The economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic been global. Seniors who are homeowners have another alternative to access to cash for living expenses: the reverse mortgage.
Preparing to buy a home in the upcoming months? Once your credit score is solid and you’ve set aside a down payment, it’s time to start gathering documents for your lender.
Credit and homeownership can often be saved if the homeowner takes quick action. At the first sign of not being able to make the monthly mortgage payment, the homeowner should promptly contact a real estate attorney, a Realtor®, and their mortgage lender to review these options
Understanding all of the options available to you will help you make your decision relative to taking a forbearance. Using forbearance for mortgage relief is serious business and can be a difficult decision.
Although the situation is in flux and will likely evolve, here’s what we currently know about how coronavirus responses are affecting mortgage rates.
Interested in discovering what these changes may mean for you if you’re planning to buy a home? Here’s what you need to know about the Fed’s recent action.
It does seem puzzling that the direction of mortgage rates in the U.S. might be tied to something as seemingly unrelated as the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.
The odds that mortgage interest rates might go down because of the coronavirus crisis are pretty high. Yet rates are already at an historic low, so how low can they go?
Buying a Colorado dream home isn’t just for millionaires, with some careful planning a dream home purchase can be achieved in a few key steps.
Prices of homes have been steadily increasing in Boulder County for years. One option for first-time home buyers is to look for a co-signer.
Interest rates have fallen again, making 2020 an excellent year to consider purchasing a home or refinancing your mortgage.
Rates this low don’t tend to stick around too long, so if you are considering refinancing, you should check into it quickly
The deadly coronavirus outbreak in China that has spread to other countries is starting to have an impact on mortgage rates, with U.S. Treasuries falling to their lowest levels since October.
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’re ready to upgrade, the tips we share here will help you prepare for landing a nest you love.
FHA loans were created to help first-time homebuyers since the down payment for these mortgages can be as low as 3.5 percent.
It’s that time of year again: tax season! If you’re a homeowner or planning to become one, it’s helpful to be aware of form 1098 and understand its potential benefits.
Identity theft poses a serious threat to your credit and homeownership prospects. Read on to learn more about how to protect your identity and what to do if you notice fraudulent activity.
A good number of people make annual New Year’s resolutions. Why not add a real estate resolution or two to your list this year?
Before you refinance into a 15-year mortgage, shop around and compare current refinance mortgage rates from different lenders.
If you are in the beginning steps of purchasing a home, it can be a good idea to understand your credit score and how you may be able to improve it.
The higher your credit score, the more likely you are to qualify for a mortgage loan and potentially get better terms and lower interest rates, which can result in significant savings over time.
Improving your credit score can be an important step in the homebuying process. Not sure where to begin? Knowing the various weights given to each component of the commonly used FICO® Score will help you identify any areas that may require improvement.
Don’t let these historically low interest rates pass you by –there’s still time to prepare for purchasing a home in 2020!
Credit and homeownership can often be rescued if the homeowner takes quick action.