YOUR FIRST HOME LOAN: 7 TIPS FOR SUCCESS
SHOULD I APPLY FOR A MORTGAGE WITH BAD CREDIT?
PRE-QUALIFIED VS. PRE-APPROVED: WHAT’S THE KEY?
MORTGAGES FOR MILLENNIALS- YOUNG BUYERS FINALLY SAYING YOLO!
MORTGAGE TYPES: WHICH IS BEST FOR YOU?
REVISED GUIDELINES MAKE REVERSE MORTGAGES MORE ATTRACTIVE
Reverse mortgages are finally getting the attention and respect they are due as a financial planning tool for seniors. The reverse mortgage concept allows a borrower, typically a retiree with no existing mortgage, to leverage the equity in their home with a loan that has deferred payments until the borrower dies or sells the home. The interest is a .....POSTED ON October 3, 2017
REALIZE THE HOME BUYING PROCESS
When you're buying your first home, you are going through such an exciting and stressful time. Buying a home is a huge commitment, and you constantly worry that you might be making a mistake. Though you've undoubtedly done your fair share of research, there are still a few things that you might not know about the home buying process.You Don't Alway .....POSTED ON October 3, 2017
PURCHASING A MANUFACTURED HOME MADE SIMPLE!
Buying and financing a manufactured home isn’t really any different than buying any other type of primary residence. Yes, there are a few things that are different, primarily making sure the manufactured home is built to proper specifications as well as the foundation and attachment is up to lender standards, but beyond the structure, purchasing a .....POSTED ON October 3, 2017
MORTGAGE LOANS ARE NOT AS SCARY AS THEY SEEM
Let’s face it, every industry has its own set of terms that are used pretty much exclusively within that industry and the mortgage industry is no different. The word “mortgage” alone is derived from the Latin word “mortis” which loosely means “dead” and a French term “gage” which is a pledge. Put together and a mortgage is a pledge to pay the lende .....POSTED ON October 3, 2017
MONEY TIED UP IN MORTGAGE PAYMENTS? LOOKED AT HARP LATELY?
As the economy was struggling to regain its footing toward the end of the last decade, Congress passed the initial Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP, to help homeowners refinance their mortgages and thus reducing their monthly payments even though they owed more than their home was currently worth. Conventional refinance guidelines ask tha .....POSTED ON September 29, 2017