Monthly Archives: January 2017

Procrastinating about a refinance? Right now could be the last call…

Have you been thinking about refinancing your mortgage, but putting it off because you thought your home’s value might be too low or you thought you probably wouldn’t qualify for a new loan? Maybe you’ve just been procrastinating, thinking rates … Continue reading

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Natural Home Disaster! Now what!

If your house is destroyed by fire, wind, water, or some kind of disaster, do you still have to pay your mortgage? Yes, of course. The possibility of such loss is the reason why banks insist that you carry insurance. … Continue reading

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Reasons to Consider a Home Equity Loan

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What’s the difference between the loan programs available today?

The differences between loan programs are based on two things: the borrower’s down payment and qualifications, and the property. VA loans are zero down, but are only available to veterans or active duty military personnel and their families. Do note … Continue reading

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Loving your mortgage at tax time

Making a mortgage payment can’t be classified as fun, and filing your income taxes is something many of us dread. But if you’re making mortgage payments, filing those taxes might not be quite such a burden. Way back when the … Continue reading

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14 ways Americans spent too much money in 2016

Did you spend too much money in 2016? If so, you were not alone. Americans DO spend more than we need to, in ways both large and small. Here are 14 examples: Coffee. Once upon a time we brewed coffee … Continue reading

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