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The Koch Brothers Are Sitting on a Real Estate Empire Worth Hundreds of Millions…With Homes in Aspen and Vail
Billionaire brothers Charles Koch and the late David Koch became known for their financial support of conservative and arts causes. But they, and their two brothers, Bill and Frederick, quietly built another legacy: hundreds of millions of dollars worth of high-end real estate. The four brothers
You’re Never Too Old to Apply for a Mortgage Retirees with fixed incomes might still qualify for home loans no matter their age. Here’s how.
Mary Babinski, a senior loan officer with Motto Mortgage Champions in Trinity, Fla., recently wrote a 30-year loan for a retiree buying a home in New Port Richey. He had no problem qualifying, but he was surprised he could nonetheless. Why the amazement? Because he was 97 years old, Ms. Babinski
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The Presentation of Offers and the Acceptance of Offers are two separate phases of the offer process. Yet so many professionals confuse and commingle the rules when it comes to these very separate and distinctly different aspects. Sometimes Listing Agents Say Things Like: "I am not presenting
Copyright: wirojsid123RF Stock Photo.jpg Consumers are encouraged to check their credit reports once per year. The primary reason for doing so is to make sure there aren't any mistakes. Unfortunately, credit reports are prone to contain mistakes. It's not really the fault of the three main credit
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