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For those who qualify, there is no better mortgage option which requires no money down, reduced fees and no monthly mortgage insurance.VA Funding Fee...  On...

We have to admit the mortgage industry has sort of made a mess as it relates to terminology. While every industry has its own...

When home buyers begin to think of buying a home, there are some major considerations to make. Certainly, the price range of the future property...

Closing costs associated with getting a mortgage is pretty much a given. There are closing costs from multiple parties beyond what your mortgage company...

You’ve read here before about the sometimes confusing language lenders use on a daily basis. When financing a property you’ll encounter these terms and...

For those who qualify for this outstanding loan program and want to buy and finance a home with as little cash as possible, there...

Mortgages today are fully amortized. No more of this “negative amortization” stuff or “payment option” loan programs where mortgage loans would actually increase over...

The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944 provided benefits to returning soldiers after WWII. Among these benefits was the VA home loan program and today...

When you first make an offer on a home and produce an earnest money deposit those funds are held by a third party and...

Seller financing historically hasn’t been very common. When a property owner wants or needs to sell a home, the sellers typically want to get...