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So you’re in the process of buying a new home and the inspection has just been completed. You’re looking forward to getting settled in as soon as possible, but you notice there are some areas of the home that aren’t … Continue reading
Are you in the process of preparing to buy a home? Or thinking about refinancing your current mortgage agreement? If so, there are many factors that should be considered before committing to a new homeowner loan. In this article, … Continue reading
Image Credit: Five Star Mortgage Awards We are proud to announce that one of A and N Mortgage’s Executive Vice Presidents was honored as market leader by Forbes. Check out the February 2019 issue of Forbes to read the article. … Continue reading
To many people, owning a home in the United States is seen as the ultimate financial goal. But if you’re planning to do so as a non-U.S. citizen then there can sometimes be additional requirements beyond those for U.S. citizens … Continue reading
If you’re ready to purchase a home then one of the first considerations you might have to deal with is a mortgage, often known as a home loan. You’ll find many mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers in Chicago that are … Continue reading
For many people, purchasing a home will likely be the most expensive thing they ever do. Because it is such a complicated process it can involve many outside things such as mortgage companies, lenders and even legal representation from lawyers. … Continue reading
You may have heard of the term credit score before now, but maybe you’re not entirely sure what it means. Did you know that 45% of college students have no idea what their credit score is? It can be quite … Continue reading
This is the third year running that the Federal Housing Finance Agency has elected to increase the maximum conforming loan limit on mortgages. The maximum conforming loan limits on mortgages acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac did not previously … Continue reading