Later, when companies tried to sugarcoat the negative amortization feature and mass market it, they nicknamed it “The Pick-a-Payment Loan.” That's because
each month you can choose to make the minimum payment, a partial payment, ...
Author: Carolyn Warren
Publisher: FT Press
Category: Business & Economics
Everything you thought you knew about financing a house has changed. Your future depends on knowing today’s mortgage and credit realities: Relying on older information could cost you a fortune or keep you from buying a house altogether. In Homebuyers Beware: Who’s Ripping You Off Now? – What You Must Know About the New Rules of Mortgage and Credit, Carolyn Warren reveals the new realities of home financing and shows exactly how to take advantage of them, whether you’re buying your first home, refinancing, struggling with imperfect credit, or planning to invest in real estate. Homebuyers Beware reveals new secrets homebuyers simply can’t afford to miss and exposes new scams that target today’s eager consumers--including new loans that look great on paper but are every bit as dangerous as yesterday’s subprimes. Unlike other mortgage guides, this book fully reflects today’s radically new mortgage requirements, in addition to the latest federal housing legislation and how to improve your credit rating. Warren covers topics from real estate negotiation, to powerful tips on getting lower interest rates, to avoiding bogus junk fees, and everything in between: · High-tech “smoke and mirrors” that can trick you into overpaying · Quick, easy, powerful ways to fix your credit · Uncovering the costly secrets of the Yield Spread Premium · The latest laws and credit rules and what they mean to you · New plans for recovering from bad credit, foreclosures, or short sales “Carolyn Warren is my go-to expert for mortgage industry information. She not only helps you avoid rip-offs, she helps you know what questions to ask and how to ask them. Full of tips, scripts, and sample letters, Homebuyers Beware is an extremely valuable book that I recommend to all my readers!” --Alison Rogers, “Ask the Agent” columnist, CBS Moneywatch.com “In this fun-to-read volume, mortgage industry insider Carolyn Warren tells you what real estate cheats and mortgage scammers do NOT want you to know: the tricks, the deceptions, and the outright frauds that would otherwise add thousands, maybe tens of thousands of dollars to your mortgage. Get it. Read it. And take it to the mortgage broker with you. You’ll be glad you did!” --Clayton Makepeace, The Total Package, Makepeacetotalpackage.com “In Homebuyers Beware, Carolyn Warren directs her keen eye at the mortgage and credit markets in the wake of the housing bubble. With an insider’s knowledge, plenty of interesting anecdotes, and helpful reference information, Warren is a cheerful teacher leading readers down the path to homeownership and pointing out pitfalls along the way.” --Ben Meyer, InternetBrands.com
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Seller (D) Mass. Sup ... This well-known case is an example of the common-law
doctrine of caveat emptor (let the buyer beware). ... Consider, for example, that
after the present case potential home buyers in Massachusetts will be forced to
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In contrast , with respect to homebuyers , the rule was caveat emptor , “ let the
buyer beware . " In most home ... The general rule has become “ let the sellers
and their agents beware . ... At one extreme is a recent Massachusetts case . A
Author: Gary W. Eldred
Category: Business & Economics
Based upon scores of interviews with real estate agents, home builders, mortgage lenders and recent homebuyers, this user-friendly book guarantees a smooth and successful home purchasing experience by demonstrating the mistakes made by others. Each mistake is self-contained and includes a lesson, illustration and, when appropriate, a preventative technique.
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In Massachusetts sellers must test their homes for urea formaldehyde foam
insulation. In California real estate agents must visually inspect ... It's called “
puffery.” Beware of Puffery “This is a great neighborhood. You're really getting a
Author: Gary W. Eldred
Category: Business & Economics
All the information first-time homebuyers need to understand and avoid the 106 common mistakes in purchasing a home or condo . . . Written especially for first-timers, this eye-opening guide turns you into an educated consumer, ensuring that the home or condo you buy is both a comfortable place to live and an investment that steadily appreciates in value. Compiled from the experiences of hundreds of homebuyers, real estate agents, home builders, and mortgage lenders, it alerts you to the 106 common mistakes in home buying, illustrates them in practice, and shows how to prevent them from happening to you. Now revised and expanded, this invaluable resource covers everything from negotiating with sellers and making the down payment to shopping for the best mortgage and handling the closing. Discover how to save time, money, and frustration by avoiding: Mistake No. 20: We thought we could make higher returns investing in stocks. Mistake No. 36: The sellers named the price, we named the terms. Mistake No. 72: We thought our agent represented us. Mistake No. 74: We didn't know we could withdraw our offer. Mistake No. 83: We pushed to get the absolute best deal we could. Mistake No. 105: We didn't buy. We were afraid of making a mistake. Written by one of the nation's leading real estate experts and packed with hundreds of valuable tips and suggestions, The 106 Common Mistakes Homebuyers Make, Second Edition is the book to have for a smooth, successful, and emotionally rewarding homebuying experience.
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The market place cannot become a lawless place where only the buyer has to beware. ... the most meager alternative to the great mass of the American
population that cannot afford homes bearing 9% mortgages,” ... “The
Administration is apparently intent on sending the homebuyer out in the market to
compete with the big ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service
But a buyer who has had no experience to teach him what to beware of needs
better advice than he now gets . " He can't ... If the home - building industry grabs
for big , quick profits and neglects the huge market for good homes at low cost ; if
it allows home buyers to assume inordinate risk of ... Representative HERTER , of Massachusetts , recently back from a European study of UNRRA , is offering
Author: United States. Congress
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To be paid by the builder prior to closing , the premiums also will serve to protect
the home buyer in the event the builder goes bankrupt or is otherwise unable to
meet its ... The caveat of let the buyer beware ' has long been connected with the
sale of housing , " Senator Hart complains . ... Among this group were builder
associations in Delaware , Illinois , Maryland , Massachusetts , New Hampshire ,
... The Case of the Unwary Home Buyer : The Housing Merchant Did It , ” 52
CORNELL L . Q . 835 ( 1967 ) ; “ Extension of ... 926A at 818 ( 3d Ed . 1963 ) ;
Maldonado , “ Builder Beware : Strict Tort Liability for Mass - produced Housing , ”
1973 ) ( holding that a real estate agent ' s requirement that African - American home buyers either bring the agent additional business or ... See Let the Home Buyer Beware , Black ENTERPRISE , Aug . ... DeLeo , 540 N . E . 2d 691 ( Mass .
Author: Larry A. DiMatteo
This book reviews and critiques some of the major theories of contract law. The theories of contract law selected for coverage include law and economics, behavioral decision theory, inequality of bargaining power, law as interpretation (idealism), and critical legal theory. Chapters 2 through 4 examine the use of the themes of rationality and efficiency to rationalize contract law. Chapters 5 and 6 analyze the role of bargaining power in contract law. Chapters 7 and 8 analyze the idealism of Karl N. Llewellyn and Ronald Dworkin that advances the proposition that law is able to obtain internal integrity through a process of theory building. Chapter 9 explores the major tenets of Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, and Feminist Legal Theory. Chapter 9 also acts as a capstone chapter in that it incorporates much of the analysis provided in the earlier chapters. New theoretical insights into more specific areas of interest are provided, such as the problems of rational choice theory, bargaining power, theory of interpretation, and the use of contextualism as a positive methodology of critical legal theory. In the end, the book should be viewed as a series of independent essays under the very broad umbrella of contract theory.