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Fake Recovery Means Little Reform — Mortgage Notes

Over the past several years, the U.S. has emerged from the depths of a recession to a full-fledged fake recovery.  On the housing side, real estate investors, buyers of mortgage notes, and Wall Street have seen the good ‘ol days return as home prices zoom once again.  In earlier articles in this space, I’ve discussed

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Take the Stress Out Of Selling a Mortgage Note

Life changes, often exciting and sometimes challenging, at times can be overwhelming. This is especially true when it comes to financing them. If you have made the decision to or are considering selling a mortgage note, it may feel like it falls under that umbrella of overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to. The very first

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How to Sell Mortgages — The Recessionary Gene

As our national and global economies continue to be battered by nasty headwinds, it is useful to step back and gauge the place in which our economy rests.  Is the economy showing real growth, are we in a full recession, or somewhere in between?  In my mind, we can clearly cross out the first option. 

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Going broke … slowly — Note buyer

On the surface, the U.S. economy seems to be turning around.  Many of the TV talking heads say so!  Heck, the U.S. added 120,000 jobs in November, bringing the unemployment rate down to 8.6%.  On top of that, retail sales from the Thanksgiving weekend were stronger than expected and manufacturing in the U.S. has been

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