Consumer Articles: Week in Review July 13th, 2008
Newly Written Articles
How to Buy a Bargain Property, a discussion of what sorts of properties to look for.
Buying Your Final Home: Payment versus the Rate/Cost Tradeoff, in which I discuss why you want to pay attention to the real cost of the loan, not the payment - even when you're never going to pay it off.
What to Beware in Third Party Services, talking about kickbacks and the lengths some agents will go to.
What Happens To Equity During and After Foreclosure?, talking about how the equity you may have thought you had will evaporate during the foreclosure process.
What to Do When Your Loan is Declined is a look into the process that many loan providers use as a bait and switch technique.
What Happens To Equity During and After Foreclosure?, a discussion of what it will cost you to allow the foreclosure to proceed instead of selling the property yourself.
Vampire Properties, discussing the property with beautiful surfaces that lures buyers in, only to discover the rotten substructure after they have bought.
Once again, I do apologize for only two new articles this last week. That was not the plan. Unfortunately, my tooth had other plans.
I still don't have the tooth pulled, but as of late last night, it seemed like the antibiotic had finally caught up to the infection, and the pain went down a lot over a couple of hours. It still hurts, even with pain killers, but it's not like being actively and continuously stabbed any longer. I'm going to try moving down to the Vicodin the general dentist gave me today instead of Percocet, and maybe I won't be quite so out of it, so maybe I can write something.
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