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What is a Self-Certification Mortgage?

A Self-Certification mortgage is a mortgage designed for people who are unable to provide proof of income.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Reverse Mortgage?

What is a reverse mortgage and how do you get one?
Posted by Stuart Simpson

What is a Repayment Mortgage?

A repayment mortgage is the type of mortgage that most people think about.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Remortgage?

A remortgage is changing your mortgage without moving your home. Remortgaging is the process of switching your mortgage to another lender that is offering a better deal than your current lender thereby saving money.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Mortgage?

A mortgage is a loan, usually from a bank, finance company or building society to help you buy your home.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Home Equity Loan?

A home equity loan is a loan that is guaranteed by your home.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Flexible Mortgage?

'Flexible mortgage' is a term that's used a lot, but what exactly does it mean?
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Fixed Rate Mortgage?

As the term implies, with a fixed rate mortgage the mortgage rate is fixed for a set period of time...
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Current Account Mortgage?

Current account mortgages are fairly new to the sector.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Commercial Mortgage?

A commercial mortgage is a loan that uses commercial property as collateral.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Capped Mortgage?

A capped mortgage is a variable rate mortgage with a capped limit beyond which the rate paid will not exceed.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Buy To Let Mortgage?

A buy to let mortgage is a mortgage on a property which is to be let out or rented, rather than occupied by the owner.
Posted by John Mussi

What Exactly Is A Reverse Mortgage And How Does It Work?

If you are 62 or older with some equity built up in your home, then you may want to consider a reverse mortgage instead of a regular loan if you need the cash.
Posted by Chris Rodriguez

What Exactly is a Mortgage Broker and How Can He/She Help You Save Thousands on Your Mortgage?

A mortgage broker can help you save thousands over the life of your mortgage by finding you mortgage rates that are as low as 1% to 2% off the posted bank rates. They do all the work for you! Consider this option first when refinancing, renewing or getting a new mortgage.
Posted by Chris Rodriguez

What Are Mortgage Brokers And Why To Use One

What are mortgage brokers? They are making all the legwork for the customer. Specialized websites are offering “perfect loan programs� in a few minutes.
Posted by Vincent Volder

What Are Home Equity Loans?

In this day and age, when most of us do not have the hard cash required to decorate our dream home or take that much-wanted vacation, the next best thing is to take a home equity loan. So what's a home equity loan?
Posted by Steve Austin

VA Loans, A Gift from Uncle Sam

Uncle Sam has a gift for the men and women who serve our country. It is the VA loan. The VA loan, short for Department of Veterans Affairs home loans, is available to veterans, active service members, reservists, and members of the Public Health Service. These loans are so popular, that in the past fiscal year alone, Uncle Sam has guaranteed 300,000 VA loans totaling more than $38 billion.
Posted by Genesis Font

Using a Mortgage Refinance Company Online

If you are looking to refinance your mortgage. Doing it online can be a very quick process to help you compare quotes from multiple lenders.
Posted by Carrie Reeder

Using a Home Mortgage Calculator

There are a variety of tools online that you can use to determine how much you can afford to pay for a home, how much the monthly payment will be based on the sale price of a home, and calculators to tell you whether it is better to rent or buy based on your personal situation.
Posted by Brad Triggs

Using a Calculator to Assess Your Loan

If you are looking to purchase a new home then you will want to use a mortgage qualification calculator to assist you in working out how much of a home loan you will be able to afford...
Posted by Gareth Humes

Unlock your Home Loan Piggy Bank

With the recent sharp increase in property values your current home could be a pot of gold. Property prices have increase about 20% - 30% over the past year but according to economists this current boom will not continue or much longer despite recent changes in property taxes announced in the budget speech.
Posted by Gino Sterling

Understanding UK Bridging Finance

Bridging finance is typically a short-term loan that a business uses to supply cash for a real estate transaction until permanent financing can be arranged. The word "bridge" conveys the fact that the loan is designed to get you over a temporary obstacle.
Posted by Darren Yates

Understanding Mortgage Points

Many first time home buyers puzzle at the thought of paying "points" in addition to interest, closing costs and settlement fees. In fact, the United States is the only country where the practice of paying points on a mortgage is widespread. So what are "points" and how do they affect our real estate deals?
Posted by Kevin Adelsberg

Understanding Mortgage Basics

What you need to know about mortgages.
Posted by David Gonzalez

Understanding How to Get Easy Home Loans for the Self Employed

Your ability to pay back the loan over time. This includes income reporting such as IRS Form W-2 or 1099. Capacity also includes credit. You got to have it for banks to consider your loan with any hopes for approval. Banks will review your most current credit rating at the time of the loan application and sometimes one more time before closing. Credit reports will list several trade lines and the more you have in good standing, and at least 12-24 months since the trade line was opened, the better. Trade lines considered are home loans, car loans, student loans, credit cards, cell phones and more. There is also a numbered scoring process that determines your overall credit worthiness. Credit could also be argued as a form of collateral as I will explain further into this article.
Posted by Andy Lee

Understanding Fixed-rate Mortgages

The main advantage of a fixed-rate mortgage is that you always know exactly how much your mortgage payment will be, and you can plan for it.
Posted by Chileshe Mwape

Understanding a UK Commercial Mortgage

In many ways a commercial mortgage is just like a residential mortgage in that you pledge real property as collateral against a loan to either buy or refinance that property. You can also receive a commercial re-mortgage and use it as a line of credit for any business purpose.
Posted by Darren Yates

Understand a Real Estate Appraisal

Nearly every real estate transaction requires a real estate appraisal. Most people don't understand what that is or why it's required. The buyer pays for it but is usually not the client in fact he/she is not even supposed to know who the appraiser is and is almost never told that they are entitled to a copy of the report
Posted by Suzie Shannon

UK Mortages: A Guide Through The Maze

Mortgages UK-They are making more money out of you with that type of mortgage!
Posted by Nicholas Marr

Uk House Price Increases Take A Summer Holiday

House sellers reduce asking prices to attract buyers, but previous rises force many first time buyers to stay out in the cold.
Posted by Richard Green
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