Evaluating whether or not to keep your mortgage note can be a difficult decision. Alan Noblitt from Seascape Capital walks you through the benefit and risks of holding off or selling your mortgage note. Learn the some of the things to consider when making the choice.
Over the past five years, much of the home buying and propping up of home prices in the U.S. has been driven by large institutional investors. Hedge funds, real estate investment trusts, private equity firms, and similar institutional investors have spent more than $20 billion in just the last two years to buy about 200,000
“I freed a thousand slaves; I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.” Harriett Tubman, American abolitionist What would you do if you were owed $21 trillion? Is that a number that most of can even wrap our arms around when we see all of those zeroes at the
Hear no evil, speak no evil, and see no evil. Should that be the new slogan of the U.S. general public, as we allow our politicians to rip apart the economy of our country? While we know that most politicians ignore reality, history, and basic math, the American public seems to do much of the
Will some people never learn? Everyone should recall the collapse of the mortgage-backed securities market, as real estate prices plunged just a few short years ago. Belatedly, investors found out that declining home values mixed with homeowners who could never truly afford to buy a house made for lousy investments. The investors were left holding