For some of us, the end of 2013 just signals the beginning of 2014. However, the end of this year is different. FHA loan amounts are set to expire, meaning beginning in 2014, loan limits will readjust to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac conforming limits. Read ahead to find out what this could mean for you.
Read to learn more about low down payment mortgage options to buy a home.
The mortgage market is one area that potentially stands to lose heavily if the shutdown continues, but it’s been holding its own so far. Rates have actually dipped a bit because stocks have been so volatile that investors are looking to the safer MBS market.
If you’d like to buy a home with less than 5% down, you have a few options.Find out what kind of loans you can get with a low or no down payment!
Jumbo things are normally great, like jumbo shrimp or jumbo jets. Does the same apply to a jumbo loan? Read this week’s Know Your Mortgage to see what the “Jumbo” implies for your home loan.
I’m usually not a fan of rushing into big decisions. But under the circumstances, I’d say hurry up! The Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) fast-approaching changes on mortgage insurance will surely result in a heftier price tag for new home buyers and refinancers come June 3.
30 and 15-year conventional mortgage rates have fallen to the lowest levels Quicken Loans has ever seen. Read on to see why you should take advantage of these rates today.
This week we dive headfirst into the world of FHA loans. What are they? Do I qualify? Am I asking too many questions? This and more answered inside.
Is there anything you can or should do to prepare for the FHA appraisal and try to raise the value of your home? Yep, here are some things you can do.
Mortgage rates are still near historic lows and many great programs for mortgages are available only for a very limited time. What does that mean for you? Now just might be your last chance to take advantage of the best mortgage market in decades.