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In today’s world it can be easy to rack up lots of high interest debt: credit card bills, student loans, auto loans, etc. If you are a homeowner, you may be able to consolidate all that debt and make it easier to afford with a refinance loan. Here&r
Jun 06, 2023 | Refinancing a Home
One of the things you’ll pay for when getting a mortgage loan is an origination fee. Here’s what you need to know about origination fees and why you pay them. What Is a Mortgage Loan Origination Fee? Origination means to create, so the loan or
May 30, 2023 | Purchasing a Home
In today’s rising interest rate climate, many potential homebuyers are looking for ways to save on a home purchase. One of the best proactive things you can do is to improve your credit score as much as possible before applying for a mortgage loan.
May 23, 2023 |
Lenders often require borrowers to pay for private mortgage insurance (PMI) on top of their mortgage loan. PMI is a type of insurance that actually protects the lender, not the borrower, against default and loss. If the borrower contributes less than a 20
May 16, 2023 |
As you begin the mortgage process, you’ll have lots of terminology thrown at you that can be a little confusing. Two similar sounding terms that might have you perplexed are conforming and conventional loans. Are these the same thing? Here’s w
May 09, 2023 | Purchasing a Home
After making all your mortgage payments for several years, you suddenly get a check in the mail from your escrow account. If you didn’t pay close attention during your mortgage closing, you may not even remember what an escrow account is. Here&rsquo
May 02, 2023 | Purchasing a Home