The 5 best first-time home buyer loans in 2020

The best first-time home buyers loans allow low down payments and make it easy to qualify. Read about the 5 best first-time home buyer programs here.

Spring homebuying: These are the easiest markets to buy a home in

Want to buy a home? According to new data, the Sunshine State is home to three of the easiest homebuying markets in the country. 

Mortgage rates today, February 24, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

CrossCountry Mortgage Lender Review for 2020

Review of CrossCountry Mortgage showing how the company compares to other top lenders. Includes mortgage rates, service, complaints, operations and products offered.

Home improvement loans: 6 types and which is best for you

Home improvement or renovation loans can save you money and get you exactly what you want. Here are the top ways you can finance your upgrades.

Will mortgage rates go down in March 2020? Forecast and trends

Mortgage rates are holding low and everyone is predicting low rates through 2020. But what will interest rates do next? Advice, predictions, and your next steps.

Mortgage rates today, February 21, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

Mortgage rates today, February 20, 2020, plus lock recommendations

Mortgage rates today are driven by movements in financial markets worldwide. When the economy heats up, bond price drop, and rates increase. When the economy pulls back, interest rates tend to fall.

HIRO Mortgage Program 2020: High LTV Refinance Option (HIRO) guidelines, rates, and eligibility

The high LTV refinance option (HIRO) lets homeowners refinance into today’s low rates even if they little or no home equity. No appraisal is required, and borrower documentation has been reduced.