No-cost mortgages offer consumers the ability to pay no closing fees, but the fees associated with these loans still need to be paid, and the cost comes in the form of a higher interest rate.
Jobs are hard to come by. Incomes are flat. Home values continue to take a hit. And tax season is […]
A growing number of cash-strapped Americans, looking to take advantage of record low interest rates, are now doing “no-cost” refis. […]
Take a look at some of the most popular loan programs out there to determine which will be the best fit for you.
Guidelines for refinancing investment properties is different than guidelines for primary residences. See just a few of the differences in 2011 here.
HARP was designed to help 5 million underwater homeowners refinance into a fixed loan with a lower monthly payment.
Before you jump on the refinancing bandwagon, take a moment to do some research on how the process works.
There’s a new app in town and it’s already making an impression in the lending community, with consumers, and at […]
Today’s economic crisis has taught investors one huge lesson – verify and validate loan files.
This week over at Mortgages Unzipped, Justin McHood explains “subordination.” Basically, when refinancing a mortgage that carries a second mortgage, […]
One sure way to start an argument between mortgage brokers, mortgage bankers, financial planners and consumer advocates is to answer […]
EVERY TIME mortgage interest rates dip to a point that’s approximately 1% lower than they were 18 to 24 months […]
Regardless of the industry there are certain buzzwords or words that seem like they are created simply to confuse the […]
If you haven’t already applied for a loan modification via the federal government’s Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP), but plan […]
Yeah, thought that might get your attention. Let me clarify the headline. Of course it matters how much you pay […]