Posts covering Mortgage Strategy

11Apr2014

With Mortgage Rates Near 2-Month Low, The Cost Of Homeownership Drops Nationwide

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With mortgage rates dropping, the cost to own a home is down. No equity? No problem. Complete analysis plus today's live mortgage rates.

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01Apr2014

Pay Cash For A Home, Then Get Your Money Back Via Cash-Out Refinance

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Delayed Financing loan program from Fannie Mae allow cash buyers to extract home equity just one-day post-closing. Rules + mortgage rates.

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14Mar2014

14 Smart Ways To Preserve Your Mortgage Loan Approval

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Specific behaviors to avoid while your mortgage loan's in process. The loan you save may be your own. Updated for mortgages in 2014.

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12Mar2014

How Some U.S. Homeowners Get 2.80% Mortgage Rates With No Closing Costs Whatsoever

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The most savvy U.S. homeowners have stuck with their ARM, and stuck it to the banks. Read more about their strategy and compare today's live mortgage rates.

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04Mar2014

Banks Remove Hurdles To Your Mortgage Approval; What It Means, Plus Today’s Mortgage Rates

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Banks are getting softer on mortgage approvals -- both prime loans and HELOCs. Here's what it means to today's buyers and homeowners wanting to refinance to lower rates.

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