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Short Sale vs. Foreclosure: What’s the Credit Score Impact?

Short Sale vs. Foreclosure: What’s the Credit Score Impact?
May 30, 2012 3 Comments »

Mortgage match-up: “Foreclosure vs. short sale on your credit report.” It’s been a while since I’ve come up with a mortgage match-up, but there’s been a lot of fuss about short sales and credit scores lately, so I wanted to ... Read More »

FHA vs. Conventional Loan: The Pros and Cons

FHA vs. Conventional Loan: The Pros and Cons
February 22, 2012 99 Comments »

Another edition of mortgage match-ups: “FHA vs. conventional loan.” Our latest bout pits FHA loans against conventional loans, both of which are popular home loan options for home buyers these days. In recent years, FHA loans surged in popularity, largely ... Read More »

10-Year Mortgages vs. the 30-Year Fixed: Which Is Better?

10-Year Mortgages vs. the 30-Year Fixed: Which Is Better?
September 20, 2011 8 Comments »

It’s time for another mortgage match-up folks. Today, we’ll look at 10-year mortgages versus the 30-year fixed mortgage to see how these home loans stack up against one another. Before we get started, it’s important to note that there are ... Read More »

7/1 ARM vs. 30-Year Fixed Mortgage: Pros and Cons

7/1 ARM vs. 30-Year Fixed Mortgage: Pros and Cons
June 6, 2011 No Comments »

When shopping for a mortgage, it’s very important to pick a suitable loan product for your unique situation. Today, we’ll compare two popular loan programs, the “30-year fixed mortgage vs. the 7-year ARM.” We all know about the traditional 30-year ... Read More »

Fixed-Rate Mortgages vs. ARMs: Which to Choose?

Fixed-Rate Mortgages vs. ARMs: Which to Choose?
May 10, 2011 2 Comments »

Mongoose vs. Cobra. Coyote vs. Roadrunner. Pirate vs. Ninja?  And finally, “fixed-rate mortgage vs. adjustable-rate mortgage.”  Yes, we’re talking about the greatest rivalries of all time. So what’s better, the boring old fixed-rate mortgage or the more provocative adjustable-rate mortgage ... Read More »