Billionaires around the world are investing millions to become patrons of art.
The FHA is tightening the screws on borrowers again. Borrowers will be rejected for an FHA mortgage if they have an account over $1,000 in dispute or collection. The new rule went into effect April 1. If the disputed debt is more than 2 years old, borrowers won’t have a problem securing an FHA mortgage.
Have you heard about the Indianapolis businessman who surrendered his luxury car collection as a means of paying off investors who lost money in his finance company? Tim Durham, owner of Fair Finance Co., has not been charged with a crime, but U.S. District Attorney Tim Morrison in Indianapolis alleges he’s involved in a Ponzi