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 DO MORTGAGE RATES CHANGE?
When deciding whether or not to refinance a loan or start thinking about buying a home, one of the most important factors is the current interest rate. There are fixed rate loans that come in loan terms of 10,. 15, 20, 25 and 30 years and they can all have different rates. Typically, the shorter the loan term, the lower the interest rate. Adjustabl .....POSTED ON October 5, 2017
When Is a Good Time to Refinance My VA Loan?
When using a VA loan to buy and finance a primary residence there may be another time down the road where the original loan should be replaced and refinanced with a new mortgage. A refinance is indeed a brand new loan and whether the veteran decides to refinance to a lower rate, change the loan term or switch to an adjustable, there are ways to tel .....POSTED ON October 5, 2017
Should I Buy an Investment Property in 2017?
Making any sizable investment requires a considerable amount of consideration. And buying an investment property surely fits into that category. But for those who haven’t considered buying an investment property in 2017 or are thinking about it but haven’t made the final decision, here are a few things you need to know about buying a rental propert .....POSTED ON October 5, 2017
IS REFINANCING YOUR FHA LOAN WORTH IT?
That’s a great question and at first glance the response might very well be to ignore refinancing altogether. First time home buyers who used an FHA loan to finance a home purchase might have worked with an inexperienced lender who didn’t work with FHA loans very often. That could very well have led to a less than pleasant home buying experience wh .....POSTED ON October 5, 2017
DO VA LOANS OFFER FIXED OR ADJUSTABLE RATES?
VA loans have evolved over the years in more ways than any other loan type. Part of the original G.I. Bill of 1944, the VA loan allowed for returning veterans of WWII buy a home without a down payment needed. This was a big deal back then as down payments were required on most every mortgage loan and soldiers really didn’t have all that much time t .....POSTED ON October 5, 2017