Jb Reed | Bloomberg | Getty Images The number of borrowers in coronavirus-related mortgage relief programs fell for the second straight week, as cities began to reopen and some Americans went back to work. There are 4.66 million borrowers in government or private-sector forbearance programs, representing 8.8% of all active mortgages, according to Black Knight,
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Watch this video now on my take on real estate investing during this recession coming in 2020. Among massive levels a chaos and fear the likes of which have never been seen before there is uncertainty everywhere concerning what will unfold in the future. Fear however is not a good place to make decisions especially
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This week we are in Mount Olympus neighborhood of Hollywood Hills and touring our good buddy Max Albert`s (@maxthedeveloper) latest flip property. Follow Me, Mikey and Trey on Instagram: @EnesYilmazerLA – @AyersWorld – @TreyHasPride Check out our previous tour with Max: Interested in buying or selling your property in Los Angeles? Or if you any
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The recently renewed push to privatize mortgage enterprises Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae could spur … [+] higher interest rates, limited mortgage products and higher down payments, if the process is successful. The Washington Post via Getty Images The recent renewal of the efforts to release the government-backed mortgage buyers Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae
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The pandemic has turned everyone’s world upside down-including the Flipsters! They were smack dab in the middle of their latest project- the Chateau Garbage – when the global pandemic hit. Will they be able to wrap their project in time? What will happen to the real estate market in Austin? Will they be able to
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Photo: Getty VUCA, like all good acronyms, was coined by the U.S. military, and stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Corporate real estate has largely been stuck in VUCA, forgoing forward-thinking trends in the age of accelerations for dated strategies that are largely linear, long-term and inflexible, making them particularly ill-prepared for the rapidly
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