How To Remove Mortgage Insurance From Your Home Loan
You don't need to put a minimum of 20% down on a new home. That's the upside. The downside is that you'll need to pay mortgage insurance if your down payment is less than 20%. Read this post to learn the factors that determine if and when you can get rid of your mortgage insurance.
5 Best Renovations to Increase Your Home's Value (Plus 3 Worst)
Renovations make your home more enjoyable. Plus, if you do them right, they may even increase your home's value. This comes in handy if you plan on selling your home in the future. But watch out! While some remodeling projects add value to your home, others do little to increase it and may even...
Why Interest Rates are Rising and What is Means for You
Interest rates started to inch up last month after nearly seven months of sub-3%. Even with the recent increase, rates are still historically low, averaging at under 3.25%. Now is still the ideal time for both buyers and sellers to act.
Why are rates rising now?
The primary factor...
Mortgage Q&A | What You Need to Know in Today's Fast-Paced Market
In today's fast-paced real estate market, here are the answers to the questions most asked by our clients:
Question: What to expect from interest rates?
Answer: With the strength of the economy and the sharp decrease in new Covid 19 cases, there will be pressure on...
What Do Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac Actually Do?
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are government-backed mortgage companies (or government-sponsored enterprise), and their job is to give the mortgage market stability and affordability. But how exactly do they do that, and why does it matter to you as a homebuyer?
In this article,...