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What’s Your Financing Plan?

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 11:15 pm in Probate Loans and Financing by .

Many of our borrowers have no experience being in charge of an estate or trust and have not given much thought to a plan. We want to help you make your job easier. Begin with the end in mind If you’ve already watched the Probate Fiduciary MortgageSM video or read the article, you know that […]

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Choosing a Lender

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 11:10 pm in Probate Loans and Financing by .

Choosing a Qualified Probate Fiduciary Mortgage Lender If you’re the fiduciary (executor, administrator or trustee) of an estate or trust and have a financing plan in mind, you’re now about to decide on a mortgage lender. Making loans to probate estates and trusts is a specialty lender market. There are only a couple of these […]

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Trusts Explained

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 at 4:59 pm in General Articles, Probate Loans and Financing by .

In today’s world of busy probate courts and death taxes, the living trust has become a common manner of holding title to real property. The following may help you understand a few of the requirements of the title insurance industry if title to property is conveyed to the trustee of a living trust. Q: What […]

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Conservator & Guardian Loans

Posted on Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 at 4:35 pm in Probate Loans and Financing by .

Conservator & Guardian Loans How Conservators and Guardians can use untapped real estate equity to provide timely cash liquidity More and more, Attorneys are seizing upon using mortgage financing. Clearly, the financing concept has taken root and become an acceptable practice. Faced with the very real prospect of being forced to sell their family home […]

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