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Real Estate Investing: Why Paying Cash (or Putting Too Much Down) Could be a 6-figure Mistake

Most buyers who just won the lottery, received a large inheritance, or are fortunate enough to have enough cash decide that they want to pay cash for their home for the convenience of not having a monthly mortgage payment. However that convenience is costing those buyers nearly $5000 per month — over $200,000 over 20 years! Here is an explanation.

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Buy to Let Mortgages: Long Term Investment on the Concrete Structure

Buy to let mortgage market was worth £21.8 billion in 2004 and accounted to 38.2 % of commercial market in the same year. The buy to let market has grown more than any market as a whole – which is remarkable. Such a strong market spells nothing but benefit to mortgage hopeful. Buy to let mortgage was a constructive effort by The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) to encourage growth in the private rented sector.

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