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How FHA-Insured Loans Can Help Homeowners Afford to Remodel How FHA-Insured Loans Can Help Homeowners Afford to Remodel

Using 203(k) loans and energy efficiency mortgages, homeowners who may not have the funding can still upgrade and remodel. More

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Sales Alchemy: Getting Prospects off the Dime Sales Alchemy: Getting Prospects off the Dime

Several remodelers offer suggestions such as offering bath packages, using seminars to sell, and offering financing to help prospects make the decision to remodel. More

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Tighter Lending Crimps Housing
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Are Lenders Restarting to Like Real Estate?
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As Lenders Hold Homes in Foreclosure, Sales Are Hurt
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Proposed Definition of Qualified Residential Mortgage Sets a High Standard

A 20% down payment and no debt delinquency for the last two years would be required to reach the mortgage industry's proposed gold standard. More

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Local Level: A Look at Some Specific Weatherization Programs Local Level: A Look at Some Specific Weatherization Programs

Local weatherization programs gear up to help homeowners finance energy-efficient upgrades. More

Renovation Loans: a Foreclosure Silver Lining
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Renovation Loans: a Foreclosure Silver Lining

Growth in FHA 203(k) renovation loan program points to new potential growth outlet... More

Lifelines of Credit: Cash-Strapped Remodelers Look to SBA, Other Lending Sources
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Lifelines of Credit: Cash-Strapped Remodelers Look to SBA, Other Lending Sources

The ARRA is encouraging more banks to participate in quick-turnaround SBA lending... More

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Remodelers and Lenders Discuss the Impact of, and Ways Around, the Credit Crunch

As lenders cut back the funds available to homeowners and businesses alike, remodelers embrace a new fiscal vigilanteism. More

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