Virtual andContent Aware Marketing
Content Aware and Virtual Real Estate Marketing
* Virtual Real Estate marketing is breaking the barriers to enhance opportunities using current technologies. By placing images and audio links within the property listing descriptions “video tours” and video home tours,” video and still photographs,” video content can be included along with the image or video filming. This allows a variety of images and video to be used for both the video description and video tours.
Tesco Community Media
Home Foreclosure Services
housing Maintenance Services
Home Building Services
Home Design Services
overexerous processes (e.g., transaction coordination with attorneys, property managers, and regulator agencies)
* Home builders and project contractors are using Virtual Real Estate which re-enables every element of the transaction from start to finish. This keeps construction workers, electricians, plumbers, HVAC, and other service providers on site for much of the day. It allows project expenses to be calculated accurately, so that the budget can be realistically managed while site works are going on. This has enabled builders, contractors and developers to keep construction workers on their verticals. This mitigates worker absenteeism and cuts waste, which in turn makes our communities healthier and more sustainable.
Forbearance:This is one of the most common of the adjustment mechanisms, used most commonly. Brandishing of the forbearance (which we would call the “ands toleration”) stipulation in the contract will allow the borrower to delay the payments for a short period, which might be as long as two months or longer. When interest are first taken in, the borrower may pay interest payments monthly or quarterly or even annually, but the monthly or quarterly or annual payments will be added to the principal. After the forbearance is in effect, the borrower will pay an additional payment to set a date for the repayment of the loan. This is not a borrower’s choice, but a contractual requirement of the contract.
sinks, or deferred interest payments
Homeowners insurance• Lenders do not usually require homeowners insurance if there is a LTV limited mortgage (or, the limit in which the percentage of mortgage differ from the property value). However, if the insurance premium is for the property and exceeds the agency level, the mortgage lenders may (but not always) require a co-payment of the premiums and a decline in interest rate that would result in a reduction to their yield. Caution:mortemOwner vs. Mortgage Insurance
Lenders monthly Photo currentOwner• Any property owner who is going into foreclosure which the lender erases, but hasn’t been eligible for a loan modification, may receive a new forbearance from the lender. This is different to separate forbearances, which are for separate properties.
Property Owner DirectlyWith the new forbearance agreement (as a result of the market shakeout) it is likely that some properties might be unable to decrease their principal to the required level. In some cases, the payment level might be MUCH higher.
The Third OptionDiscounted interests rates are pretty attractive on a new purchase, but the discount is contingent on all conditions being met. For example, the borrower must be Appeal Forbearance or Payments Avoidance to be eligible for the discount. The discount is also contingent on those homes meeting with minimum resale values, i.e., maximum loan to value. A borrower has a distinct advantage in a “Market Change” event, such as the housing crisis of 2007-2008, whereby values of relevant homes might decline significantly. But, borrowers should be aware that they aren’t making a profit on the deal if values have declined so far below what it costs to purchase the home, with a significant sales deposit on hand, paying for real estate tax, insurance, and property maintenance. In other words, the borrower is taking over the payments without actually seeing a haircut. Furthermore, short term financial market fluctuations will influence the value over time, and affect the borrower’s ability to obtain future financing.
Seller “Possesses PointsSpeaking of discount, this is the real deal with lenders. Any payment, other than for real estate taxes, insurance or maintenance of the property, that is a financial burden on the seller (which may be the lender) taking possession of the property. Usually, this is a percentage of sale price.