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Upside Down? You Can Refinance Up to 125% of Your Home's Value Even if you owe up to 125% more on your mortgage than your home is worth, you may be able to refinance. For example, if your home is worth $200,000 but you owe more than that, qualifying homeowners can now refinance up to $250,000.Ac...
How Purchase Loans Are Made A Step-By-Step Walkthrough 1.   Pre-approval - Get pre-approved for a mortgage and know in advance exactly how much house you can afford. Completing this step will also increase your negotiating power since you'll be viewed as a "cash buyer".   2.   Loan Search - Put ...
What's In Your Wallet? In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number of credit card issuers and - perhaps more confusingly - in the types of rewards being offered by those credit cards. So now, you not only need to consider the rate and terms of your credit card, but also what rewar...
  How Much Money Should You Borrow?   While it might be tempting to borrow whatever amount of money your lender is willing to give you, it's important to think carefully about how much you'll actually need to borrow in order to purchase a new home. From the down payment to taxes to insurance and...
The Mortgage Market AdvisoryTMThe Week of November 9, 2009 Provided by Karl Peidl             Last Week: Mortgage pricing continued to improve slightly again last week for the third week in a row. MBS and Treasuries were both improved last week with the 10-year TSY closing at 3.42%. The economic...
Mortgage Rate Update Don't Wait for a Tax Return - Get That Money Now for Holiday Shopping This time of year, millions of Americans find themselves wondering how they're going to pay for everything on their holiday shopping lists. Wouldn't it be nice if you had your tax return money now so you c...
First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Extended Into 2010! Plus...A New Tax Credit for Certain Existing Home Owners! It's official. President Obama has signed a bill that extends the tax credit for first-time homebuyers (FTHBs) into the first half of 2010. This program had been scheduled to expire on N...
Are You In for a Trick or Treat?Learn What Remains for Those Seeking a Home or Loan   The last weekend in October you were likely treated to a host of Halloween characters, all in search of treats, not tricks. People searching for a new home or a mortgage, whether they donned a costume or not, ma...

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