America's real estate market remained robust even during the recession of 2001-2002 and demand is expected to increase. Research reveals that consumers are jumping on the real estate bandwagon like never before, both as investors and as homebuyers. Financing is a critical factor in structuring real estate deals and both beginners and pros alike are hungry for information about all the options. Author William Bronchick presents a comprehensive picture of exactly what's available. He outlines how to understand the mortgage loan market, including the advantages and disadvantages of various types of mortgages; which mortgages make the most sense, depending on the investor's particular situation; and legal and ethical alternative real estate financing methods, including contracts for deed and lease/options. The book also includes sample forms, letters, policies and procedures and is in the insider's guide to traditional and creative real estate financing.
William Bronchick collaborates on real estate investing workshops and has worked on numerous investment deals. Bronchick, who since 1994 has served as president of the Colorado Association of Real Estate Investors, is a licensed real estate attorney, the author of several books and articles about real estate investing, and a frequent media spokesperson about that subject. To learn more about William Bronchick, visit his website at www.legalwiz.com .