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?
Getting a Mortgage For a Manufactured Home
April 12, 2017Manufactured housing construction has come a long way since its early days when manufactured homes were referred to as mobile homes and indeed were very mobile. There were wheels attached to the home and the unit wasn’t necessarily permanently attached to a foundation. If the owner wanted to, the unit could be hitched to an automo .....POSTED ON April 12, 2017
How to Combine Two Mortgages Into One- And Why
April 11, 2017There are times when refinancing makes sense and it may make a lot of sense when it’s determined that refinancing a first mortgage makes sense on its own but financing an outstanding second lien can make the decision even better. What are the differences between first, second and even third liens? What are they and what is the imp .....POSTED ON April 11, 2017
Mortgage Pre-Approval: Understanding the Process
April 10, 2017There are a couple of terms in the mortgage industry that sound familiar and while many think the terms are interchangeable they’re not. Those two terms are pre-qualification and pre-approval. Similar, but different. But it’s important to understand the basic difference between the two terms and while they cover the same aspects o .....POSTED ON April 10, 2017
Ways to Use a Cash Out Refinance
April 7, 2017As property values continue to rise and homeowners are discovering their overall financial profile keeps improving. Homeowner equity is the difference between what is owed on the mortgage and the current appraised value of the property. As homeowners pay down the mortgage balance more equity is created. So too is equity created sim .....POSTED ON April 7, 2017
How Does a Streamline Refinance Work?
April 6, 2017When talking to your loan officer about your options there will be conventional and government-backed loans. Conventional loans are those underwritten to guidelines established by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and are the most common. Government-backed loans include VA, FHA and USDA home loans and offer low or no-down payment financin .....POSTED ON April 6, 2017