Tag: Escrow

2021 July 26

9 Factors Affecting Interest Rates on Mortgages

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Let’s tackle the crucial factor in the home buying process – money! Mortgages and interest rates are the big buzzwords when discussing your options and potential costs. But what exactly does that mean?  A mortgage is any type of loan that is used to purchase or refinance a house. When you have a mortgage, interest

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2021 July 15

How Increasing Mortgage Credit Availability Is Helping First-Time Buyers

How increasing mortgage credit availability is helping first-time buyers

It’s pretty common knowledge that a lot goes into buying a new home – mentally, emotionally, physically, and financially. For most people, it is one of the most important steps they will take in their adult life.  In 2020, our nation’s economy took a staggering blow due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Slowly but steadily, we

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2021 June 28

7 Tips For Getting Through Your Escrow

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Escrow exists as a neutral entity that helps parties finalize a housing purchase. Think of it like a storage unit that doubles as a safety net. The escrow keeps all documents and funds in custody until the home is sold safely and legally. Both the buyer and seller are involved in escrow, but the one

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2021 June 22

Breaking Down the 4 Types of Mortgages: A Complete Guide

Breaking Down the 4 Types of Mortgages A Complete Guide

It can be intimidating to buy a new home, especially if it is your first time. There is a lot of information to learn. Plus, it’s a huge investment that you don’t want to mess up.  Did you know there are several different types of mortgages? You’ll want to start to review the types of

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2021 June 11

How Soon Can You Close On A House?

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When it comes to consumerism, especially American consumerism, we want to instantly receive the things that we buy or see that we want. This is called instant gratification, and it also applies to the anticipation and excitement of buying a home!  More often than not, both the buyer and seller want to close as soon

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