• How to Find a Property Appraiser
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  • What is a 5/1 ARM?
    You know, with phrases such as the title above, and the myriad of paths the mortgage industry runs us down, its no wonder that the average consumer becomes lost in the process. Then, the mortgage market...
  • Beware The Hidden Costs of Refinancing
    Beware The Hidden Costs of Refinancing

    With so many homeowners refinancing, it is tempting to jump on the bandwagon, especially with the current low interest rates and appealing offers that are popping...
  • How to Refinance Your Home
    How to Refinance Your Home Refinance Your Home- There are several reasons why you should consider a refinance mortgage on your home loan. When you refinance your home, you can cut your monthly mortgage...
  • Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
    Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI)
    Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) protects lenders against loss due to foreclosure. Most lenders require PMI when the down payment is less than 20 percent. The PMI premiums...
  • Start Again with Mortgage Refinancing
    If you are interested in optimizing your monthly payments on debt, or simply looking to stretch your income a little further each month, you might want to consider refinancing your mortgage.
    There are...
  • Refinancing with Home Equity Loans
    If you have lived in your home for a reasonable amount of time, you may be considering refinancing.
    Refinancing can be done in a few different ways. One of the most popular recently has been the home equity...
  • Refinancing Your Home Mortgage Loan With Bad Credit
    There are numerous reasons a person has bad credit. Late or partial payments, missing payments, and too many outstanding debts could all be factors that have left you with a poor credit rating. If you...
  • What is a Fixed Rate Mortgage?
    As the term implies, with a fixed rate mortgage the mortgage rate is fixed for a set period of time, so no matter what movements occur in the lenders standard variable mortgage rate, the borrowers arrangement...
  • Find the best mortgage company
    If you do not wish to commit to living in one place for at least a few years, then owning a house is probably not for you, at least not yet. With the transaction costs of buying and selling a home, you...
  • Interest Only Loans
    These days, as people scramble for new and more creative ways to finance buying a home, the interest only mortgage is becoming more common and well known. An interest only mortgage is one in which you...
  • Fixer Uppers: Don't Make This Mistake
    Making money with "fixer-uppers" isnt about repairing drywall or planting flowers. Its about using the right approach from the start. A Big Real Estate Mistake Many people buy and sell a fixer-upper...
  • Interest-only mortgages?
    Interest-only mortgages are peddled aggressively today by lenders, institutions and brokers, but theyre not advisable for everyone.An interest-only loan may work for you if:-your income is mainly in the...
  • Fixed-To-Adjustable-Rate-Mortgage
    What is a Fixed-To-Adjustable Rate Mortgage?This type of mortgage offers fixed payments for an initial loan period of up to10 years then followed by an adjustable interest rate for the remaining term of...
  • Flexible earning suits flexible mortgages
    Mortgages offer different kind of interest rates to choose from according to the suitability of the mortgage consumers. Most of the mortgage consumers keep on reviewing their mortgage facilities. If they...
  • Refinancing Your Home - Is the Time Right?
    Refinancing your home is a major decision not to be taken lightly, even in this era of low interest rates and easy money. While every mortgage company in town is touting the strategy of getting a new loan...
  • Things to consider regarding mortgages
    Make payments on your mortgage early, paying extra if youre allowed. Not only does this reduce the total debt that you owe on your home, but it increases your equity and looks good on your credit report....
  • Refinancing After Bankruptcy
    Refinancing after a bankruptcy can seem like an especially difficult challenge, but it doesnt have to be. Six months after your bankruptcy has been finalized, you can find lenders willing to refinance...

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