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If a Mortgage Lender Reaches Out to You, Reach Out to Other Lenders

A lot of homeowners are looking to refinance their mortgages at the moment. That’s abundantly clear based on the record volume of refis expected this year, per the MBA. And while mortgage rates are in record low territory, thus making the decision to refinance an easy one for most, it still pays to shop around. [&hellip

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It’s Taking a Really Long Time to Get a Mortgage Right Now

Similar to the increased waiting times to get a COVID-19 test these days, it’s taking an extended amount of time to get a mortgage to the finish line. The reason is simply unprecedented demand, just like those COVID-19 tests. The more people that need one, the longer the wait, period. This is the downside to [&hellip

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Does a Refinance Require an Appraisal?

Mortgage Q&A: “Does a refinance require an appraisal?” A reader recently asked if they needed an appraisal to refinance their existing mortgage, knowing they can often add weeks to the loan process. As with anything in the mortgage realm, the answer is it depends. Mainly, it depends on the type of loan you plan to [&hellip

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The CEO of a Tech-Enabled Loan Servicer Believes We Might Be on the Cusp of Another Foreclosure Crisis

The co-founder and CEO of a so-called “tech-enabled residential mortgage servicer” named Valon (formerly Peach Street) has warned we could be on the brink of another foreclosure crisis. While real estate is flying high at the moment, it’s appears that two very different stories are unfolding at the same exact time. On the one hand, [&hellip

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Why 2 Finance Experts Still Struggled To Buy This House

Think two seasoned financial planners would have an easy time buying a home? Tony and Barbara Matheson beg to differ.

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Why Your Credit Karma Score May Be Higher Than Your FICO Score

It’s a common misconception that there is one, singular credit score for each consumer: “Most people would seriously be stunned if they knew just how many credit scores there are.”

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How Long Will My Savings Last?

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If only we had access to a reliable crystal ball, how simple saving for retirement could be. Instead, the process can feel more like a Magic 8 Ball® inquiry, finding fresh and fleeting new answers to the familiar question “How long will my savings last?” Telling you to concentrate and ask again, that it is […]

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Equifax Data Breach: Settlement Options

In the fall of 2017, Equifax experienced a massive data breach. Approximately 147 million people were victims of this data breach. Recently a federal court has purposed a class action settlement. If you are part of this data breach, you are able to file a claim today. Was I Part of The Equifax Data Breach?… Read More

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Movement Mortgage taps new president to align operations and sales team

Promoted executive will help accelerate the firm’s growth and expansion Source: mpamag.com Read More

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