1. 8 Tips For Refinancing As Mortgage Interest Rates Rise

    So you want to refinance, but mortgage interest rates are rising. Don’t worry — you haven’t missed the boat on your refi opportunity. Mortgage rates are still historically low, and they aren’t expected to exceed 5% in 2017, according to many economists and mortgage analysts. 1. Make your mov…Read More

  2. Breaking: Fed minutes show rate hike coming soon

    Federal Reserve officials expressed confidence they can raise interest rates gradually, while a hike “fairly soon” might be appropriate to avoid the risk of an overheated economy, minutes of Federal Open Market Committee’s latest meeting showed. “Many participants expressed the view that it …Read More

  3. Where’s the best place to get a mortgage?

    Borrowers in the Sunshine State are in some of the best positions when it comes to getting a mortgage, according to a new study. Six of the top 10 best counties to get a mortgage are located in Florida, according to a study by financial information firm SmartAsset. Two more are on the opposite coast…Read More

  4. The Home Buying Process For Veterans

    Factors to Consider When Buying a Home What is the VA Home Loan Benefit? Why Use Your Benefit? Home Ownership Costs Steps to Use the Benefit Continue Reading US Department OF Veteran Affairs…Read More

  5. Breaking News: FHA Lowers Annual Mortgage Insurance Premiums

    In a move that will make home loans more affordable, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) announced today that it will reduce the annual premiums most of its borrowers pay on mortgage insurance premiums by 0.25 percentage points from 0.85% to 0.60%. The agency said that the new lower premium rat…Read More

  6. More single women are buying homes, says new report

    The relationship status of homebuyers is shifting. In 1985, 81 percent of homebuyers were married couples. Today, that figure is closer to 66 percent, even though the number of unmarried couples buying homes has only barely grown. What accounts for the change? All the single ladies. Some 17 percent …Read More

  7. Whether You Rent or Buy: Either Way You’re Paying a Mortgage

    There are some renters who have not yet purchased a home because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. Everyone should realize that, unless you are living with your parents rent free, you are paying a mortgage - either yours or your landlord’s. As an owner, your mortgage p…Read More