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Choosing the Best Type of Refinance Loan

Choosing the Best Type of Refinance Loan

If you are ready to refinance your current loan, there are actually several types to choose from. The right one for you will depend on your purpose for getting a new loan and your eligibility for specialty programs. Here are the most common types and how

Jan 10, 2023 | Refinancing a Home

How To Avoid Being House Poor

How To Avoid Being House Poor

Since buying a home is one of the biggest financial investments most people ever make, if you're are not careful, you can get in over your head. This can result in a status of being “house poor,” or spending way more on housing costs than you can afford.

Dec 20, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

How Soon After Buying Can I Refinance the Mortgage of My Second Home?

How Soon After Buying Can I Refinance the Mortgage of My Second Home?

Maybe you bought a second home during the pandemic as a way to escape during lockdowns. Maybe you bought one to rent out part-time for extra income in today’s uncertain economy. And with home prices growing so quickly, you may be wondering if you can refi

Jul 12, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

Combat Rising Inflation on Your Debt with a Refinance Loan

Combat Rising Inflation on Your Debt with a Refinance Loan

Over the last year, inflation has been rising at a historic rate, with prices jumping on everything from gas to groceries to building supplies. Credit card rates have also climbed since the beginning of the pandemic as has total credit card debt, as many

Jun 14, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

What is a Drive-By Appraisal?

What is a Drive-By Appraisal?

When buying your home, one of the important steps in the mortgage financing process is having an appraisal done. Having an appraiser determine the value of the property is essential to determining how much your lender is willing to lend you for the purcha

May 17, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

Home Equity Vs. Cash-Out Refinance Loans

Home Equity Vs. Cash-Out Refinance Loans

If you need a chunk of change for a home improvement project, paying for your student’s college tuition, consolidating your own debt, or even paying for medical bills, you may be able to pull that money out of your house. This can be done either through a

May 10, 2022 | Refinancing a Home

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