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Why Credit Scores Vary With Credit Bureaus
If you've applied for a mortgage, you know that the lender will obtain a credit report from all three major credit bureaus. The three credit bureaus are TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax. The common thread I see with all three credit ...Read More →
The VA Streamline Refinance
There is an easy way to refinance a VA loan. It's often referred to as the VA Streamline Refinance. The technical or official name of the program is the Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL). The VA Streamline is easy ...Read More →
Start With Loan Approval When Buying
I know it's easy to allow emotions to get the best of you when you are in the midst of a low supply and high demand market for homes like we see in the Dallas area as well as across ...Read More →
Qualify with Bank Statements
90% Loan-To-Value 2 Years from Foreclosure, Short Sale, or Bankruptcy Interest Only Loan Available! Up to $3,000,000 Loan Amounts - Simple Qualifications: We don't look at withdrawals! We don't look at overdrafts! No Profit & Loss Statement! No Reserves! ...Read More →
Mortgage Challenges for the Self-Employed
There is no doubt getting a mortgage when you are self-employed is a more challenging process than an employee who only has to provide a W-2 for verification of income. The self-employed not only have to worry about running their ...Read More →
Is An FHA Mortgage A Good Idea?
FHA is a government agency and the largest insurer of low down payment home mortgage loans. There are four additional government agencies which insure low to no down payment mortgages. - The VA, or also referred to as The Department ...Read More →
How To Get A Better Mortgage Rate
If it's been a few years since you purchased or refinanced a home, you may not realize that it's taking much longer to close on a mortgage loan these days. According to Ellie Mae, the leading provider of on-demand loan origination ...Read More →
Consider Your Credit Before Buying Your Home
So you are ready to purchase a home. Before you begin searching for a home first consider your credit. Many homebuyers make the mistake of finding a home and then looking at their credit report. A better approach is to ...Read More →
Condo Mortgage Rules: Easier or Harder?
What I have learned is condominium buyers, for the most part, find condos attractive for the ease of access and the less hassle to maintain the yard and exterior maintenance. While that may be true, most weren't considering the financing ...Read More →
This Week's Market Report
Increase In U.S. House Prices And Market Update
By Jim Catalano |
The stock market turned in a mixed performance for the second consecutive week as investors pulled back from record highs reached during the prior week amid trade and political turmoil. The Dow and S&P 500 both posted small losses while the NASDAQ Composite Index recorded a moderate gain. Treasury and mortgage bond yields ended the week slightly lower after retreating on Wednesday following the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy meeting. The drop in bond yields were partly due to dovish comments on inflation made by Fed Chairman Jerome Powell following the policy meeting. As widely expected, the Federal Reserve increased short-term ...