Category: refinance

What Does The Fed's Rate Hike Mean For Mortgages?

They did it again!
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Becoming a Homeonwer in 2022 just became easier!

Since the pandemic, the meaning of home has certainly changed for many Americans.
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What does a good Inflation Fight Mean for Markets and Rates?

Rates could be moving up!
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Tap Into Your Home equity with a cash-out Refinance

The holiday season is officially here. Why not tap into your home equity with a Cash-Out Refinance? A Cash-Out Refinance can be a good way to pay for those home improvements you’ve been longing to get done.
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How Will the Rate News Affect Your Mortgage?

Here’s how the rate news could affect your mortgage If you follow the financial news, you know that the Fed recently had one of their scheduled meetings to discuss and comment on policy.
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Adverse Market Fee Removed On Refinance Transactions

Regulators Move to Make Refinancing a Reality for More Homeowners Some homeowners have delayed refinancing their homes because of an "Adverse Market Fee" imposed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac at the end of 2020.
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New Refinance Opportunities for Low-Income Borrowers

It has been an incredible year for refinances. And to make things even better, this summer, new programs are coming to help certain lower-income borrowers reduce their monthly mortgage payments. Extra benefits will make the process easier and more affordable, opening refinance options to homeowners...
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How To Prepare For Mortgage Forbearance Ending

Mortgage forbearance provided a lifeline for many homeowners during the COVID-19 pandemic. In February 2021, according to an article on Forbes.com, 2.7 million homeowners were enrolled in forbearance plans.
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Mortgage News Announcement | Beat the Rush on a Refi

In mid-August, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac imposed an “adverse market conditions”  fee on conventional refinance transactions equal to one-half of one percent of the loan amount causing an industry uproar and spike in rates.
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