Not everything in the mortgage world is as intimidating as it seems. Sometimes, complicated issues have a lot of variables that just need to be clarified. That’s exactly what we do in this week’s Know Your Mortgage with Net Escrow.
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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.
We’ve always had awesome websites here at Quicken Loans. They are about to get even better with the release of the MyQL website.
Looking for a few good ways to make 2013 the year you take control of debt and get that savings account fattened up? How about 13 ways?
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?
So you wanna refinance or lock in to a new mortgage rate, eh? You may not realize this right now, but mortgage rates are in unchartered territories – in a good way. You also probably didn’t know about all of the great options out there, so take a gander and see if any of these might be right for you.
Today, as current Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke ponders a third session of quantitative easing, mortgage rates have become the benefactor making 2012 a great year to refinance into a home loan with a better interest rate. Read on for more details.
Ben Bernanke ate the fruits of his labor last year. Well, kind of at least. A better way of saying it is that he snacked on a meal that he helped create.
With mortgage rates being at or near all-time lows in recent months, you would think that everybody with a rate north of 4.00% would jump at the opportunity to refinance to a lower rate, right? Wrong. There is still an estimated 14 million eligible homeowners who could take advantage or refinancing to improve their financial situation.
Did you know that mortgage rates have hit all-time lows? Did you know that if you plug “mortgage rates” into Google New, you will find nothing but headlines talking about how mortgage rates are lower than they have ever been? I knew about it, but I wanted to get some expert advice on the topic at hand.