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Why Mortgage Rates Go Up or Down

  When you look at the current mortgage rates, you will see a range of different interest rates from different lenders and banks. If you keep looking at those rates over a length of time, you might notice that, despite … Continue reading

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Own vs Rent: How Much Home Can You Purchase For $1000/$1500/$2000 a Month?

  There is a common misconception that renting is cheaper than buying, which is why so many people, particularly younger, choose to rent rather than buying. However, the statistics show that on average, the monthly payment that people tend to … Continue reading

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What to Expect During the Home Loan Process

  So you’ve decided that you are sick and tired of renting and now is the perfect time to buy a home, the only problem is that you don’t have the money to buy it outright. Don’t worry, in today’s … Continue reading

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Why Your Agent Wants You Pre-Approved Before Showing You Listings

If you’re in the market for a new house, you might be wondering whether or not to get pre-approval before beginning your search. Not to be confused with “pre-qualification,” a pre-approval helps you and your lender determine exactly how much … Continue reading

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Renovation Lending Aids the Property Search Given Available Inventory

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

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The Welcome Home Illinois Loan Program”

  The state of Illinois started a huge advertising campaign 2 weeks ago for a new program called “Welcome Home Illinois”. Your members may be calling for more information. The program gives 1st time home buyers (a buyer who hasn’t … Continue reading

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Save Big Over The Life Of Your Loan

When purchasing a home, the interest rate of your loan is of prime importance as it can dramatically affect the amount you pay for your home. Depending on the amount of your loan, a 1 percent difference in loan rate … Continue reading

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Lower Your Costs While Making An Impact

Green Home Tips There is no denying in today’s society there is more awareness and interest in being green and as such people are becoming more interested in using green building techniques. Key components include using energy efficiency techniques, sustainable … Continue reading

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Neena Vlamis Talks Homebuying and Credit with Bill Moller on WGN News Radio

In order to maintain the absolute best credit score make sure to set your bills on auto pay for the minimum payment.  This way when you are out of town you won’t miss a payment!   Listen to Bill Moller … Continue reading

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Borrowing Against Your Home May have its Benefits

  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

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