Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot about a “housing correction,” which at first glance looks and sounds kind of bad. Not as bad as say… Read More »What Is a Housing Correction? And Are We In One Now?
Because mortgage rates have more than doubled lately, interest in adjustable-rate mortgages has taken off. The popular 30-year fixed, which was priced as low as… Read More »An Easy Way to Save Even More Money with an Adjustable Rate Mortgage
It’s time for another mortgage match-up, the latest installment “mortgage rates vs. recessions.” This is a timely post seeing that mortgage rates have gone absolutely… Read More »Mortgage Rates vs. Recessions: Do They Go Up or Down During Hard Times?
With a name like “First Home Mortgage,” you would expect a serious commitment to home buyers. And that’s exactly what the company offers, with superior… Read More »First Home Mortgage Review: A Maryland Mortgage Lender with a Strong Focus on Home Buyers
George Mason Mortgage Review: A Virginia Mortgage Lender with In-House Processing and Underwriting at Local Branches
Today we’ll take a good look at “George Mason Mortgage,” a leading mortgage lender in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. What’s unique about… Read More »George Mason Mortgage Review: A Virginia Mortgage Lender with In-House Processing and Underwriting at Local Branches
If you want a more personal home loan experience, take a look at AnnieMac Home Mortgage. The New Jersey-based lender believes the complex mortgage process… Read More »AnnieMac Mortgage Review: A New Jersey Mortgage Lender Big on Human Touch
Just about everyone with a home loan ponders the idea of paying a little extra, whether it’s via biweekly mortgage payments, or just once a… Read More »Paying Extra Today Won’t Lower Your Future Monthly Mortgage Payments
I thought it would be helpful to create a post that answers a lot of top “mortgage questions” that prospective and existing homeowners tend to… Read More »21 Mortgage Questions You Should Know the Answer To
While prospective home buyers continue to grapple with high mortgage rates and limited supply, existing owners are getting richer. A new report from Black Knight… Read More »The Average Homeowner Now Has $207,000 in Tappable Equity: The Question Is How Do You Tap It?
Yes, adjustable-rate mortgages are still available, even though your lender may have hidden them from you for the past few years. Ultimately, ARMs just didn’t… Read More »Can You Still Get an Adjustable Rate Mortgage?