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Mortgage Rates Below 3 Percent from Coronavirus
Tuesday, May 5th, 2020 | By Spencer Llewellyn

Fannie Mae Predicts Sub 3% Mortgage Rates Through 2021

Mortgage giant Fannie Mae has some pretty strong predictions regarding the future of mortgage rates. In its most recent housing predictions, Fannie projects the average rate of interest for 2020 will get down to 3 percent… and then fall to 2.9 percent in 2021. Continue Reading

Housing Suffers from Coronavirus
Monday, April 27th, 2020 | By Spencer Llewellyn

U.S. Housing Market Suffering From Coronavirus

Only half of Americans believe that today is a good time to purchase a house, according to a poll of approximately 1,000 individuals released last Friday from Gallup. Continue Reading

How much house can you afford?
Wednesday, February 26th, 2020 | By Miranda Marquit

How to Figure Out How Much House You Can Afford

In our society, one of the biggest financial milestones is often combined with a major life milestone. The purchase of a home is still part of the “American Dream,” and many people view a home purchase as a mark of adulthood. Continue Reading

Refinance Mortgage Cash Flow
Thursday, November 21st, 2019 | By Miranda Marquit

How a Refinance Can Help Your Monthly Cash Flow

Chances are that your house payment makes up a big chunk of your monthly expenses. If you find yourself looking for a little extra cash flow each month, one of the solutions is to refinance your home. You could save anywhere between $100 and $500 per month, depending on your current interest rate, your new interest rate, and other factors. Continue Reading

Rejected for Home Loan
Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 | By Miranda Marquit

5 Reasons You’ve Been Turned Down for a Home Loan

The home loan process is one of the most involved and complicated processes out there. And it’s no surprise: Buying a home is a major financial commitment, and a lender puts up the money and takes on the risk. Continue Reading

6 Mortgage Facts
Thursday, May 16th, 2019 | By Julie Rains

6 Key Facts You Should Know About Your Mortgage

When you are buying a home and getting a mortgage for the first time, the entire process can be overwhelming. And your checklist for must-haves and must-dos is often very long. Continue Reading

Costs of Homeownership
Monday, February 11th, 2019 | By Miranda Marquit

Costs of Homeownership: More Than Your Mortgage

When trying to decide if you can afford to buy a home, it’s common to focus on the mortgage and interest. However, the costs of homeownership are often greater than you think. Many first-time homebuyers who carefully consider what they can afford are surprised when they begin adding up what they’re really paying for their homes. Continue Reading

Homeowners Insurance Policy
Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 | By Miranda Marquit

5 Items that Might Not Be Covered in Your Homeowners Policy

Insurance is designed to help us protect our assets. One of the biggest assets you are likely to ever have is your home. Buying homeowners insurance is a must. What happens if your home is damaged? Chances are that you couldn’t pay for repairs out of your pocket. Insurance covers those costs, as long as you have paid your premiums. Continue Reading

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