Getting back into the home buying market after a foreclosure is daunting, but not as uncommon as you might think. The housing crisis a decade ago left millions of homeowners in foreclosure, but many have already overcome the higher hurdles of buying their next home. If you have a foreclosure in your past, it’s important […]
Student loan debt have you worried about applying for a mortgage? It isn’t the loan itself that can affect your mortgage qualifications, but the amount you owe on that loan compared to your income, as well as the amount of the mortgage itself. Here are some basic factors that your lender will consider. The Job […]
Your FICO credit score plays a key role in your ability to apply for a low interest mortgage. The higher your credit score, the more lenders are able to offer you a competitive rate on your loan. For those who are looking at buying a new home, it’s important to prioritize fixing your credit score […]
Good credit is important if you’re planning on buying your first home. This is because your credit rating impacts your ability to get a mortgage as well as the mortgage rate you receive. Considering that a lower mortgage rate can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your loan, building and improving your credit […]
April was another busy month in the mortgage industry. Here are some recent articles, highlights and homeowner tips: Two Blockbuster Months In A Row Signal Steaming Home Market Pending sales, which are home purchase transactions in which a buyer has signed a contract, reached their best two-month total since April and May of 2016. Key […]
Mortgage rates are on the rise, and that means if you have been putting off a refinance, it may be time to hurry. The longer you wait, the more likely the interest rates will increase – at least in today’s economy – and that reduces the value of refinancing in the future. Refinancing is not […]
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