If you’re thinking about buying a home but you have outstanding student loan debt, you’re far from alone – you’re riding in the same boat with 37 million Americans. Quicken Loans Operations Director Lindsay Villasenor said about half of the applicants she sees have some sort of student loan debt on their credit report. If you have student loan debt, it doesn’t mean a mortgage is out of reach.
At Quicken Loans, we’ve made it our mission to help Americans get a mortgage to buy or refinance a home.
A lot of companies promise it, but few actually can deliver. At Quicken Loans, we’ve made it our mission to help Americans get a mortgage to buy or refinance a home. But we go beyond that. We make it as easy and simple as possible for people to get through the mortgage process and get back to the things that are important to them.
When major life events change the facts of your life, they can also change your tax situation. With tax season under way, it makes sense to consider how certain events will impact your situation. The Motley Fool has a list of life events that can impact your taxes. One of those things is buying a home with a mortgage.
Becoming the most informed home owner should be at the top of your priority list! Quicken Loans is out to help you do just that with our new billing statement. So much to see! So much to learn!
Saving money on your mortgage. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? Everyone would like to either lower their payment, pay off their home sooner, or maybe even take cash out of their home. Well, Quicken Loans just made that even easier by offering the Official Mortgage Review. With a simple phone call, you can challenge your mortgage and find out how much we can save you.
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.
Friday closed with a major sell-off caused by better than expected employment numbers. So what does that mean for the week ahead?
Once you’ve applied for a mortgage, don’t do anything that may impact your credit score.
We’re long past the basics in Know Your Mortgage. Today, we move on to advanced topics. What’s on the agenda? Subordination.