How to Improve Your Homeowners Insurance Coverage
Posted Monday June 8, 2020 in Mortgage

If you own a home in , you need to have adequate homeowners insurance coverage. Nearly all mortgage lenders require it as part of the conditions for issuing a home loan anyway. However, as time goes on, you may find that you want to make certain changes to your homeowners insurance to create a better […]

Why Does My Mortgage Keep Getting Sold?
Posted Monday June 1, 2020 in Mortgage

A letter arrives in the mail and tells you your mortgage has been sold. It also informs you to send your monthly payments to a new address. Don’t panic! This happens all the time, and you shouldn’t see many (if any) changes. So why does your mortgage get sold—and why can it happen multiple times? […]

Mortgage Payments Are Getting Relatively Cheaper
Posted Thursday January 23, 2020 in Mortgage

The average mortgage payment is about $1,500 per month, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, coming in at about the same amount as the cost of renting (the average cost to rent was $1,476 in October). Mortgage payments have decreased about 3% since mid-2018. They’re expected to get even lower this year, possibly 3.3% to […]

Self Employed and Need a Mortgage? No Problem!
Posted Thursday March 7, 2019 in Mortgage

Big bonus of self-employment: You’re your own boss! A challenge: Proving that you have the financial stability needed to get a mortgage loan. I’m here to tell you today that it IS possible for you to get a loan. There are just a few extra steps you may need to take before you’re off shopping […]

Pre-Approval versus Pre-Qualification
Posted Thursday February 28, 2019 in Mortgage

Many people mistakenly think the term “pre-qualified” is the same thing as being “pre-approved.” Although they may sound similar, they are in fact very different. A home loan pre-qualified indicates that you’ve been initially approved for a loan. On the other hand, getting pre-approved refers to meeting with a lender to determine exactly how much […]

De-Baffling the Borrowing Experience
Posted Thursday February 21, 2019 in Mortgage

We know you keep getting smarter and smarter about getting a home loan. But let’s face it; some of this mortgage stuff is really confusing. Here are our 6 top tips to keep you from being baffled as you buy. 1. Closing Costs Do Add Up We have extensive requirements to make sure you know […]

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