We’re long past the basics in Know Your Mortgage. Today, we move on to advanced topics. What’s on the agenda? Subordination.
We’re getting more comfortable with home loans as the weeks progress, but i’m about to throw in a variable: Veterans are eligible for great perks and discounts on their mortgages. They’re called VA loans, and they are simplified as much as possible in this week’s Know Your Mortgage: VA loans.
We’ve always had awesome websites here at Quicken Loans. They are about to get even better with the release of the MyQL website.
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This week, mortgage rates have started their slow and steady climb and according to all reports, they show no sign of stopping.
If you’re in the process of looking for a home, you’ve probably looked into foreclosed or bank-owned homes. If that’s the case, then you’ve probably come across HomePath. Here is an introduction into what a HomePath home is and the financial opportunities that come along with it.
Last week, we saw mortgage rates stop and take a breather on their climb up Rate Mountain. Well, this week, they stocked up on supplies, got their gear and rallied because, friends, those rates are climbing. In fact, the 30-year fixed is the highest it’s been since September, 2012.
What if I told you that adding some extra cash to each monthly payment could potentially shave months off of your term and save you thousands in interest a month? What if I told you that you could see just exactly how much you could save over the life of your loan with one simple calculator?
According to the Primary Mortgage Market Survey report released this week, rates are starting to rise. By no means have you missed your opportunity to take advantage of low rates – they’re still pretty darn near to record lows – but the trend might be on the upswing, and I would be woefully remiss if I didn’t try to encourage you to get in while the gettin is good.
Following three straight weeks of declines, mortgage applications rose 11.7% for the week ending January 4.