If you’re ready to purchase a new house or refinance the one you’re in, you won’t find a better time than now. The Fed is expected to raise short-term interest rates soon. Lock in while you can.
It’s a great year to refinance in 2015. We don’t just expect you to take the word of the mortgage company on that, so read on to find out why.
You go to the doctor for a checkup, right? Why not call us to give your mortgage a checkup, too? An annual mortgage review is a great way to keep your financial wellbeing in tip-top shape. And who knows? You might even find a way to save money on your monthly mortgage payment.
I’ve gotten three VA loans over the years since I was honorably discharged from the Army. I’ve learned a few things about the loan along the way. Here are some of them.
Is it still a good time to refinance your mortgage? Or is the refi boom over and done with? Here’s the truth about refinancing in today’s market.
At Quicken Loans, we’ve made it our mission to help Americans get a mortgage to buy or refinance a home.
If your bracket in the Quicken Loans Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge with Yahoo Sports is out of the running for the $100,000, look on the bright side: Spring is officially here and baseball season has begun. It’s also the perfect time to purchase a home.
Recent statistics note that nearly 2.7 million American homeowners could refinance with the Home Affordability Refinance Program, more popularly known as HARP, and save hundreds of dollars each month. However, some of you out there might still be a bit confused on what exactly HARP is and whether you qualify for it.
For some of us, math can be hard. Once variables get thrown into the mix it can seem chaotic. Most people aren’t aware that your mortgage (a large math equation in it’s own right) can be figured out using many different helpful calculators. Read more, as they’re the topic of this week’s Know Your Mortgage.
Many people seem to have strange, confused or downright false ideas about the Home Affordable Refinance Program, also known as HARP. It’s designed to help homeowners with negative equity, and it’s helped those who qualify. Read on to see what HARP-related myths are untrue, and how the program could potentially help you.