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Loan Officers: Private Lender vs. Bank
How to Negotiate Closing Costs
Mortgage Industry Changes... Who Wins?
5 Things First Time Buyers Should Know Before Starting Their Search
June 14, 2017When you finally decide to stop renting and start looking for your very own home, it’s an important as well as an exciting decision. There’s a lot more that goes on when buying compared to just signing another 12 month lease but before you get started, here are five important tips that will help.How’s Your Credit? Have you looked .....POSTED ON June 14, 2017
Buying a Home After a Foreclosure
June 13, 2017No one applies for a home loan with the intention of defaulting on the note and being foreclosed upon nor does a lender issue a loan with the intention of doing the same. Lenders and borrowers alike go into a transaction with a “win-win” mindset. The buyers get financing and the lender receives interest on the loan. Yet things can .....POSTED ON June 13, 2017
Is Investing Your Money Better Than Saving It in the Bank
June 12, 2017Whether you’re planning on saving your money for a down payment on a home or to take a vacation or buy a car, you do have options. You can put your money in a savings account or you can invest your funds. They both have their advantages but how can you decide which is best for you? Should you save or let your money grow by investin .....POSTED ON June 12, 2017
I Was Pre-Approved. What Does That Mean?
June 9, 2017Sometimes the mortgage industry throws around terms without fully explaining what they mean. And on behalf of all mortgage companies everywhere, we apologize. When loan officers speak with clients sometimes they talk as though they’re speaking with a colleague in the business who understands the unique terms lenders use on a regular .....POSTED ON June 9, 2017
The Difference Between Mobile and Manufactured Homes
June 7, 2017Sometimes consumers get the terms “mobile home” and “manufactured home” confused or even use them interchangeably. Yet they’re not the same at all but they do share a bit of history. Mobile homes were originally introduced in the 1930s and were extremely popular. People would hook up a mobile home, which literally was advertised as .....POSTED ON June 7, 2017
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