita Clark, +Lynn Pineda, +Loans101, +Sean Young, +Barbara Bottitta, and others!

Please consider sharing socially if you believe they would find this information helpful.

#realestate   #mortgage  
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Happy Thanksgiving!!
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!
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Low oil prices aren't slowing down the #Houston   #Housing  market.  At least, not yet.
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Thank you Veterans.
Thank you Veterans for protecting our freedom!
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Holding 1.7T in mortgage debt, and with the Federal Funds Rate set at next to nothing since 2008, the Federal Reserve appears to be in a tough spot, along with our economy.
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