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Author Archives: Neena Vlamis, President of A and N Mortgage
Even though you might have cut back on travel this holiday season, you probably still felt like treating yourself and your loved ones. That often means you bought gifts you might not have been able to afford. It’s so satisfying … Continue reading
There are several people and multiple steps involved in helping you obtain a mortgage for your new home. Your loan officer will be responsible for collecting all of the relevant information about your income, credit history, debt ratios, and savings … Continue reading
Taking out a second mortgage allows you to borrow against the equity you’ve built up in your house. You can use the lump sum you receive from your second mortgage for whatever you wish. You can fund tangible projects like … Continue reading
Millions of Americans find themselves with substantial student debt after graduating from college. Significant student loan debt makes it difficult to buy a house for many reasons. First, those monthly student loan payments make it hard to save for a … Continue reading
Getting a mortgage usually involves getting pre-qualified or pre-approved for a loan at some stage in the process. Although pre-qualification and pre-approval are both stepping stones to securing a home loan, they are actually quite different, and it’s important to … Continue reading
Navigating the challenges of obtaining a mortgage for a dream home can be a daunting experience. A licensed loan officer helps to alleviate those challenges by guiding their clients through the financial process while also educating them about the best possible options. … Continue reading
Refinancing your mortgage is a tedious process for most people. Unfortunately, securing a loan as a self-employed borrower will often require that you provide additional documentation to procure your loan if you decide to refinance your property. This common struggle … Continue reading