7 Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid in 2017
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7 Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid in 2017

  2016 brought the 6th set of mortgage rule changes since 2008 and while there is plenty of speculation on how the real estate market will be affected by them, I believe they were implemented with minimal immediate impact. For the majority of borrowers, financing a home is a process you will go through a … Continue reading

How to successfully sell & buy a home at the same time
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How to successfully sell & buy a home at the same time

Tips for smoothly navigating two home transactions simultaneously You own a home now, but it’s time to make a change. If you’re moving up or downsizing, you probably have questions about how it all works. That is, the logistics of buying another home while you still own your existing property. Here are 10 facts you need … Continue reading

6 Mortgage Products You Haven’t Heard Of
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6 Mortgage Products You Haven’t Heard Of

If you’re like most borrowers, you won’t be shopping for a mortgage very often. This means you may not know all about the specialty mortgage products that are currently available in the mortgage market. I’ve provided a brief overview of a few of the less common mortgage financing options below that I have recently encountered. … Continue reading

8 Mortgage Myths Busted
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8 Mortgage Myths Busted

Mortgages are not a subject we learn about in high school, although I wish they were. Credit, interest rates and qualifying for a mortgage are all things that will greatly affect your lifestyle going forward. Most learn about them only when they are ready to buy a home, through friends, family, or the Internet. My concern … Continue reading