Online Mortgage Loan Companies Are ConvenientWritten by Carrie Reeder
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There are lenders online that can help you with almost any type of mortgage loan you could need, its not really necessary anymore to have to go through a broker in your area. You can compare hundreds of lenders yourself in much less time. Lenders online can provide loans such as, home equity lines of credit, second mortgages, third mortgages, refinance loans, first time home buyer loans, sub prime loans for people with less than perfect credit or bad credit, debt consolidation loans, no money down home financing and more. To view our list of recommended lenders online for various types of mortgage loans, visit this page: Recommended Online Mortgage Lenders For All Types of Mortgage Loans.
Carrie Reeder is the owner of ABC Loan Guide, an informational website with articles and the latest news about various types of loans.
Home Loans – Would You Buy a Home Without an Inspection?Written by Charles Essmeier
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The current housing market has brought about a lot of changes in traditional real estate rules. Buyers who want an “edge” over other bidders in markets where sales are brisk might offer to buy home without an inspection. This might motivate owner to sell to them, rather than another buyer who might insist upon inspection. In short, these buyers are offering to take home on an as-is basis. Is there any benefit to this?
Most real estate experts agree that it is foolish to purchase a home without a prior inspection. While some problems can easily be seen by even most casual of browsers, others, such as termite infestation or a cracked foundation, might only be noticed by a professional inspector. These problems can cost tens of thousands of dollars to repair, and in some cases, might even render home legally uninhabitable. Anyone who offers to buy a home without an inspection is taking a serious risk, as they could find themselves owner of a home that he or she cannot afford to repair. There may not even be any benefit to buying without an inspection, as most homes in hot markets sell for more than asking price whether home is inspected or not. If you cannot inspect a home prior to purchase, it would probably be wise to pass and wait for another suitable property to come along.
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