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 How to Cover Yourself in a Mortgagee Sale?

Answer If you're buying a mortgagee property, it pays to be aware of what might go wrong with your "bargain" buy. This article explains what to look out for.
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Can a nonsupervised mortgagee broker an FHA loan?

Nonsupervised mortgagees may broker FHA loans provided that they are registered and approved with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a mortgagee broker. The specifics on... Read More »
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What is a mortgagee on home insurance policy?

Your mortgage company. They are your mortgagee and you are a mortgagor.
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What Is the Procedure for Closing a for Sale by Owner House Sale?

Some homeowners choose to market and sell their home without the use of a realtor. The process for buying and closing on a for sale by owner home is not difficult, but requires help from profession... Read More »
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