Tag: Mortgage

Posted on 05/27/2024
Your guide to selling a mortgaged house
Selling a mortgaged house is a common real estate...
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Posted on 04/08/2024
What is the mortgage: Understanding mortgage basics
For many, the concept of buying property seems completely...
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Posted on 12/18/2023
Understanding the term of a mortgage
A major aspect of financing a home is choosing the “term”...
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Posted on 06/12/2023
30-Year mortgages: A brief guide
 Most homebuyers, even those just starting their...
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Posted on 08/02/2021
Your Loan: The First Step to Buying a New Home
Photo by Nattanan Kanchanaprat via Pixabay If you’re in the market to purchase a home, it can be a confusing process. Interest rates, types of loans and what may apply to you can all sound like a foreign language. It’s always best to have some background knowledge before going to see a mortgage broker to make sure you’re...
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Posted on 12/14/2020
Is A Seller-Financed Mortgage Right For You?
Photo by Charles Thompson via Pixabay A vast majority of homebuying transactions rely on the buyer qualifying for a mortgage through a bank. After all, most people don't have enough cash lying around to buy a home outright. Nowadays, you have more options with different types of lenders and alternative financing companies where you can seek pre-approval online....
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Posted on 08/24/2020
Types of Mortgages for Home Buyers
Photo by TheDigitalWay via Pixabay Looking to buy your first home? Unless you have a couple hundred thousand in the bank, a rich family member or a winning lottery ticket, you’re going to have to borrow money. TV ads suggest it’s as easy as clicking your phone, and in some cases it might be, but you should know...
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Posted on 02/02/2020
How to Pay off Your Mortgage Fast
Photo by ESB Professional via Shutterstock If the thought of getting a mortgage and being in that much debt is stopping you from buying a home, plan to pay it off. Here’s how you can do it in just five to 10 years. Live well below your means. If you can keep your mortgage payment to below twenty...
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