The latest video in our Zing Education Series is on a topic that affects many of our clients who are going through the refinance process: subordination. Learn about subordination, and how it can affect refinancing your mortgage.
Mortgage escrow is something that many of our clients have questions about. So we created a video to explain it. Enjoy!
The real estate, or mortgage, appraisal is a very important part of the mortgage process. An appraisal is an estimate of the true market value of a property, and it sets the amount that may be mortgaged for a property. Find out more about appraisals in our new video, part of the Zing educational video series.
Mortgage broker and loan officer are just two of the terms for individuals who work in the mortgage industry. The difference between them is basically how they’re paid.
Great news for those of you who are buying a home or refinancing and need private mortgage insurance (PMI). Quicken Loans announces PMI Advantage, a new and exclusive program that can save you thousands in mortgage insurance payments compared to traditional PMI.
There’s no doubt that being your own boss can be awesome. The less-than-awesome part? Self-employment makes the mortgage process more complicated for you than for those who work 9-to-5 jobs. Here are some tips to help you through the process.
The Good Faith Estimate, or GFE, is a very important early step in the home buying or mortgage refinancing process. Understanding them will make you a more informed and educated home buyer or refinancer. That’s why we created this video. Please watch it. You’ll be happy you did.
Ever wondered why the 30-year fixed has been America’s most popular mortgage for decades? Our new video will tell you why.
Fannie Mae is slated to end its HomePath mortgage offering on October 6, 2014. Read on to see what this means to home buyers.
During the underwriting process, your mortgage company will be examining your finances quite closely to ensure you’re a solid loan candidate. Because of this, it’s important that nothing you do makes your mortgage company question your ability to pay them back. To show them you’re nothing short of their dream loan candidate, here’s a list of things you should avoid doing during the underwriting process.