Want to know today’s interest rates? Find out about mortgage rates and the factors that are involved when determining mortgage rates.
If you’re looking for a loan application with the convenience of not having to go to the bank, read this Figure home equity review.
In this Unison review you’ll discover how you can uniquely use the equity in your house. Explore some factors in deciding if it’s for you.
In this Credible mortgage review, you’ll learn about this unique marketplace where you can discover your options for mortgage refinancing.
We break down our picks for the best places to refinance your mortgage – both to cash out and find lower rates in 2019.
Do you have student loan debt and are trying to get a mortgage? Learn how to get an FHA mortgage loan and the factors involved.
Looking to refinance a mortgage with student loan debt? It can be a daunting task, but here’s what you need to consider to simplify the process.
Have equity in your home? You may be able to sell shares of that equity. Check out this Point review to learn more about how it works, why it’s better than a HELOC, and use cases where it makes a lot of sense.
Buying a home or looking to refinance? This Lenda online mortgage lender review explains how you can save money + time with Lenda.
When shopping for a mortgage, time is essential. You want to get the best rate and loan program possible, but you’re also under a deadline to remove your loan contingencies and get your financing in order.Quicken Loans might be the most well known online mortgage lender. You see their commercial on TV, and their advertising […]
SoFi Mortgage is an online lender that has an excellent pre-qualification process, but everything else is very traditional. Combine that with minimal loan choices, higher rates, and poor customer service, and this isn’t a lender I would recommend.
Looking into getting a mortgage? Here are the top 7 online mortgage lenders you should consider financing your new home with.
It’s the dream of a lot of college graduates – get a good job and save to buy a home. But a lot of college graduates also have student loan debt, and this debt could prevent them from buying a house. That makes it tough to qualify for buying a house. While a student loan, […]
Last year, I helped answer a reader’s question about applying for a mortgage while on Income Based Repayment. However, over the last several months, I’ve been getting bombarded with questions about how student loan debt impacts your ability to get a mortgage. Maybe it’s because the housing market is improving, or maybe it’s because people […]
Welcome to another reader question! This question comes from John, who is trying to get a mortgage while being on an income based repayment (IBR) plan for his student loan debt. Here is John’s story and the question: I have about $80,000 in student loan debt and am currently on the Income-Based Repayment Plan (IBR […]
With interest rates so low, and going lower by the day, many people are thinking about refinancing their homes. One ploy that mortgage companies use to incentivize refinancing is the “No Cost” Refinance. Most people know that getting a mortgage involves costs: fees, escrow, appraisal, etc. When calculating your return on refinancing, most people look […]
You might have heard people asking, “Should I refinance my home now?” You might wonder if you should actually think about the same thing yourself. With interest rates still being at near historic lows, and home prices back near all time highs, it can make a lot of sense for some people to refinance their […]