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Zero Down Payment Mortgage – Can It Be Done?

“I've been renting for years now; I've always paid my rent on time. I'll start a savings account soon, so I can buy a house�: sound familiar? How much is in that savings account now? Just as I thought, not enough, you went on vacation, found a car you had to have, or WOW; look at the flat panel T.V. on the wall that you're renting, etc, etc. There's a secret that your landlord doesn't want you to know; you can buy a house...
Posted by Marc Sisk

Zero Down Mortgage Loans - Is 100% Financing a Good Idea and Can You Get Approved?

Here are some things you should think about with no down payment mortgage loans before you decide on the right loan for you.
Posted by Carrie Reeder

Your Mortgage Rate Compare and Save

Here are some definitive things you should look for when comparing mortgage rates.
Posted by Dale Ronewicz

Why You Should Not Get Hung Up on the Interest Rates!!

Let me show you the bottom line or the total dollar amount you will pay when paying a mortgage and paying rent and what the benefits of a mortgage are... Come on this journey with me... You will be glad you did!
Posted by James Olivero

Why Refinance Back into a 30-Year Loan?

One of the biggest reasons homeowners refinance their mortgage is to obtain a lower interest rate and lower monthly payments. By refinancing, the borrower pays off their existing mortgage and replaces it with a new one. This can often be accomplished with a no-points no-fees loan program, which essentially means at “no cost� to the borrower.
Posted by Jansen Drake

Why It's Important to Get Pre-Approved

Having a pre-approved mortgage will give you the confidence of knowing exactly what you can spend on a home before you start looking. You will also be protected against interest rate increases while ...
Posted by John Carle

Why Get Pre-Approved For A Mortgage?

A Mortgage pre-approval has many benefits. This article will explain what's invovled and why it's an extremely important process.
Posted by Chris Rocks

Why Choose a Remortgage?

A remortgage can be used for the purpose of gaining lower interest rates on your mortgage or raising finance through releasing equity.
Posted by John Mussi

Why Choose a Home Owner Loan?

Most people choose a home owner loan as it can release the capital that is tied up in their property for immediate use.
Posted by John Mussi

Why Choose a Home Improvement Loan?

Many people choose to take out home improvement loans so they can give their house a new look before selling.
Posted by John Mussi

Why Choose a Home Equity Loan?

There are many reasons for choosing a home equity loan.
Posted by John Mussi

Why a Mortgage Professional Beats a Banker Every Time -- The Story Tells It All

The best way to explain why a mortgage professional is always better than a banker is to use an anecdote. My parents lived in the house I grew up in for 35 years, so it was finally time to move. They found a home they liked, made an offer, and signed a purchase agreement. After conferring with me, they decided to go to a bank – one of the more well-known mortgage banks in the region. Of course, I thought a good mortgage professional would be better, and I told them I could follow the deal from start to finish, if they went with a company I previously worked for, but the bank they decided on offered a little better rate and lower fees, so they wanted to go with them.
Posted by Mark Barnes

Who Else is Ready to have Their Money Work Harder for Them?

Refinancing is an excellent option to put yourself in a better financial position.
Posted by Hilda Schultze

Who Could Benefit From A Reverse Mortgage?

A brief overview of the reverse mortgage along with the benefits and drawbacks. If you qualify, a reverse mortgage or home equity conversion mortgage(HECM), could well resolve your financial problems.
Posted by Helen March

Which is Better? Fixed-Rate or Adjustable-Rate Mortgages

Do you know what to look for in a mortgage? Which is better? Fixed-Rate or Adjustable-Rate Mortgages. Find out...
Posted by Jill Kane

Where To Find The Best Rates For Your Mortgage?

So, you have been looking at becoming a home owner, or you are looking to upgrade your present home for whatever reason, a bigger family perhaps. The problem for some becomes where to go to refinance your existing mortgage or for the first time buyer where to get the best mortgage payment available to. So, today we'll cover a few options.
Posted by Garret Belisle

When Not To Agree To A Home Equity Loan

According to the Federal Trade Commission, homeowners-particularly elderly, minority and those with low incomes or poor credit should be careful when borrowing money based on their home equity.
Posted by Chileshe Mwape

When is the Right Time to Refinance Your Mortgage?

You've heard that interest rates are down and you think it could be time to refinance your existing mortgage
Posted by Mark Lambie

What Your Mortgage Lender Is Not Telling You About Accelerated Mortgages

Discover why accelerated mortgages may be a better deal for than lender than it is for you.
Posted by C Raymond Merrick

What You Don't Know About The Real Estate Process, Some Inside Secrets

How many people are involved in a real estate transaction. Buyer(s), seller(s), 1,2,3 or even 4 mortgage processors, 1 or 2 agents, 1 or 2 brokers or firms, possibly 1 or more builders or contractors, an appraiser or firm, a surveyor, a home inspector, 1 or more attorneys and legal aids. In some situations, thankfully rarely, many stand before a judge. Who can you trust? Here comes the judge.
Posted by Suzie Shannon

What to Really Expect for Closing Costs

Closing on a property is a very challenging time for a would-be homeowner. Being informed, either through your mortgage broker, your real estate agent, or through self knowledge is the best thing you can be when going through this procedure.
Posted by Genesis Font

What the Bank Won't Tell You About Mortgage Refinancing

This article gives advice on mortgage refinancing and tells the reader everything that banks don't want them to know.
Posted by Paul Ashter

What On Earth are Home Equity Loans?

Home equity loans are one of the most common types of financing for doing improvements on your house. These loans are not necessary used for home improvements but can also be used to simply obtain ex...
Posted by Mike Yeager

What Length Mortgage Is Right For You?

You've found the home that is right for you, and now you need to do the same thing for a mortgage. There are several options for people out there, each one designed for a different type of buyer.
Posted by Genesis Font

What is the PayOption ARM?

If you can digest all the data on the Pay Option ARM you will find that it is the most exciting mortgage product on the market today. It's about time we had something that allows us to make better decisions on our own equity. It is better to be the dog wagging the tail, than the tail wagging the dog. Learn why you should give the PayOption ARM a serious look.
Posted by Terell Jones

What Is The Best Deal For A Mortgage?

Few of us invest the time and effort into researching and securing the best deal for a mortgage to purchase a home. To get the best deal for a mortgage, you need to know the basic mortgage options. The variations are plentiful, but if you're familiar with the basics, the best deal can be yours.
Posted by Helen March

What is an Offset Mortgage?

An offset mortgage is very similar to a current account mortgage....
Posted by John Mussi

What is an Interest Only Mortgage?

An Interest Only Mortgage is one where the repayments are made up entirely of the interest on the loan.
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Tracker Mortgage?

A tracker mortgage 'tracks' the Bank of England base rate....
Posted by John Mussi

What is a Self-Employed Mortgage?

Self-employed mortgages, as the term implies are mortgages designed for those that are self-employed.
Posted by John Mussi
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