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http://www.bearealestatemillionairenow.com Watch Dean Graziosi explain how to become a Real Estate Millionaire. This lesson talks about Fair Market Value. Watch it now!
9 Apr 2009
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Houses below fair market value, discounted for rehabbers, landlords and instant equity for homeowners. Buyforclosuresonline.wmv
5 Mar 2010
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http://www.balboacapital.com As a business owner, you need to know about different types of equipment leasing programs that are available for you. Balboa Capital created this Metacafe video to teach about the benefits of a Fair Market Value (FMV) lease, also known as a True Lease. A FMV lease provides several flexible options at the conclusion of the agreement, and is a great option for business owners who use equipment that quickly depreciate in value. A FMV is just one of the programs that Balboa Capital provides for small and medium-sized businesses. To learn more, visit our website today.
9 Nov 2012
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http://www.balboacapital.com This YouTube video by Balboa Capital explains many of the differences between a Dollar Buyout lease and a Fair Market Value (FMV) lease. A Dollar Buyout lease allows you the option of purchasing the leased equipment for $1 at the end of the lease agreement. At the end of a FMV lease, the lessee can return the equipment, renew the terms, or purchase the equipment for its fair market value. Understanding the differences between the two will allow your business to save more when leasing equipment.
10 Nov 2012
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http://www.bayareawholesalehomes.info , below market value, san francisco bay area homes, houses, rentals, instant equity, discounted properties for rehabbers, landlords and property owners who want instant equity.
13 Sep 2009
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http://www.bayareawholesalehomes.info , below market value, san francisco bay area homes, houses, rentals, instant equity, discounted properties for rehabbers, landlords and property owners who want instant equity
9 Mar 2010
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Each year more than 5 million vehicles are totaled by insurance companies. Unfortunately, thousands of these vehicles are sold each year at salvage auctions, rebuilt and reenter the market with clean titles, so consumers, wholesale auto auctions and dealers may have no way to learn about the total loss. Senior lawmakers, led by Sen. Trent Lott (R Miss and Rep. Cliff Stearns R FL have introduced legislation to ensure that totaled and flood damaged vehicles Katrina cars for instance are permanently red flagged so that used car buyers--consumers and auto retailers--can make more informed decisions about the safety and fair market value of a used vehicle. The National Automobile Dealers Association NADA and a coalition comprised of automakers, service organizations and others, have been working to build bipartisan support for legislation requiring insurers to make total-loss data available to the public. Insurance companies already collect total loss disclosure information, but do not provide this valuable information to consumers. This information, plus the reason for the total loss flood, collision, stolen, etc., the date of total loss, the odometer reading on that date, and whether or not the airbag deployed, could be easily disseminated through vehicle history providers. This total loss information would make vehicle history reports more timely and complete. For more information, please visit: NADA.org
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3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 bth house on the Tosa/Milw border. A Fantastic value, priced $21K under fair market value...for a private showing, call Chris Anderson at 414-795-4023, or email CandersonKregMail.com
15 Jan 2008
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For more, read The Playbook: http://www.politico.com/playbook James finally scores a sweet hotel room, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton debate, and Ron Paul raises enough money to buy James’ hotel room at fair market value.
2 Feb 2008
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At Rightway, we offer capital equipment leases (lease-to-own), TRAC leases (lower interest rate, but lender takes depreciation), and operating leases (fair-market-value at termination) from $5,000 to $3 million. Whatever the lease, it will almost certainly increase your cash flow significantly. Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Jun 2008
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Learn how to interview a lead, calculate repairs, determine Fair Market Value, do a financial analysis, and exit strategies. Attend free networking events and view/post all your listings. Go to FreeDealCalculator.com
12 Nov 2008
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Not sure what to do with old wedding rings, estate jewelry or broken chains? I got CASH to sell my diamonds, gold, silver, platinum and more! With over 80 years experience in the business, we want our customers to have a pleasant experience, and get fair market value for their unwanted or broken jewelry. See how easy it is to get CASH for your gold in this video.
11 Feb 2009
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Baltimore MD - USA Discounted Homes. If you are a future homeowner or investor looking for a great deal on next home that is well below fair market value, check out http://www.USADiscountedHomes.info were there’s lots of Real Estate for Sale.
29 Nov 2009
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Is it true? The Lenders will not accept an offer that is below fair market value. Get the answers at http://ocforeclosureoptions.com/short-sales/
23 Dec 2009
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http://ocforeclosureoptions.com Lenders will never accept $40,000 on a $100,000 loan? Never say never! It all depends on the situation and even more importantly, how your agent frames the hardship and sets up the file. Most agents think that the banks care about loss severity a lot more than they actually do. Now don’t get us wrong, the banks do care about loss severity a lot. $40,000 recovery on a $100,000 loan is a loss severity of 60%, and that is taken very seriously. The bank originally put up $100,000 for the mortgage and they aren’t going to walk away with only 45% of it without doing their homework. The lower-level bank employees who set up your files and take your agents calls are not going to be able to approve a loss severity of that magnitude. You are lucky that those lower level bank employees aren’t the ones with the final say. Unfortunately, they are the roadblock that you have to get over or around in order to get to a senior loss mitigator or AVP who understands math and can make a decision on the file. If your agent can convince a higher level mitigator at the bank that your offer has merit and reflects current market value, there are many cases where the bank will accept a significant loss severity… even one as high as 60% in first position. The degree of loss severity a bank is willing to accept all depends on the situation, and again …this can’t be stressed enough…how your agent presents the file and hardship. Consider a property that has a fair market value of $45,000, but whose owners owe $100,000. No matter which way you look at it, the lender is going to be out a significant portion of their initial investment. In this case, they might accept an offer of $40,000 to avoid the hassle and uncertainty of letting the house go into foreclosure and then having to resell it as an REO. First position liens rarely see a loss severity as high as 50%, although it definitely does happen. However, a loss severity of 99% is not uncommon in second position or other junior liens. If you’re not sure how to package your file and hardship and accurately present the numbers to a senior loss mitigator, contact us at OCForeclosureOptions.com and we’ll connect you with an agent in your area with the right amount of knowledge, the right amount of experience and the right tools to get your short sale closed the right way. If you've been told by agents and others that your bank won't accept a lower offer, contact us at OCForeclosureOptions.com and we'll connect you with an agent in your area with the right amount of knowledge, the right amount of experience and the right tools to get your short sale closed the right way. Be protected and get access to the best real estate agents in your area. whether you're doing a short sale or not. ........................................ ....................... Short Sale Short Sales Foreclosure Help Short Sale Help Short Sale Tips Short Sale Rules Short Sale Guidelines Foreclosure Rules Foreclosure Guidelines Foreclosure Options Stop Foreclosure Mortgage Payment Credit Problems Short Sale Rules
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The highest offer is not always the best offer for the seller to take. Make sure you are listing your home for sale as close as possible to a fair market value. Do not accept an offer that you think is not going to appraise without negotiating for the removal of the appraisal contingency. For more information on Short Sales and north Scottsdale Real Estate visit http://www.North-ScottsdaleRealEstate.com
13 Feb 2010
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