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Near record-low mortgage rates makes now a great time to purchase a home, but the mortgage market can turn on a dime, and pressure on the Fed to raise rates and the incoming Trump administration are throwing some variables into … Continue reading
Financial savvy is hardly the first thing that most of us think about when we think of the Amish. Known for their rejection of technology and their simple, down-to-earth lifestyle, many may find it hard to believe that their philosophy … Continue reading
For many homeowners and aspiring homebuyers, assessing the cost of a mortgage can sometimes feel confusing or overwhelming. However, taking mortgage expenditures into account often requires a greater context. Did you know that the world’s most expensive steak actually costs … Continue reading
One problem facing buyers in the current market is the lack of available inventory. Sellers continue to bide their time. However, buyers do not need to miss out on low interest rates or the ability to purchase in their target … Continue reading
Did you know there are two types of home equity loans: fixed rate and lines of credit. Both loan types are offered with loan terms that generally range anywhere from 5 to 15 years and require the borrower to … Continue reading
While commercial loan origination and median home prices have been trending downwards, mortgage and property fraud rates have been steadily increasing, up 75% from pre-recession peaks. According to the CoreLogic Fraud Index, $12 billion worth of originated loans were found … Continue reading
Question? What does 25 percent PMI coverage actually mean Answer: 25 percent coverage actually means that the MI company will pay out 25 percent of the loan amount and total expenses to the lender when a property goes into foreclosure … Continue reading