A Funny Way to Remember When Property Taxes are Due

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There are simple things in life that you just never forget. Like tying your shoes and riding a bike.

Then there are those very important things that you should not forget. Like paying your mortgage and property taxes.

Let’s face it and be real with ourselves. Taxes are an ongoing responsibility of real estate ownership and it doesn’t matter whether you have a mortgage loan on your property or you own it free and clear. As the famous Benjamin Franklin so gently put it, taxes are one of those things we simply cannot avoid.

Mailbag: Loans for People with a Previous Bankruptcy, Short Sale, or Foreclosure

Scenario / Question:

“Hello ARC Capital”,

I am trying to find ways to help some of my clients…

Some of my clients are probably ready to buy at this time. Others have had a foreclosure, short sale and /or bankruptcy in the past 1,2,3 years.

I do not know if there is a possibility for them. Could you please help me and my clients get some information and possibilities and/or hope?

Thank you for your attention.”

(Submitted by a real estate agent)

Answer:

Buying a Property Based on After-Repair Value (ARV) Using a Private Money Loan

Get More From Private Money Blog Learn About After Repair Value… Want to learn more about Alternative Money Loans and buying an investment property based on After Repair Value? The links below will help you save you time, money, and stress… Private Money 101 Articles Frequently Asked Questions No Obligation Pre-Approval

How a Woman Got a Loan After Learning Her House Was Built Without Permits

  Get More From Private Money Blog… Want to learn more about Private Money Loans? The links below will help you save you time, money, and stress… Get a Copy of Your Free E-Book: “How to Get Quick Funding When Banks Won’t Lend” Private Money 101 Articles Frequently Asked Questions No Obligation Pre-Approval

How to Buy an Investment Property Based on ARV: After-Repair Value

Todd Wilson explains how real estate investors are able to acquire (purchase) a property and finance the costs of the rehab based on the after-repair value. (ARV) This is for short-term real estate deals where the investor will fix up the property and flip it for a quick sale and profit. More From Private Money

Sonoma County Home Values for June 2014

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Median Home Prices for June 2014 (Single Family Homes)

According to the Bay Area Real Estate Information Services, the median home prices for single family homes in Sonoma County increased to $498,000 for the month of June.

That’s a 14.5% increase in prices from June of 2013!  You can see the breakdown by city below.

Funded: $271,000 Private Money Loan in San Francisco, CA

San Francisco, CA Loan Summary: 668 Square Foot Single-Family Home 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $271,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 60% Loan-to-Value Investment Property (Non-Owner Occupied) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you

Funded: $135,000 Private Money Loan in Vallejo, CA (Solano County)

Vallejo, CA – Solano County Loan Summary: 1,344 Square Foot Townhome 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom $135,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 60% Loan-to-Value The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you get a better

Funded: $130,000 Private Money Loan in Sacramento, CA (Sacramento County)

Sacramento, CA – Sacramento County Loan Summary: 1,152 Square Foot Single Family Home 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $130,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 65% Loan-to-Value Investment Purpose (Non-Owner Occupied) The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios

Funded: $100,000 Private Money Loan in Concord, CA (Contra Costa County)

Concord, CA – Contra Costa County Loan Summary: 810 Square Foot Condominium 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom $100,000 Loan Amount (1st Mortgage) 57% Loan-to-Value The Funded Loans series is designed to give you a better idea of actual transactions we have recently closed. We hope the examples of different loan scenarios will help you get a