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How To Land A Mortgage Post Loan Modification

If you completed a loan modification in the past, you’ll need to meet certain credit thresholds to get a green light for a new loan. What to know… What Is […]...

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When Saving Up For A Big Down Payment Does Not Make Sense

Saving up to buy a home down the road? That might make sense from a personal financial planning perspective, but from a pragmatic approach to actually getting your foot in […]...

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3 Low Down Payment Options First Time Buyers Have To Get Their Foot In The Door

09Apr2015

Demand for housing remains strong as we enter this spring season. Renters are finding buying a home may even in some cases be less than renting. If you don’t have […]...

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How To Refinance To A 15 Year Mortgage Even If Your Financials Don’t Pencil

02Apr2015

One of the best way is bar none to eliminate your mortgage debt is moving into a 15 year fixed rate loan. With the average spread a full 1% compared […]...

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Should I Put More Money Down Or Pay Off Debt To Buy A Home?

Lining up your finances for a home purchase this year? Spring is right around the corner. Here’s how to gauge if you should put more money down, or pay off […]...

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Mortgage Loan Fees You Need To Know

Let’s cut to the chase obtaining a mortgage to buy a home or refinance one you already own is not cheap. There’s no two ways about it. Encumbering property is […]...

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The Things You Need To Buy A Home Beyond Your Income

Buying a home? You will need need patience, resilience to rejection, and sound financial planning, if are serious about pulling it off. Your income is important, but the rest of […]...

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Why Applying For A Mortgage Does Not Automatically Tank Your Credit Score

08Mar2015

There is a fair amount of misconception that applying for a mortgage causes your credit score to drop each time. Not the case. The sole act of having your credit […]...