Traveling with a dog is a lot of fun, but there are some important things to consider so you and your pet are prepared. Sometimes people think we are crazy for bringing our dogs on our adventures, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. For us, it’s like bringing your kids along, haha! Since […]
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What is a Reverse Mortgage? Are you wondering if a reverse mortgage might be right for your present circumstances? If you own a lot of equity in your home, and if you are aged 62 or above, you could benefit from a reverse mortgage. This will give you access to a new income source that […]
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Appraisal software company Reggora announced the completion of a $30 million Series B funding round, led by returning investor Spark Capital.
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Hello! Today, I am publishing Part 2 to my post from yesterday Unplanned Road Trip Planning. As a recap, we left our house on Wednesday and we are not sure when we will be going back. This will probably be a 10 to 14 day road trip. This is nothing crazy, but it is more than what […]
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Conforming loan limits for 2021 rose more than 7% across the United States. Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae loans now go up to $548K in most counties.
The average U.S. mortgage rate for a 30-year fixed loan fell two basis points this week to 2.65% â the lowest rate in the surveyâs near 50-year history.
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Even with total credit risk transfers (CRT) and non-QM lending trending down due to seasonality, some observers are predicting a strong beginning to 2021.
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You don’t have a separate rating called aÂ mortgageÂ credit score, but lenders do look at your score, credit history and several other factors when deciding whether to approve you for a homeÂ loan. Contrary to what some people think, though, you don’t necessarily need an excellent orÂ good credit score to get a homeÂ loan. How high your score… Read More
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If youâre tired of renting it may be time to purchase your first home. Being a first-time homebuyer is nerve-wracking but many of the myths about buying a home just arenât true. You donât need…
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If you need a quick cash injection and own sizeable equity in your home, equity loans can help.Â Home equity loansÂ andÂ home equity lines of creditÂ areÂ low-interest rateÂ loans taken out against your home. Also known asÂ second mortgages, they allow homeowners to tap into their equity, and offer a plethora of benefits, as well as a few downsides. But […]
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