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HOW PROPERTY TAXES IN CALIFORNIA WORK

HOW PROPERTY TAXES IN CALIFORNIA WORK

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The property tax is the oldest major revenue source for state and local governments. At the start of the 20th century, property taxes represented 8 percent of state and local tax income. While this proportion has decreased over time as states have implemented income and sales taxes, the property tax remains an important mechanism for funding education and other local facilities. In addition to state income taxes, a person who owns real estate is subject to state real estate taxes.

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MORTGAGE CHOICES AVAILABLE FOR SELF EMPLOYED BUYERS!

MORTGAGE CHOICES AVAILABLE FOR SELF EMPLOYED BUYERS!

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The best mortgage choices available for self-employed buyers today are bank statement loans. This program was introduced specifically to help those who have the challenges of qualifying based upon the net income on their tax returns. The best real estate agent in California like Izabella Lipetski can help you buying a new home or get on rent.

Rather than using tax returns, lenders will require you to provide anywhere from 12-24 months of bank statement deposits as proof of income.

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WHAT CREDIT SCORE DO YOU NEED FOR A MORTGAGE?

WHAT CREDIT SCORE DO YOU NEED FOR A MORTGAGE?

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There is some misconception that you need a minimum credit score to get a mortgage. However, each lender will view your credit history differently, counting on factors like your age, income, and therefore the reference agencies they use, which all have slightly different scoring systems. Here is everything you need to understand about your credit score and mortgages.

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