Tag Archives: mortgage

Rhonda Asks… Can you help me understand the alphabet soup of lending?

Rhonda asks can you help me understand the alphabet soup of lending? Continue reading

Kelly Asks… What can I do to making my loan closing go smoothly?

Kelly asks what can I do to making my loan closing go smoothly? Continue reading

Michelle Asks… Are there any obstacles I need to be aware of as a single buyer?

Michelle asks are there any obstacles I need to be aware of as a single buyer? Continue reading

Mary and Ed Ask… Should we help our daughter buy a home?

Mary and Ed ask should we help our son buy a home? Continue reading

Marty Asks… I’ve owned a rental property for about 5 years – I’m wondering if in this market – it is a good idea to refinance. Any advice?

The costs you will incur during a refinance of your rental property will more than likely be covered within the first two years at your new rate. Let’s say on the refinance of your rental property you are able to … Continue reading

Susan Asks… I used my VA loan eligibility a few years ago on my former home ~ now I am looking for another home, can I use it again?

YES you can – it’s great news for Veterans. You can use your entitlement as many times as you wish – from your first home to your last. However, you can only have one VA loan at a time and … Continue reading

Victor Asks…. How will the current government debt plan decisions affect mortgages and rates?

The details of the plan have not been worked out at the time of this writing but it is safe to say we WILL be affected! In the best case scenario, the plan will allow for simplifying the tax code … Continue reading

Ben Asks… I’ve heard it best to save a large down payment before I buy a house. Is that good advice?

  Yes, it is. However you don’t have to have a large down payment currently to buy a house. It just makes it more advantageous if you do. There are many benefits to having a large down payment. You will … Continue reading