Five Reasons Why Refinancing Your Mortgage May Benefit You.

Posted by Austin Shumaker on Dec 28, 2019 9:31:03 PM

With interest rates the lowest they’ve been in a while, you may be thinking about refinancing your existing mortgage into a new one. As a homeowner, there are good reasons to consider this option: to get a lower interest rate, to drop private mortgage insurance, or to pull cash from your home’s equity to consolidate debt or make home improvements. The short answer, of course, is to have more money each month for groceries, car payments and the credit card bill.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Mortgage, Refinance

Want that new kitchen? Bath? Addition? Options await.

Posted by Austin Shumaker on Sep 11, 2019 9:37:52 AM

Found a home in an area with only fixer uppers? Want to renovate your current home? Not sure what to do? There's a Fannie Mae program for you.

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Topics: Interest Rates, Mortgage, Renovation

Local Lending vs Big Banks: What You Need To Know!

Posted by Austin Shumaker on Jan 25, 2019 9:16:49 AM

 

Some of you may be familiar with receiving emails from your current banks such as Chase, Iberia, or HomeBank regarding your “pre-approval” for mortgage lending through them.

And while this may seem like good news for those of you currently looking for lending options, going with the big banks as opposed to a local, private lender, could pose some hidden problems that most aren’t aware of in the lending world.

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Topics: Interest Rates

Mortgage Rates are Knocking at Affordability's Door - We have a Solution.

Posted by Austin Shumaker on Nov 19, 2018 1:24:52 PM

Mortgage rates are rising. It's a scary time - that's why we've partnered with a lender to make it simple, easy, and smart to get the best rate on your mortgage.

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Topics: Interest Rates

Rising Interest Rates, YES.. but still better than the banks!

Posted by Austin Shumaker on Nov 8, 2018 10:44:58 AM
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Market Update:

Freddie Mac's chief economist notes: "Despite higher mortgage rates, the monthly mortgage payment remains affordable." 

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Topics: Interest Rates

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