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The mortgage world is full of industry-specific lingo. One commonly used acronym is LTV or Loan to Value. This term is often used in the home buying or refinancing process to describe the loan amount as a percentage of the purchase price or value of the property. For example, an $80,000 loan on a...
04/12/2016
  The condition of your home can make a huge difference when you’re putting your house on the market. While some projects are likely to break the bank, there are a number of strategic, budget-friendly upgrades you can easily make. Some may just be small changes, but they can make a huge differenc...
03/25/2016
  While you’re shopping for the home of your dreams, you may come to realize the process might take longer than expected. It’s important to know that getting a preapproval requires a “hard pull” on your credit, and too many hard pulls can impact your ability to score the best loan terms once you ...
03/18/2016
 Paying off your mortgage may seem like a daunting task, but did you know there are things you can do to help pay it off faster? Finding a way to make just one extra payment each year can shave off years of interest payments, putting dollars back in your pocket. In order to find the money to make...
02/24/2016
If you’re a first-time homebuyer buying a house can be overwhelming. Good news is that you have an agent by your side to guide you through the process. Review and make note of these items to avoid making unneeded mistakes! 1. Getting too emotionally attachedYou’re about to make the biggest purcha...
02/23/2016
With all the different home financing options available, it can be difficult to decide which loan type is right for you. You may qualify for something better than you originally thought! VA loansVeterans Affairs loans are for military service members and their families. To obtain a VA loan, you m...
02/23/2016
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