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FIRST TIME BUYER? THINK FHA
By far, more first time home buyers choose the FHA mortgage loan to buy and finance a home. There are other loan types out there, but the FHA program is the favorite choice for those buying a first home. Why is that? There are few reasons and if you’re thinking of buying your first home, here’s why FHA loans are a good choice for you.Low Down Payme .....POSTED ON September 29, 2017
Buy an Investment Property with the Equity in Your Home
Homeowners today are enjoying the increased equity in their home. After several years of price deflation in most parts of the country now not only has that lost equity returned it’s still gaining. This means homeowners have easy access to that equity to do with whatever they please. And one place to use this equity is to take advantage of risin .....POSTED ON September 29, 2017
GETTING A VA IRRRL LOAN
If you’re one of the fortunate that has VA home loan eligibility, here’s both a “congratulations” as well as a “thank you.” Congratulations for being eligible for the best zero down home loan in the marketplace and thank you for your service to this country. Even though there is no down payment required for the VA home loan to buy and finance a hom .....POSTED ON September 29, 2017
FLEXIBILITY OF FHA LOANS
Do you want to finance a home with as little money down as possible yet still have a competitive interest rate? There are three basic options for those who want to come to the closing table with as little money as possible and they are all government-backed. VA loans don’t require a down payment but are reserved for veterans, active duty personnel, .....POSTED ON September 29, 2017
DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
First time home buyers soon find they’ll need to save up some cash for a down payment on a home but may also be somewhat surprised at the amount of closing costs involved. Closing costs aren’t overwhelming by any means but buyers soon discover there is more to save than just for the down payment. Even for zero down payment loans such as VA and USDA .....POSTED ON September 27, 2017