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Real Estate Mortgages for Laforuche Parish: Jan. 25, 2014
http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20140124/NEWS20/140129706?Title=Real-Estate-Mortgages-for-Laforuche-Parish-Jan-25-2014
Houma Mortgage & Loan Inc; Mortgagor: April A Johnson, Marco Sierra; Lot 3 Blk A Meadowland; $20,163; Entry#1170253 on 1/7/2014. • Community Bank; Mortgagor: James B Miller Jr, Shantel I Darden; Sec 43 T17S-R18E; $44,070; Entry#1170258 on 

Ottawa to Ease Credit Union Transition to Federal Regulation
http://www.canadianmortgagetrends.com/canadian_mortgage_trends/2014/01/ottawa-to-ease-credit-union-transition-to-federal-regulation.html
From a mortgage standpoint, however, a move to federal rules would be a mixed bag. For one thing, it would put CUs that elect federal BC's Coast Capital and Ontario's Meridian Credit Union are two that have." Almost 1/3 of Canadians are credit

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_115.html
Beebalm Circle 421: DR Horton Inc. Gulf Coast to Heather A. Primeaux and Brent C. Bourgeois, $229,900. Camden Park Drive 406: Deborah Hanzo . Ozone Place, lot 39-A, square 346-A: HSBC Bank USA NA, as Trustee for Merrill Lynch Mortgage Investors Inc

Shaking Things Up
http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424053111903704404579334780442204564.html?mod=googlenews_barrons
Meryl, Eagle Capital's resident money-managing math whiz, dissects the prospects for four promising companies that she thinks have fallen unfairly out of favor. And Bill, chief of everything at bond behemoth Pimco, not only shares his insights into the 

You're the Boss Mortgage from Coast Capital Savings (Punjabi)

(Punjabi with subtitles) Our You're the Boss™ Mortgage is full of flexible features designed to put you in charge. Because saying hello to a ...

Grand Coast Capital Group Review

Grand Coast Capital Group expects you to have a proven track record in real estate investment experience in order to qualify for financing. If you can prove that you have a solid record of accomplishment with your previous real estate investments, you have a good chance of getting funded by Grand Coast Capital Group. Another main factor that the group considers when looking at how much to lend is the underlying value of the property. As is the case for most bridge financing, expect to provide collateral and give Grand Coast Capital Group first position for the lien. If you default on your loan, the lending group will have first priority to benefit from liquidation of your collateral.

Having the background that Grand Coast Capital Group requires is essential to getting a bridge loan mortgage from the company. Depending on your application, you can get funding starting at $100,000 and capping at $3 million. Loan-to-value ratios reach up to 75%. Interest rates vary based on your credit and type of loan you need, but they will typically range from 12% to 18%. You are required to pay a 20% down payment at the time of closing, as well as other legal, closing and due diligence costs. During the course of the loan, are only required to pay interest charges in monthly increments, with the full balance of the loan due at maturity. Typical loan terms start at three months and reach up to 24 months, and terms are based on the type and amount of loan needed.

Nathan Birch: Property investor denies mortgage default report

The Sydney investor, who now owns more than 200 properties and claims a net worth of $55 million, started with his first purchase at the age of 18, just around the corner.

Appearing on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program, Mr Birch and his mum sat down for a lamb roast with reporter Denham Hitchcock, who asked why, with all that money, he hadn’t bought his mum a mansion. “Because mum doesn’t want one,” she said. “My little house is fine, that’s what I always say.”

Mr Birch added that as his mum got older, he planned to build his large “dream home” where she would live with him. “Then I can get food like this cooked every day,” he said.

The 20-minute profile, which features Mr Birch taking a helicopter ride over the Gold Coast to survey his empire of properties — some of which have doubled in value since purchase — comes at a difficult time for his style of investing.

How would you fix this economy?

Here are my ideas. What are yours?

1) Small scale lending must be nationalized. The "free market" has little interest in lending to individuals and small businesses.