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How to Buy Repossessed Properties
How to Invest In REITs
What is a Reverse Mortgage?
How to Invest in a Construction Project Overseas: Mezzanine Loans and Equity Partnerships Explained
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What is a Repossessed Property? For the investor seeking to buy into residential real estate in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, one avenue is the purchase of a repossessed property. This means a home whose former owner has defaulted on the mortgage loan, obliging the lender to go through a legal process which has ended in foreclosure of the owner’s i...
If you’re considering investing in publicly-traded real estate investment trusts – REITs – there is the need first to understand the nature of the investment and then to sort through what at first sight is a bewildering array of possibilities, processes which may be daunting to some. In this piece, we take a look at what a REIT is and at th...
A reverse mortgage or HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) is a loan product designed to give homeowners over the age of 62 the option to benefit from equity accumulated in their primary residential property. While reverse mortgages are primarily considered as a means to providing retirees of low income cover uninsured health care or monthly living expense...
With increasing fervor, foreign buyers are flocking to invest in construction and redevelopment projects, also known as value-added projects, rather than simple rental businesses. In fact, across Europe, the proportion of investors opting for value-added projects surged from 22% in 2012 to an astounding 47% in 2016, according to the Europ...