Home Buying and Financing 101: Save Thousands

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AuthorHouse, Jun 5, 2008 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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This book is a MUST READ for anyone who may be considering Buying a Home and Understanding the Financial details and implicatons of financing their new home with various loan programs that are available in the Mortgage Lending Industry. Because of Mr. Kovach's extensive dealings with the Real Estate Industry, he realized a major need for a Professional Instructional Home Buying and Financial Informational Book that would fill a major gap that currently exists in the Mortgage Loan Industry throughout the United States by educating Mortgage Loan Consultants, Loan Officers and other Lenders in the loan business, thereby allowing them the opportunity to learn and gain the knowledge that is required in order to be able to assist their home buyers and loan clients without recommending loan programs that would hurt, jeopardize or force their clients into foreclosures. Furthermore, Mr. Kovach also realized the need for the General Home Buying Public that would allow equal opportunity for the First Time Homebuyers, as well as, the Seasoned Professional Real Estate Investors to become educated and knowledgeable in understanding exactly what goes on in a Real Estate Transaction. Likewise, Mr. Kovach also saw the need for the General Home Buying Public to have the opportunity to understand the inner-workings of the various loan programs that they may be offered by the Mortgage Loan Industry. Therefore, and with extensive research and evaluation, the development of "HOME BUYING AND FINANCING 101," which was originally designed to train and educate Real Estate Agents and Loan Officers, but has now been rewritten to include and benefit the General Home Buying Public with the same information that is being taught to the Real Estate and Financing Professionals.

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Mark Kovach is a retired loan officer, and the foremost leading authority in the United States and beyond on the negative adjustable home loan. His current mission is to help the American people regain their financial footing based on the insights that he and his wife gained in order to retire for the rest of their lives. The author has a master's degree in business administration with a major in business finance. Today, he and his wife enjoy a carefree lifestyle in Texas, where they do anything they want to do whenever they want to do it.

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