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?
WHY YOU SHOULD DITCH YOUR CONVENTIONAL LOAN FOR AN FHA LOAN
For those who have conventional loans, switching to FHA loans could be beneficial for a wide-range of reasons. A loan that is supported by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) can offer guidelines and terms that are more desirable than a conventional loan or mortgage. The FHA is not the direct source of the loan, but a FHA loan guarantees the l .....POSTED ON October 11, 2017
WHY IS A MANUFACTURED HOME A GREAT OPTION FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS?
It’s pretty well known that the greatest challenge for first time home buyers is coming up with enough money for the down payment and closing costs. But it can also be true that the local housing market puts home ownership out of reach for many simply because the median price of homes in the area is too high for some first time home buyers.FHA loan .....POSTED ON October 10, 2017
HOW DO I SIGN UP FOR A MORTGAGE?
In the past, getting a mortgage meant filling out by hand a four-five page form making sure all 250+ boxes were either completed, checked or initialed. It could literally take someone a half of an hour just to get past the application stage. Today however, as with most things, it’s a bit different and much easier.Very few loan applications are comp .....POSTED ON October 10, 2017
HOW CAN I PREPARE AND QUALIFY FOR A CONVENTIONAL LOAN?
Conventional mortgage loans are cousins of their government-backed loan programs such as FHA, VA and USDA programs. Conventional mortgages use guidelines set forth by mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and are by far the most common type of loan used to buy and finance a home in today’s environment and have been for quite some time. But if .....POSTED ON October 10, 2017
HAVE MORTGAGE RATES BECOME CHEAPER?
If you’re in the process of either refinancing or out shopping for a home, you’re probably aware by now that interest rates can change from day to day. In fact, sometimes they can even change during the course of a single business day; although that doesn’t happen very often. If you have been waiting for rates to drop a bit further, for whatever re .....POSTED ON October 10, 2017