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Understanding Fixed-Rate vs. Adjustable-Rate Mortgages (ARM)

By | on 23, Apr 2019 |   Financing Mortgage

You're ready to buy your first home and, as you sit down with your lender, he/she starts talking about a fixed-rate vs. an adjustable-rate mortgage (known as ARM). What's the difference and how do you[...]

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Why Was My Mortgage Loan Application Denied!?

By | on 10, Oct 2019 |   Buying Financing Mortgage

When you're ready to buy a house the last thing you want to hear is that your mortgage loan application was denied. Rest assured, you're not the only one. According to the Federal Bureau of Consumer F[...]

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Should I Try to Pay Off My 30 Year Mortgage in Under 30 Years?

By | on 07, Nov 2019 |   Buying Financing Mortgage

As I research real estate topics, I often see homeowners asking if it would be best to pay off their 30-year mortgage in less than 30 years. There are pros and cons to paying down a mortgage in less t[...]

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Is a Reverse Mortgage Right For You?

By | on 30, Dec 2020 |   Financing Mortgage

If you're a senior citizen and own a home, you may have considered a reverse mortgage. This type of mortgage can make a big difference especially if you're over 62 years old, on a fixed income, and ne[...]

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Does It Pay To Shop Around For a Mortgage When Buying a House? YES!

By | on 13, May 2020 |   Buying Mortgage

When you’re thinking about buying a house and you need a mortgage, you might want to do some comparison shopping. Why? Because you could save tens of thousands of dollars. That’s right -- imagine savi[...]

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Debt-to-Income Ratio When Applying for a Mortgage

By | on 20, Apr 2021 |   Financing Mortgage

Are you thinking about buying a home and need to apply for a mortgage? Before you can get approved for a mortgage, you'll need to get familiar with your debt to income ratio (DTI). This mortgage term [...]

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