Posts made in March, 2013

Current Mortgage Rates at US Bankcorp

on Mar 20, 2013 in FHA Information | Comments Off on Current Mortgage Rates at US Bankcorp

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News … says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… US mortgage refinance program on the up The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity. For more informaiton please visit here… Question by boss: How do I calculate a apartment building investment cash flow after taxes or before taxes? I am going to invest in a apartment building using a loan. Is it the noi-annual debt service-annual mortgage payments-the annual loan paybacks-income taxes? If this isn’t right, pharmacy then please provide the proper way of determining my actual annual profit after taxes or pre-tax. Best answer: Answer by fn0384You need to calculate the after-tax rental income first, remedy then after tax cash flow second. First after-tax income from the property. Income a) gross income from the rentals Expenses b) mortgage interest c) depreciation (assume 80% of the purchase price is depreciable building, thus annual depreciation is purchase price * 80% / 27.5 years or about 2.9% of the purchase price) d) real estate taxes e) rent loss due to vacancy, tenant f) management fee g) maintenance fee h) insurance Income – expense would give you roughtly taxable rental income from the property. Assuming the rental bldg generates a (paper) loss, you can apply it towards your personal ordinary income and use it to reduce your ordinary income. If you show a rental profit, then you would have to pay at your marginal tax rate. Cash Flow: Annual Rental income – annual mortgage payment -/+ tax liability or tax benefit from owning this property. Add your own answer in the comments! Question by Anthony: Question about taking out a mortgage on a home? We plan on buying a home in about six months and we will be first time home buyers. We have enough saved up for a down payment and we were planning on paying off our cars loans which would takes us about 4-6 more months which is why we are waiting. Although we found a home for sale that we fell in love with, troche and our question is, for example: if we bought this home lets say within a month or so, but don’t move in for a few more months, is there something you can work out with a lender so you don’t have to make any payments till you move in. Or once you sign and bought the house, next month payment is yours? We haven’t talked to a mortgage lender yet because we weren’t planning on moving out no earlier than six months from now. Talking to a lender will be our next step, but I was just curious to know about this question. We have no other outstanding credit card debt. We don’t have to pay off our car loans we are just preferring to do so...

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Lastest Obama Home Affordable Program News

on Mar 20, 2013 in HARP Refinance | Comments Off on Lastest Obama Home Affordable Program News

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News … says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… US mortgage refinance program on the up The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity. For more informaiton please visit here… Question by boss: How do I calculate a apartment building investment cash flow after taxes or before taxes? I am going to invest in a apartment building using a loan. Is it the noi-annual debt service-annual mortgage payments-the annual loan paybacks-income taxes? If this isn’t right, pharmacy then please provide the proper way of determining my actual annual profit after taxes or pre-tax. Best answer: Answer by fn0384You need to calculate the after-tax rental income first, remedy then after tax cash flow second. First after-tax income from the property. Income a) gross income from the rentals Expenses b) mortgage interest c) depreciation (assume 80% of the purchase price is depreciable building, thus annual depreciation is purchase price * 80% / 27.5 years or about 2.9% of the purchase price) d) real estate taxes e) rent loss due to vacancy, tenant f) management fee g) maintenance fee h) insurance Income – expense would give you roughtly taxable rental income from the property. Assuming the rental bldg generates a (paper) loss, you can apply it towards your personal ordinary income and use it to reduce your ordinary income. If you show a rental profit, then you would have to pay at your marginal tax rate. Cash Flow: Annual Rental income – annual mortgage payment -/+ tax liability or tax benefit from owning this property. Add your own answer in the comments! Question by Anthony: Question about taking out a mortgage on a home? We plan on buying a home in about six months and we will be first time home buyers. We have enough saved up for a down payment and we were planning on paying off our cars loans which would takes us about 4-6 more months which is why we are waiting. Although we found a home for sale that we fell in love with, troche and our question is, for example: if we bought this home lets say within a month or so, but don’t move in for a few more months, is there something you can work out with a lender so you don’t have to make any payments till you move in. Or once you sign and bought the house, next month payment is yours? We haven’t talked to a mortgage lender yet because we weren’t planning on moving out no earlier than six months from now. Talking to a lender will be our next step, but I was just curious to know about this question. We have no other outstanding credit card debt. We don’t have to pay off our car loans we are just preferring to do so...

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Lastest Home Affordable Refinance Program Loan Modification News

on Mar 20, 2013 in Unique Loan Programs | Comments Off on Lastest Home Affordable Refinance Program Loan Modification News

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News … says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… US mortgage refinance program on the up The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity. For more informaiton please visit here… Question by boss: How do I calculate a apartment building investment cash flow after taxes or before taxes? I am going to invest in a apartment building using a loan. Is it the noi-annual debt service-annual mortgage payments-the annual loan paybacks-income taxes? If this isn’t right, pharmacy then please provide the proper way of determining my actual annual profit after taxes or pre-tax. Best answer: Answer by fn0384You need to calculate the after-tax rental income first, remedy then after tax cash flow second. First after-tax income from the property. Income a) gross income from the rentals Expenses b) mortgage interest c) depreciation (assume 80% of the purchase price is depreciable building, thus annual depreciation is purchase price * 80% / 27.5 years or about 2.9% of the purchase price) d) real estate taxes e) rent loss due to vacancy, tenant f) management fee g) maintenance fee h) insurance Income – expense would give you roughtly taxable rental income from the property. Assuming the rental bldg generates a (paper) loss, you can apply it towards your personal ordinary income and use it to reduce your ordinary income. If you show a rental profit, then you would have to pay at your marginal tax rate. Cash Flow: Annual Rental income – annual mortgage payment -/+ tax liability or tax benefit from owning this property. Add your own answer in the comments! Question by Anthony: Question about taking out a mortgage on a home? We plan on buying a home in about six months and we will be first time home buyers. We have enough saved up for a down payment and we were planning on paying off our cars loans which would takes us about 4-6 more months which is why we are waiting. Although we found a home for sale that we fell in love with, troche and our question is, for example: if we bought this home lets say within a month or so, but don’t move in for a few more months, is there something you can work out with a lender so you don’t have to make any payments till you move in. Or once you sign and bought the house, next month payment is yours? We haven’t talked to a mortgage lender yet because we weren’t planning on moving out no earlier than six months from now. Talking to a lender will be our next step, but I was just curious to know about this question. We have no other outstanding credit card debt. We don’t have to pay off our car loans we are just preferring to do so...

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Why is the Credit Score look at when applying for a job?

on Mar 20, 2013 in FHA Information | 5 comments

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News … says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… US mortgage refinance program on the up The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity. For more informaiton please visit here… Question by boss: How do I calculate a apartment building investment cash flow after taxes or before taxes? I am going to invest in a apartment building using a loan. Is it the noi-annual debt service-annual mortgage payments-the annual loan paybacks-income taxes? If this isn’t right, pharmacy then please provide the proper way of determining my actual annual profit after taxes or pre-tax. Best answer: Answer by fn0384You need to calculate the after-tax rental income first, remedy then after tax cash flow second. First after-tax income from the property. Income a) gross income from the rentals Expenses b) mortgage interest c) depreciation (assume 80% of the purchase price is depreciable building, thus annual depreciation is purchase price * 80% / 27.5 years or about 2.9% of the purchase price) d) real estate taxes e) rent loss due to vacancy, tenant f) management fee g) maintenance fee h) insurance Income – expense would give you roughtly taxable rental income from the property. Assuming the rental bldg generates a (paper) loss, you can apply it towards your personal ordinary income and use it to reduce your ordinary income. If you show a rental profit, then you would have to pay at your marginal tax rate. Cash Flow: Annual Rental income – annual mortgage payment -/+ tax liability or tax benefit from owning this property. Add your own answer in the comments! Question by Anthony: Question about taking out a mortgage on a home? We plan on buying a home in about six months and we will be first time home buyers. We have enough saved up for a down payment and we were planning on paying off our cars loans which would takes us about 4-6 more months which is why we are waiting. Although we found a home for sale that we fell in love with, troche and our question is, for example: if we bought this home lets say within a month or so, but don’t move in for a few more months, is there something you can work out with a lender so you don’t have to make any payments till you move in. Or once you sign and bought the house, next month payment is yours? We haven’t talked to a mortgage lender yet because we weren’t planning on moving out no earlier than six months from now. Talking to a lender will be our next step, but I was just curious to know about this question. We have no other outstanding credit card debt. We don’t have to pay off our car loans we are just preferring to do so...

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How long does the foreclosure process last and what are the stages? Is court first or are u just evicted?

on Mar 19, 2013 in HARP Refinance | Comments Off on How long does the foreclosure process last and what are the stages? Is court first or are u just evicted?

Keeping It Real: Underwater mortgage holders may be able to refinance The Home Affordable Refinance Program was announced in March 2009. It was designed by the government to help 5 million underwater or equity-challenged borrowers nationally. In October 2011, visit this discount in an effort to help more borrowers, story the loan-to-value … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News … says mortgage-bond trader Patrick Ahn. The Federal Housing Finance Agency will show in a report today how more borrowers, particularly those who are in negative equity, are taking advantage of the government's Home Affordable Refinance Program, … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… US mortgage refinance program on the up The US government effort to help struggling homeowners under the home affordability refinance program (HARP) nearly doubled in 2012 from 2011. Harp helps borrowers stuck in loans backed from Fannie and Freddie Mac and which are in negative equity. For more informaiton please visit here… Question by boss: How do I calculate a apartment building investment cash flow after taxes or before taxes? I am going to invest in a apartment building using a loan. Is it the noi-annual debt service-annual mortgage payments-the annual loan paybacks-income taxes? If this isn’t right, pharmacy then please provide the proper way of determining my actual annual profit after taxes or pre-tax. Best answer: Answer by fn0384You need to calculate the after-tax rental income first, remedy then after tax cash flow second. First after-tax income from the property. Income a) gross income from the rentals Expenses b) mortgage interest c) depreciation (assume 80% of the purchase price is depreciable building, thus annual depreciation is purchase price * 80% / 27.5 years or about 2.9% of the purchase price) d) real estate taxes e) rent loss due to vacancy, tenant f) management fee g) maintenance fee h) insurance Income – expense would give you roughtly taxable rental income from the property. Assuming the rental bldg generates a (paper) loss, you can apply it towards your personal ordinary income and use it to reduce your ordinary income. If you show a rental profit, then you would have to pay at your marginal tax rate. Cash Flow: Annual Rental income – annual mortgage payment -/+ tax liability or tax benefit from owning this property. Add your own answer in the comments! Question by Anthony: Question about taking out a mortgage on a home? We plan on buying a home in about six months and we will be first time home buyers. We have enough saved up for a down payment and we were planning on paying off our cars loans which would takes us about 4-6 more months which is why we are waiting. Although we found a home for sale that we fell in love with, troche and our question is, for example: if we bought this home lets say within a month or so, but don’t move in for a few more months, is there something you can work out with a lender so you don’t have to make any payments till you move in. Or once you sign and bought the house, next month payment is yours? We haven’t talked to a mortgage lender yet because we weren’t planning on moving out no earlier than six months from now. Talking to a lender will be our next step, but I was just curious to know about this question. We have no other outstanding credit card debt. We don’t have to pay off our car loans we are just preferring to do so...

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