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10 Steps You Should Take to Find and Buy VA Approved Condos

Are you a veteran looking to purchase a new home? If so, you are likely eligible for loans from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to pay for your mortgage. These loans are used to pay for either townhouses or condominiums. Did you know loans from the VA offer 100% financing and don’t require […]

Hurricane Victims, Disaster Mortgage Relief with 0% Down Payment Options Available

  Path to Rebuilding Your Home 0% Down Payment Home Loan Program for Disaster Victims FICO Scores as Low as 580. Missed or late payments resulting from the disaster may be disregarded if you were not more than three months behind at the time of the disaster Income and Employment may be verified with current […]

Home Buyer Increase Due to Disappearing Bankruptcies

How Boomerang Buyers Will Soon Flood the Market Average credit score nationwide is 700 as of April 2017 About 6 million people, over the next 5 years, can buy a house again – due to disappearing bankruptcies Housing market inventory will remain tight for years to come What is a Boomerang Buyer? A Boomerang Buyer […]
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What is a Home Lien?

Why You Should Refinance Your Existing Mortgage Leading up to the financial crisis, it was common for people to take out second liens. It’s 10 years later and those who took a second lien are now reaching the end of the interest-only payment period. If you took a lien on your home or are considering […]
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The 10 Most Affordable Places to Live in Oregon

With endless vineyards, outdoor activities galore, and unique culture, who wouldn’t want to call Oregon home? If you are looking to make the move, but have a strict budget in mind, take a look at the beautiful state’s most affordable cities. Apply Today Springfield Number one for affordability, this city is also highly ranked when […]
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Why You Should Care When The FED Raises Interest Rates?

On Wednesday, June 14, 2017 the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised interest rates. As FOMC previously announced that they’d make quarterly raises during 2017, this came as no surprise. The stock market barely showed a change after the decision was announced, “while the yield on the 10-year Treasury fell to 2.11%.” So what […]