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What Is Mortgage Underwriting? Here’s What You Need To Know

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By | August 19th, 2017|Mortgage News, mortgage process, mortgage underwriting|Comments Off on What Is Mortgage Underwriting? Here’s What You Need To Know

Why Are Conventional Home Loans Becoming So Popular with Millennial Homebuyers?

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By | August 16th, 2017|millennial homebuyers, Mortgage News|Comments Off on Why Are Conventional Home Loans Becoming So Popular with Millennial Homebuyers?

Fannie Mae Makes the Mortgage Process Easier for Self-Employed Borrowers

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By | August 12th, 2017|Mortgage News, mortgage process|Comments Off on Fannie Mae Makes the Mortgage Process Easier for Self-Employed Borrowers

When Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?

Refinancing a mortgage means the homeowner is getting a new mortgage to replace the original. There are a variety of reasons why homeowners choose to refinance, like to lower their interest rate, shorten their loan term, or remove their monthly mortgage insurance. No matter the reason, it’s important to ensure that it’s the right time [...]

By | August 9th, 2017|Mortgage News, mortgage refinancing|Comments Off on When Should You Refinance Your Mortgage?

FHA 203k Loans: What You Need for a Home Purchase and Renovation

Within the past year, buying and renovating fixer-uppers has become fairly popular throughout the country. For many, purchasing the property is the most (and sometimes only) exciting step of the process, as renovations can get a bit pricey. Rather than overwhelming yourself with the costs of repairing the property’s plumbing system or updating the home’s [...]

By | August 5th, 2017|fha 203k loans, Mortgage News|Comments Off on FHA 203k Loans: What You Need for a Home Purchase and Renovation

Home Prices Aren’t The Only Increasing Housing Costs—Rent Is Steadily Rising As Well

Since the beginning of this year, increasing mortgage rates and rising listing prices have dominated news headlines throughout the country. As a result, many potential homebuyers have gravitated towards signing another rental lease instead of jumping into the housing market and applying for a mortgage—but this may not be the best financial decision. Overall, rent [...]

By | August 2nd, 2017|buying vs. renting, Mortgage News, rent rates|Comments Off on Home Prices Aren’t The Only Increasing Housing Costs—Rent Is Steadily Rising As Well

The Fed Rules To Delay Interest Rate Hikes—Possibly Until December

This Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee met to discuss the nation’s current economic conditions. After reviewing the state of the market, the committee voted on whether or not they would continue interest rate hikes in July. The first hike of this year occurred in March, which was raised again when they voted in June—and [...]

By | July 31st, 2017|interest rates, Mortgage News|Comments Off on The Fed Rules To Delay Interest Rate Hikes—Possibly Until December

What’s the Difference Between Pre-Qualified and Pre-Approved?

Buying a home is one of the greatest investments you’ll likely make in your life, so it’s important to be prepared prior to jumping into the housing market. In fact, according to various industry experts, understanding even the most basic mortgage terms can save you tons of time in the long-run as you move through [...]

By | July 31st, 2017|Mortgage News, mortgage terms|Comments Off on What’s the Difference Between Pre-Qualified and Pre-Approved?

What Are Today’s Most Common Mortgage Questions? Here’s What Google Has To Say

Every day, over 3.5 billion Google searches are processed—and last week, an in-depth Google study determined the most common mortgage-related searches. The report was based solely on Google search data from the past few years and focuses on what today’s buyers are looking for online. Powered by WPeMatico

By | July 31st, 2017|housing market, Mortgage News|Comments Off on What Are Today’s Most Common Mortgage Questions? Here’s What Google Has To Say

This Could Be The Biggest Year For Homebuilders Since 2007

Last month, housing starts dramatically rebounded from perpetually lower rates. In fact, according to the latest housing report from the U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, housing starts in June were recorded at 1.22 million. That’s an 8.3 percent increase since May and 1.2 percent increase since June of last [...]

By | July 31st, 2017|home building, Mortgage News|Comments Off on This Could Be The Biggest Year For Homebuilders Since 2007